“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 […]Read More My World Bucketlist! 🌍
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 […]Read More Free things to do in New York City!
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, […]Read More The Coastal Path – a complete guide!
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Buying gifts for family and friends is a thoughtful way of showing how much you care. One thing I’ve noticed, is that many people are concerned with the cost and the size of the gift, like it’s always supposed to be great and expensive.. Why is that? I think that personalized and thoughtful gifts, regardless […]Read More The most thoughtful gift from a friend
Christmas and new years is over, we already hit January 6th, which means it’s time to focus on this years goals! I’ve always been a big fan of creating a Bucketlist and setting goals for myself. While many people hate it, to me, it symbolizes a fresh start with an opportunity to make a change. […]Read More My personal goals for 2020!
Happy New Year everyone! It’s not only January 2nd, but it’s the beginning of a new month, a new year, and not to mention a new decade – let’s make it a good one! I celebrated new years eve with a great group of friends and had a great time. We hosted new years this […]Read More New year, new decade and clean slate – let’s go 2020!
I posted a Leiden Travel Recommendation on my blog a while back and to follow up on the post (in case you decide to take my recommendation and actually visit Leiden) a restaurant/coffee shop guide is a necessity! 😊 Whenever I visit someplace new, I’m always exited to check out all the restaurants and coffee […]Read More Where to eat in Leiden – a previous “local’s” recommendations
Growing up, one of my childhood dreams was always to study abroad (you can read more about my college experience at an American university here.) This was my dream for as long as I can remember and it was never given that I should have ended up study at an Norwegian university. I have always […]Read More 5 Things I learned from my study abroad experience
Reklame/Affiliate – Booking.com I love traveling and feel fortunate to be able to travel as often as I do, it’s not something I take for granted at all.. I have gained many favorite destinations throughout the years and today I want to recommend one of my absolute favorites; in 2016 I moved to the Netherlands […]Read More Travel Recommendation; Leiden, Netherlands