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  • Something to tell the world!

    I'm really looking forward to your messages, so don't hesitate to contact me.🤗

  • Favourite books/authors/films

    Little Lord Fauntleroy. I love the movie. Every year, the day before christmas i watch it with my family and it's the one thing we don't argue about.

  • A trick or piece of advice

    I don't know if this works for you, but for me the only way to study rn is going for a walk in the dark. I can't see anything except my notes and nothing distracts me from studying.

  • My proudest accomplishments

    As a child I was attacked by a dog and since then I was terrified of every dog, even the little ones. Thanks to an absolutely incredible labrador I managed to overcome my fear of dogs and now they're my best friends.

  • Improving the school system

    One of my teachers once said that school turns us into zombies.

  • A personal challenge

    There's a lot of things i could say here, but what bothers me most currently is interacting with other people irl and the fear of failing an exam, but spending all my time with procrastination instead of studying. Those two things combined make school feel like hell.

  • Cities and countries I have visited

    When i was younger my entire family visited Bodenmais every summer. My parents always thought we would become bored, because we did the exact same things every year, but for me it was one of the best vacations.

  • Living abroad for one year

    absolutely not

  • I'm excited about...

    Graduating and never going back to school.
    Starting to work in july with the nicest colleagues i ever could have imagined.
    Turning 18 this summer.

  • My feeling about the future

    I'm ready and looking forward to it.

  • As a child, I wish...

    I think i had an amazing childhood, but looking back at it i wish i would have argued less with my sister.

  • Personal skills


  • Over or underrated

    underrated: bavarian dialect, nothing sounds more beautiful
    overrated: phones

  • I recently learnt...

    how to drive