I love using old things to make new things, so this was such a fun project!Life these days are definitely weird. Besides those who are still fortunate to be able to work, I feel like everyone is doing the same things; cleaning and organizing their home & cars, trying out new recipes in the kitchen, … Continue reading A new way to entertain yourself!
"The Trials of Gabriel Fernandez leaves Netflix viewers in tears with graphic descriptions of modern day child abuse" Gabriel Fernandenz was only 8 years old when he was brutally murdered by his evil mother Pearl and her boyfriend, Isauro Aguirre in 2013. The Trials of Gabriel Fernandez is a heartbreaking documentary addressing how a child … Continue reading The Trials of Gabriel Fernandez
If you're looking for a cafe that’s anything but the typical mainstream coffee chains, look no further; Cafe Olivia is the place to visit next! Located in the middle of Stavern city center, this cafe offers charming old-school interior, a great variety of food, delicious coffee, beer & wine, several types of cakes to satisfy … Continue reading Cafe Olivia
“Every man dies – not every man really lives” – William Ross Traveling has, and always will be a huge part of my life. It gives life a sense of purpose, which is really important to me. Allowing myself to dream big (which you all should!), there are so many things I want to do … Continue reading My World Bucketlist! 🌍
Happy Sunday everyone! 🙂 I wish I could say this under other circumstances, because it's been a couple of scary weeks and I believe this is just the beginning. The COVID-19 is now officially an epidemic and no one knows for sure how long this will last, only time will tell. The streets are empty, … Continue reading And just like that the world stopped for a while..
New York is one of my favorite cities! I first visited NYC back in 2007 when I attended a seminar before moving to San Francisco to work as a nanny and I can't wait to head back someday.. I love NYC for many reasons; the international vibe, the good energy, charming neighborhoods, and lot's of … Continue reading Free things to do in New York City!
If you're looking for a new way to make your lunch, look no further! A couple of days ago, I was looking through my fridge to get some ideas for lunch.. I had some leftover potatoes from a previous dinner and lot's of vegetables that was borderline going bad, so I decided to be a … Continue reading The perfect left-over lunch!
When I was writing my Bucketlist a while back, I became aware of how many things that came with an actual cost and it gave me an idea – to make a Bucketlist with ideas that doesn’t (hardly) cost anything! At first I thought it would be a big challenge to come up with some … Continue reading Free Bucketlist ideas!
This is without a doubt one of my outdoor favorite places! Located between Stavern and Helgeroa i southeast of Norway, you'll find the Coastal Path - a 35 km signposted coastal path where you walk along rocky shores, sandy beaches, shallow bays and wooded areas. Along the way you'll find breathtaking views, several camping sites, … Continue reading The Coastal Path – a complete guide!
Spring is officially here! Or, at least if you look at the calendar.. We have been blessed with the warmest winter without snow so far, so I have to admit my heart dropped when I woke up to snow a couple of days ago. As we speak it's raining outside and the snow is finally … Continue reading Hello March!