Friday, May 15, 2015


Due to the title you might assume that this post has something to do with the UK's cellular network EE, which stands for "Everything Everywhere" , but no, cellular coverage and 4G are not the reason behind this post. 
For me, EE is for "Everyday Essentials" because I think we all do have those random knick knacks we carry around everday, everywhere we go because without them we would simply feel like missing something essential. We take the burden of an overweighted bag just for having those things with us when outdoors to feel comfortable as in case we could need them.
In the following I want to tell you something about my Everyday Essentials:

1.)  Phone

Despite people saying that the youth is sitting in front of their phones 24/7 busy with texting and instagraming, a phone with its ability to make a call  is  a precious tool. Especially while grocery shopping when you wonder whether there is still enough oat milk left at home or not...(yes, that is very important).

2.) Glasses

I got a pair of glasses last month and at the beginning I was like "well........." but now, after I had to return them in order to change the glasses, I am missing them so much! 

3.) Lip Balm

This may sound weird but, everytime I leave my home (particularly in winter) without my Kiehl's lip balm, a similar phenomenon to aeolian erosion is observed on my lips. Mysterious :( 

4.) Charger

Shall I compare thee to a summer's day?
So long as men can breathe, or eyes can see,
So long lives this, and gives life to thee.

-William Shakespeare

5.) Hair wax

Sticks and stones may break my bones, but wind and rain won't destroy my hair, if this little tube is with me. *heart eyes emoji*

6.) Camera

I'm basically taking my precious film camera from Konica everywhere in case there is something beautiful to shoot. I love the grainy effect of the developed photos without having to edit them. 

7.) Book

As my life is constantly traversed by embarrasing failures, it is not unlikely for me to for example be much too late for a doctors appointment and therefore having to wait until the doctor is able to work me in (sigh). Hence a book is the perfect way to bridge this unnecessary waiting time!
At the moment I'm reading Haruku Murakami's After the Quake. A collection of short stories which all in some way thematise the 1995 Kobe earthquake. And let me tell you, I don't know how I can ever read another author again! Murakami's writing style is beautiful and subtle at the same time! I already ordered more Murakami books at a local library which I will scoff immedeatly after receiving them...

I hope this post helped you to understand what I meant with EE, our everday essentials. I would love to know what yours are, so please let me know in the comments!

Furthermore, yesterday was my last day of school ever. I haven't actually realized this yet, partly because I still have two oral exams to come, but yeah, no more school after 12 years I guess....

Lol my camera was doing some crazy shiz...

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