evildudette

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About evildudette

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  • Location Friedrichshain, Berlin
  • Nationality English
  • Gender Female
  • Year of birth 1987
  1. 9€ Transit Ticket: where are you going?

    I’m quite looking forward to this. I haven’t travelled much within Germany because it’s always cheaper to get a Ryanair flight somewhere rather than a domestic train. I can work remotely, and can travel in the week to avoid the weekend hordes.I’m looking forward to exploring new places!  I just need to curate a list now   My biggest concern is how it will function practically. I have a Berlin yearly pass so I don’t need to pay more, but it isn’t personalised in any way, and it is checked by scanning it. I have my doubts that it will be correctly scanned in other Bundesländern.
  2. Scam calls, Ausweis/Residence Permit problems

    I’m currently getting 6or 7 of these a day. I’ve never previously had problems with spam calls in Germany, and these are driving me crazy!
  3. Income Tax return for MBA Tuition fee

    For what it’s worth, I did my MBA at one of the triple-accredited institutions listed, and it has more than paid for itself. I directly received projects as a result of it with a value far higher than I paid in tuition fees.
  4. Why are you unhappy today?

    It’s not really an unhappy, but I’m back at work tomorrow after a month off sick with COVID and I feel quite apprehensive about it. I didn’t rest properly as I had to keep doing work stuff, and I know there’s a mountain waiting for when I get back. It won’t be easy to ease myself back into it, and I see a real risk in me trying to catch up and making myself worse.
  5. Cheddar cheese from Lidl and elsewhere

    Kaufland has cheddar at half price right now!   i have noticed that now I no longer need to go hunting for cheddar, pretty much every supermarket I go to has it, Edeka even has its own brand version now! A big change from a decade ago when I first came here, and a very welcome change at that!