My name is Nico and I am 23 years young. I’ve been born and bred in Berlin, Germany, which is also the city you’ll most likely be finding me in. I just got out of College, where I studied brand management and advertising. I am an enthusiast when it comes to everything planning and organizing related and addicted to pretty much every TV show ever made. I also love stationary with a passion and have been enjoying photography and photo editing for as long as I can remember. Although I am also a huge perfectionist, which is probably why the pictures never come out quite as I hoped. But I like to think I am slowly getting better over the years. What else? Oh, I love traveling…and books. Oh, books…
Why am I telling you this and what is Berlin and Other Stories?
Well, I’ve been enjoying the whole web sphere (blogs, YouTube etc.) for many years now and I just wanted to join in. Using this blog to help women in their twenties become more productive and coordinate their lives in a boss lady style. How do I know? Because I am one of these women. So in a nutshell, BAOS is about productivity and lifestyle topics with a pinch of Berlin adventures. It is tailored for ambitious Queen Bees that can’t wait to take over in business and in life. Hard working ladies, who hustle for their dreams and seek some empowerment. Sounds like you? Great, sign up to the BAOS Email list on the right 🙂
Berlin and Other Stories has got some assistance in the form of my dear friend Mona. Mona and I went to Uni together and she is a wiz when it comes to InDesign, taking great photos and walking on the wild side. Because of that, you will mostly find Mona in connection with our adventure posts, where she is out and about in the City to find the perfect spots for you.
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Wanna know more?
To learn a little more about me and my personality, feel free to check out my post on “30 things that make me happy”.
I hope you enjoy reading as much as I enjoy sharing.