I’ve been busy with house hunting so I am rather behind in finishing this post. I got some very good news yesterday, we’ve been accepted for a rental property in Prenzlauer berg in Berlin! Such a relief as we were starting to worry a bit. Here’s a few things I’ve been watching, reading and thinking about:

This is pretty much my dream office!

Overnight, everything I loved was gone: the internet shaming of Lindsay Stone, Jon Ronson, The Guardian. I realise this is an except of a book, but I find it very interesting.

What nobody told me about small farming: I can’t make a living, Jaclyn Moyer, Salon. 

Ghost signs, Radio National (podcast)


](https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2015/mar/08/can-hipsters-save-the-world?CMP=fbgu) Can hipsters save the world?, Ed Cumming, The Observer_

Why are white people expats when the rest of us are immigrants?,Mawuna Remarque Koutonin, The Guardian. I often wonder this.

How Tim Gunn of Project Runway spends his Sunday, Kaya Mayer Robinson, The International New York Times. I’m a big Project Runway fan and I love the grace of Tim Gunn.

This man wants people to stop serving food on wooden boards, Phoebe Hurst, Munchies. I especially hate slate tiles, they look terribly heavy and uncomfortable to carry.

Koreans have an insatiable appetite for watching strangers binge eat, Elise Hu, The Salt.  Looks more like eating disorders to me!

Wake up bloggerverse, it’s time for change, Millicent Nankivell. A thoughtful piece about the state of blogging and authenticity. A lot of us have been thinking about it ( I wrote about it here) and it’s great to see the extent of the conversation.