Ricarda, writer of the blog 23qm Stil, is one of the pioneers of the blogging scene. When she was visiting Berlin with her two of three kids she told us, why she is sometimes frustrated by the effects of her work today.
In a summer’s night of 2013, the wine was flowing, a heartfelt wish came true on a Berliner balcony: Tanja Deschner (41) and Christina Eckert (37) turned their long standing ideas into concrete plans and founded their interior label Von Erika. Read here how they divide responsibilities, get support from the family, and keep the competitors in check.
Parks are very important, especially when you live in Berlin and need a time-out from concrete. Tiergarten is always a good idea, my personal favorite spot there is the Englischer Garten right behind the Federal President’s bureau. Tempelhofer Park serves every kid’s needs, and Volkspark Friedrichshain has been proving its worth to many generations of Berliners. But there are lots of other green gems that you might not have stumbled upon yet. Here are our favorites.
Today is the opening of Lovelystuff at Arkonaplatz in Prenzlauer Berg, a shop selling everything you can think of pertaining to weddings, pregnancies, and babies. It’s the new favorite project of Sarah Knapp (Mettler), the entrepeneur that already made a name for herself with ventures like Monoqi or Nonabox. The newly mom told us why she simply couldn’t survive without a career.
As always when we see Frida – normally on pictures online – she blew us away when we met her face to face in Hamburg.