Checking of my Bucketlist ☑️

For the longest time, one of my goals has been to discover more of Norway and I love being outside, so what’s better than going on a hiking trip?! 🙂 Last week I checked of another point of my Bucketlist; I hiked Gaustatoppen! Gaustatoppen rises majestically above Rjukan in Telemark, Norway and with it’s 1833Continue reading “Checking of my Bucketlist ☑️”

My tips for throwing the best festival pre-party!

Festival season has arrived yet again and I couldn’t be more exited! Music is the heart and soul beyond many things, for some, it’s even a way of life. Five years ago we started the tradition of going to Stavernsfestivalen with a big group of friends and we don’t plan on stopping this year –Continue reading “My tips for throwing the best festival pre-party!”

A glimpse of life in pictures 1 📸

I can’t believe we’re already in the end of June, which means July is just around the corner.. can someone please hit the pause button on the clock?! Anyway, I would like to introduce you to a new column called “A glimpse of life in pictures”. As stated in the sentence itself, I’ll be showingContinue reading “A glimpse of life in pictures 1 📸”

My 5 Favorite Instagram Accounts Right Now📸

Instagram has become widely popular around the world and is one of my favorite social media channels. Even though I don’t consider myself as a very dedicated poster (I post every now and then), I can spend hours of scrolling through my feed double tapping. I use Instagram as a source of inspiration (for exampleContinue reading “My 5 Favorite Instagram Accounts Right Now📸”

Interesting links from around the web #6

8 Non-work related activities that increase productivity Love Kiki’s “Guide to Portland in a weekend” – it makes me want to visit! Recipe for the Rosé Gummy that has a 12,000 person wait list (make it at home!) The ultimate guide to travel when you have no money 9 clear rules for coffee shop etiquetteContinue reading “Interesting links from around the web #6”

Street Libraries; A tiny vestibule of literary happiness

A couple of days ago I passed the cutest little library I have ever seen; a little home-built library on a public street. Filled with books, it serves as a “library on the run”, where anyone can borrow a book, read it, and put it back. Little did I know (after a quick google search)Continue reading “Street Libraries; A tiny vestibule of literary happiness”