The “sounds like 1980 something” Mixtape

Hey, guess what…I made you a mixtape! When it comes to the ’80s, music would be one good reason to make it win the price for the most influential decade of the 20th century. A lot of people may associate a 10-year long bad taste period with it, but thankfully the 80s vibe still lives…

Bon Voyage: 5 Tips and Tricks for your next trip

Choose your seat wisely Don’t wait to choose your seat until the on-line check-in  (which is usually possible 48 or 24 hours prior to your flight’s departure) and make your choice in time. A pre-screening of the reservations on a plane makes sense in order to identify seats that will come up to your expectations to the…

Playlist: Chill Baby, Chill! – Austrian Special

When it comes to electronic music real connoisseurs know that Austrian acts have set the bar high since the beginning of the 90’s. Fans of the “Hôtel Costes” compilations who are waiting for the next sampler to come, can listen to the newly released album  “Gran Paradiso” (Dope Noir Records) of the Vienna based Mastermind…

The Pros and Cons of long-distance relationships

A Column Writing about relationships and love is not an easy thing do, especially as it is perceived different by every single one of us. Well, as we all know, nothing in this world worth having comes easy, especially when it is about your significant other. And yes, relationships in all their different forms and…

Playlist: French Toast

    No matter if it’s about fashion, food or music: A French twist always seems to add some sophistication to certain things, isn’t it? Especially when it comes to electronic music the “Grande Nation” brought up some great artists during the last centuries, all of whom play the leading role in the following playlist:…

Guest Article on “World Women in Business”

“Death by Power Point” goes Spanish: It’s a pleasure to annouce that twentyninesomething appeared as a co-author on the recently found blog “worldwomenbusiness.com”, re-publishing the popular article “the perfect CV” of the column “Death by Power Point” in Spanish. Find the article here! Are you curious to find out more about worldwomenbusiness.com? Check out their…

Living abroad in Johannesburg: Expat Interview with Marion & Bernhard

I am glad to announce that twentyninesomething’s category “living abroad” will be enriched by another facet: Expat experience interviews, presenting insight stories about how it is to live in a country far, far away with all it ups and downs.   Living abroad in Johannesburg: Marion and Bernhard’s Expat Experience The first interview is about…

Chill Baby, Chill! – the Classics

Me, 2001, sitting in a coffee place, wondering about life in general, when suddenly they started to play THAT track:  “What was the name of it again…no major mainstream hit song but yet so familiar….aaah it’s on the tip of my tongue…some chill sound track…Oh no, it’s over!” Yes, that were the exact same thoughts…

TwentyNineSomething´s favourite tracks 2017

WOW!!! If this year had a book title, it would be “Change Management” for sure. Thanks to a schedule packed with traveling and getting to know new, far away places (Japan, South Africa, Malaysia, Australia among others), the 2017 list got inspired by a lot of great airline radio channels and other pleasant occasions (…well,…

Travel Movie Experiences: Lost in Translation

Remember the opening scene of “Lost in Translation”: Scarlett Johannson on the bed of her Hotel room, wearing nothing but pink granny style jumpers and a light blue sweater, totally alone in Tokyo and not really knowing what to do with her life? This scene not only captures her inner insecurity, but also makes it…

Playlist: Chill Baby, Chill #8

For quite a while (spring, summer…) it seemed as if there weren´t any other songs than “Des-paaa-cito…”, but yes, it´s finally autumn and the right time to sip on your coffee and having long chats with great friends about life, while listening to the correct coffeetable soundtrack: TwentyNineSomething´s Chill Baby, Chill playlist #8 .

Guest Articles on studyandgoabroad.com

Earlier this month the Canadian blog “studyandgoabroad.com” published two of twentyninesomething.com´s most read articles. Find them here: Living abroad: Working vs. Studying Why Erasmus Friendships are meant to be