Table of contents:
- Anna Schalhas, 67, pensioner
- Eva Kalenczuk, 61, real estate agent
- Petra Aschauer, 50, endermologist
- Marlen Sabetzer, 36, designer
- Katharina Schwarzer, 53, IT professional
- Susanna, 49, Human Resources Manager
- Elisabeth Kurth-Petutschnig, 45, elementary teacher
- Katharina Rauschmeier, 41, entrepreneur
- Bettina Hössel, 42, psychological advisor
- Kanya Elena Maierhofer, 11, child reporter
- Jonathan, 3rd
- Kathrin Pree, 41, life coach
Here comes a poll that makes you happy! We wanted to know from our readers what they are celebrating in their lives.
Anna Schalhas, 67, pensioner
"The laughter of my three-year-old grandson always makes me happy!"
Eva Kalenczuk, 61, real estate agent
"I am grateful that I have the great chance to be able to live here at this time. In a time and in a place where I am in freedom, where I am well looked after, should I feel bad. In a time in which we all have the opportunity to receive an education, even if there is room for improvement here - just as with equal treatment."
Petra Aschauer, 50, endermologist
"Since I deal with natural beauty treatments, it stands to reason that I celebrate beauty. Why, isn't that a bit trivial? No, because beauty makes us feel! It makes us happy. For example in the form of a beautiful home, one beautiful surroundings, beautiful music or art, right up to beautiful relationships or conversations. And last but not least, when we all feel beautiful."
Marlen Sabetzer, 36, designer
"At the moment it makes me happy that more and more customers are finding their way to me in my studio and to my fashion label MarS-An inkling. That gives me the hope of being able to 'make a living' at some point."
Katharina Schwarzer, 53, IT professional
"What I'm celebrating: My four children are all grown up and have finished their school days. That was the first“first day of school”in 20 years without 1000 pieces of paper to be signed and pale yellow booklets in half-quarter format. So many people have declared me crazy, self-employed with four children, and later also a single parent. Ha, I made it!"
Susanna, 49, Human Resources Manager
"I celebrate my creativity and creativity. I am effective, it makes a difference whether I exist or not!"
Elisabeth Kurth-Petutschnig, 45, elementary teacher
"I am an absolute family person and enjoy the moments and being together with my family; My 3 wonderful children, my husband, my parents in Carinthia and my siblings with nieces and nephews are part of it. We are currently planning my dad's 80th birthday October will be a wonderful festival in Carinthia."
Katharina Rauschmeier, 41, entrepreneur
"I celebrate life every day, because it can be over faster than you think. My motto: Live every day, whether it would be your last & be yourself, no matter what others think! Because everyone is perfect the way they are!"
Bettina Hössel, 42, psychological advisor
"I didn't realize for a long time that I was in danger, but at the last moment I got out of a toxic relationship. I didn't know this dynamic before, but I know now that I was in a bad co-dependency with the father of my two children. I was able to escape and got myself and my two children to safety. My regained attitude towards life today can hardly be described, the difference to before is striking and fantastic. I celebrate having survived!"
Kanya Elena Maierhofer, 11, child reporter
"I've been working on an idea for a long time that really allows me to come true. I want to become a child reporter! Now a dream of mine has come true and everything I imagined will work out. My expectations will come true. I'm looking forward to it Totally, I'm so excited and I'm sure I will with my friends
"I swing into space - that's great!"
Kathrin Pree, 41, life coach
"I am celebrating my new start in self-employment!"