Interview with Kristina Von Fuchs / The Working Yogi

Introduction Kristina von Fuchs, better known as The Working Yogi was born in Munich, nowadays she lives in Zürich in beautiful Switzerland. She works fulltime in an enterprise and on the side does she work as a Mindful Happiness Coach. With that is she trying to show her clients and people around her the path … Continue reading Interview with Kristina Von Fuchs / The Working Yogi

When dreams become goals

I am a person of many interests, ideas, beliefs and most of all huge goals. My goals are so big that a lot of people would say, that I am a dreamer or some would just call me crazy. I can honestly tell you, they are all right, every single one of them. The latter … Continue reading When dreams become goals

The Key To Happiness

All of us human beings are always trying to reach a mental state which we call happiness. And often people say phrases like: “I am going to be happy when I reached my goals”, I am going to be happy when I found the love of my life”, or “I would be happy if I would … Continue reading The Key To Happiness

Back to positivity

Lately I started to watch the news again or read the newspaper, but after only a few days I had to give it up again. Nobody can stand all that negativity! Everywhere are those big headlines: “Scandal…” or “Horror Crash” and then of course there is all the daily talk about the US President Donald … Continue reading Back to positivity

I have a dream!


We all know the famous speech by Martin Luther King Jr. A speech in which he talks about a dream of a society without racism and discrimination and a speech which went all around the world. Yes, you could even say that it changed the world. As a leader of the Civil Rights Movement he … Continue reading I have a dream!

Train your brain

  Probably you have heard the term prefrontal cortex (PFC) before, but what does it do and why is it so important? The prefrontal cortex is a part in our brain which is located right behind our forehead. It is the so called executive part of our brain and is responsible for things like problem-solving, … Continue reading Train your brain

The illusion of perfection

In my last blog-post I wrote about treating people around you well and about taking time for them. However today I wonder why it is often easier for us to be nice to other people than to be nice to ourselves. Let’s take an example out of a team sport, if a teammate makes a … Continue reading The illusion of perfection