Friday, September 13, 2013

Week in Review 37/2013

What did I see?
Art by Nathalie Shau. Dreamlike, creepy and fantastic:


What did I listen to?
This amazing video about being Goth-blocked ^^:


What did I ask myself?
Does less TV really increase my creativity so much?


What did I read?
I read "Die Therapie" (= the therapy) by Sebastian Fitzek. A rather creepy and disturbing thriller! I didn't find out whether it is translated to English, but I can recommend it to my German readers!
I also finished "Judastöchter" (=Judas' daughters) by Markus Heitz, which is about vampires and werewolves. Unfortunately I found out while reading that this is the fifth book of a series, so now that I liked this one I will need to lay my hands on the rest! ;)

What did I work on?
Some jewelry and painting frames.

I was happy about...
Having three new gerbils at home! A mum with two daughters, all albinos. So cute!


I was annoyed about...
My work. I'm so ready for holidays, only one more week to go!

I bought...
Some stuff at the flea market, a skull and picture frames.

6 comments:

linnea-maria said...

I thik it's so nice to read your structured week reports :) Sometimes I think that I do nothing of a week. But if I consider those questions, I see that things do happens. Thanks for sharing the fun video.

MindLess said...

@ linnea-maria: I really missed them, they help me realize how much fun stuff I do during the year! Otherwise the weeks just pass by unnoticed...

MmePolaire said...

Amazing art! Thanks for sharing that! Congrats on the gerbils, they sound adorable.

MindLess said...

@ MmePolaire: You're welcome! And yes, they really are, I need to take some pictures of them. But they are always running around so most pics are blurry...

ette said...

Das freut mich für dich, dass du ein neues Gerbilpärchen hast!
Und zur TV-Kreativ-Frage: In Amerika gab es mal eine Studie, gemacht zu der Zeit, als noch nicht das ganze Land mit Fernsehen versorgt war (also in den 60/70ern oder so?). Da konnte man wirklich messen, dass Dörfer ohne TV eine deutlich höhere Kreativität hatten als die mit wenig Fernsehprogrammen und diese immer noch mehr als die Orte, wo es bereits eine grössere Auswahl an Programmen gab. Wirklich erschreckend.

MindLess said...

@ ette: Kein Pärchen, ein Trio diesmal! ^^ Oh wow, dass dich das wissenschaftlich nachweisen lässt, hätte ich nicht gedacht! Ich denke, ich werde meinen Konsum wieder einschränken. Ich versacke dann immer vor dem TV, wenn ich ihn einmal angemacht habe. Wenn ich direkt was anderes mache, vermisse ich TV gar nicht.