Hi there! I am Yana and welcome to my blog.
Fast facts about me: CPA, MBA, Big4, Belbin Plant, MBTI-INTJ.
Long facts about me:
Murmansk - Helsinki- Bonn - Dusseldorf - Luxembourg - Zurich.
Journalism- Stock Market - Finance - Consulting - HR - Tax - Banking Compliance.
This blog is about me, my friends, shoes, career choices, shopping dilemmas, celebrities, gossips, pleasures, dreams, books, friends and whatever else comes along.
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Category Archives: travel
Now, when it’s suddenly +16 and rains outside, people began talking about summer in the past tense. Hopefully, it’s not over, but nevertheless – here is my status update on what’s going on with my summer 2017 resolutions: Get into … Continue reading
If you are already near Bregenz, it’s just 30 minutes drive to Vaduz, the capital of Lichtenstein. Just so you know – Lichtenstein’s capital is really lovely and Instagram-worthy, you can easily add one more country to the list of … Continue reading
Why Not Me? is a perfect holiday reading: easy, funny, witty and still an insightful story!!! If you don’t know Mindy – she was a star and a writer for The Office sitcom and then went on to create her … Continue reading
Just finished All the Light We Cannot See: a story of un-seen connection and dependencies between a young German soldier and a blind French girl during the WWII. This story was hugely popular during the divisive, violent and intolerant 2016. … Continue reading
I have recently realized that Swiss people say “we are a very small country”. Which is obviously very funny to hear, when you come from Luxembourg. The only other nation that I remember casually and convincingly using this expression is Israel. In … Continue reading
I expected May to be an easy-breezy slow motion, embellished by several extra days of bank holidays (which I am eternally grateful for without going into the details of what we are actually celebrating). Plus, April was crazy and I deserved … Continue reading