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18.05My name is Kimberly Wüthrich, just call me by my nickname Kim. I was born on the 30th March 1994.  I live in Switzerland in a beautiful, little village on the countryside. It’s nice to live in a rural area but sometimes a little bit boring too. I work for the company Energy4me in the marketing department. When I’m not working I deal with  photography, travel, fashion and sports. I really like sports, especially condition training, snowboarding and Tennis. I also have three pets, a dog and two cats. I spend a lot of time with my dog. I walk with her everyday (yep it’s a girl, her name is Chaya). It’s of Hebrew origin, and the meaning of Chaya is „life“. I also do dog sport (agility) with her.
Besides, I’m a real Netflix freak! I swear I can watch movies and series all day, all night long. I’m really addicted to it. Nothing is better than hanging around in bed with a hot cup of tea or even better a cup full of coffee and watching a compelling thriller. I also like reading books, non-fiction books are definitely my favorites.

My top 4 movies
◊Inception
◊Donnie Darko
◊Into the wild
◊Gone Girl

My top 4 books
♦The secret (Rhonda Byrne)
♦The monk who sold his ferrari (Robin S. Sharma)

♦Schnelles Denken, langsames Denken (Daniel Kahneman)
♦Mein sibirischer Winter (Nicolas Vanier)

Book I’m currently reading: Schwarze Magnolie (Hyeonseo Lee)

 

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I originally created Peachmeup because of my love for fashion. Meanwhile it’s more than just a fashion blog. It’s a kind of diary or lifestyle blog. However I call it, I share with you my adventures, thoughts and other things that happen on a daily basis. I want to inspire you with pictures and stories. The pictures are all taken by me and my Nikon Camera 750D.  I really hope you enjoy my blog and if you like it please follow me on my other social media channels.

“I’ve learned that everything happens for a reason,” the yogi Krishnan told him. “Every event has a why and all adversity teaches us a lesson… Never regret your past. Accept it as the teacher that it is.”
― Robin S. Sharma, The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari .”

(current favorite quote)

 Best,
Kimberly