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“It’s good for me”: Citizen’s benefit recipient relaxes on the Baltic Sea several times a month


Highlights: Citizen's benefit recipient Sandra goes to the Baltic Sea several times a month. The 40-year-old is a mother of six and has three grandchildren. Sandra uses her short trips to the sea to look for small treasures. “It’s good for me to be outside. That's why, even in the winter, when my husband is at home, I spend a lot of time outside,” she says. She wants to buy her own scooter soon, as she only uses her husband's.

As of: February 24, 2024, 7:25 p.m




A 40-year-old citizen's benefit recipient wants to take more breaks from her stressful life in Rostock.

That's why she goes to the sea several times a year.

Rostock/Warnemünde - Your life in Rostock can quickly become stressful.

Six children, three grandchildren - citizen benefit recipient Sandra always tries to please her family.

The 40-year-old can be seen weekly on the show “Hartz und cordial” on RTL Zwei, where she shares her life and everyday challenges with viewers.

At the beginning of February, the mother of six was able to show how she sometimes treats herself to a break: in a holiday paradise on the Baltic Sea.

Extraordinary finds were repeatedly made on the Baltic Sea coast, especially after the storm surge at the end of 2023.

A mother of several years and a citizen's benefit recipient, she looks for a break on the Baltic Sea every now and then

Warnemünde is only a few kilometers away from her home in Rostock.

The mother of several times originally comes from the small town of Rathenow in Brandenburg.

As she explains in the show at the beginning of February, she mainly uses her short trips to the Baltic Sea coast to look for small treasures.

Despite strong winds and clouds, Sandra stands in the water up to her calves in rubber boots and looks for, among other things, mussels.

She is particularly happy when she finds amber.

View of the wintry beach in the Baltic Sea resort of Warnemünde.

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Ambers look like small gemstones because they shimmer yellowish-brown in the sun.

These are drops of resin, some of which solidified millions of years ago and solidified as stone.

Amber can also be found on the Baltic Sea again and again, apparently often in combination with algae.

“Once I had a huge carpet of algae,” the 40-year-old says proudly on the show.

She sat there for hours and fished countless gemstones out of the seaweed.

“Although only small ones, they were amber.”

A nature guide recently discovered a decades-old object on the Baltic Sea.

Citizen’s benefit recipient goes to the Baltic Sea several times a month: “It’s good for me personally”

“Sometimes you can also find cut glass,” the hobby collector continues.

That is sometimes a good sign, at least as her experience has shown.

“If I had cut glass, I also had amber.” The citizen's benefit recipient uses the vacation spot several times a month to relax and pursue her hobby.

“Personally, it’s good for me to be outside.

That's why, even in the winter, when my husband is at home, I spend a lot of time outside."

In order to be able to spend more time outside and go on more trips in the future, the 40-year-old wants to buy her own scooter soon.

So far she only uses her husband's.

Now she wants one of her own.

This could also be difficult financially for the family.

“He has installments of just under 50 euros per month and that’s fine,” says Sandra.


Source: merkur

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