The Expert – The story of our life’s

The Expert – The story of our life’s

Today I came along an incredible cute and fun video posted by one of my dear colleagues @LOOP.

Taking our daily situations into account, the video pretty much shows how difficult it sometimes can be working with different people and departments.

It’s not that bad after all, else we definitely wouldn’t love working in a creative department, but it like the sarcastic approach the directors and producers walked by when getting this video shot!

Don’t let HIV outsmart you!

Don’t let HIV outsmart you!

We are only a couple of days away from world AIDS day and the last couple of weeks kept me busy working on this great video project for #someonelikeme, platform that wants young people to talk more open and honest about sex, love and relationships, as this is the only way to break borders.

So spread the message and protect yourself and the one you love and respect.

Good bad Mum!

Good bad Mum!

A few of you may have seen my article Sorry not sorry on the latest #shinestrong campaign from Pantene, which of I’m a much bigger fan since today! After seeing this commercial about how lables can change an women’s image and appearance, I got flashed by reality, because the message, that labels define a women’s image, is definitely true!

I’m a Mum and people often ask me, how I can be a full-time employee and a looking after my child at the same time. The answer to this is simple: Because I want to be both! I often get the impression people categorize me as a bad Mum, just because I’m not stay at home Mum.

Most of the time, I get this feeling from other women, which actually makes me really sad, because they should the ones who understand. Becoming a Mum changes everything in your life. You’re now responsible for a little human, who depends on you and your upbringing.

Society expects you to be a perfect working mechanism as soon as the child is born. You’re not breast-feeding? You’re a bad Mum! You have not inscribed your child for the musician early talent program? You’re a bad Mum! You start working again after the one year maternity leave? You’re definitely a very bad Mum! And you know what: This is all so wrong!

I got my child when I was 22 years old. I had no idea of how I should handle all this responsibility that comes up with a child and to be honest how should I? I think many women who get their first child experience the same struggles, but there is one important point that requires your very own decision on how to progress: Am I willing to accept help? And this is the point where I decided for me: YES!

So my son attended Kindergarden and crèche from the age of 1. The people there supported me with how to teach him to eat on his own, gave me tips for potty training and gave me so many other valuable advices I was able to benefit from! So clearly for me the decision to accept help was based on the experience I had and on the fact although I have a child I don’t want to lose myself by pretending of being someone I’m definitely not.

I respect all women who decide to stay at home with their child! Really this job is more than comparable with a full-time employee’s job as it requires a lot from a person. It’s a decision every women needs to make for herself, but the important message should be: Don’t base your decision on something your surrounding expects from you. You can never make up with their expectations! The ideal of being the perfect mother is like being a perfect human. Who needs to be perfect if you can be just yourself? So make your decision wisely and find out what makes you and your child happy!

Try…

Try…

I came along this today and loved it from the second 14 onwards! The message Colbie Caillat try to point out is of major importance for so many young girls and women, who live with the impression they need to break, torture and fake themselves to be accepted.

What looks nice and pretty in the video is a massive problem in real live. Girls that grow up with the expectation to look like a Photoshoped Supermodel, experience immense health and psychological problems by having eating disorders and or tending to plastic surgery to become someone, who they think will be accepted by society.

Since years I’m supporting Facebook groups and pages against a wrong body-image and I hope there are a lot more people out there doing the same, because the way girls and women see their body can be best changed by telling them, how beautiful they are!