So, in the midst of a life-threatening global pandemic… Let’s do a shopping fast update, questionmark? These are the things that I bought in January, February and March.Continue reading
This year I’m doing a one year no-buy, also known as a shopping ban. I’ve done this before with good results, but it has been a while and I feel like it is time to give it another go. I also did a little Q&A via Instagram, so read on if you’re interested!Continue reading
*or 63 square meters, if the metric system is your jam.
When I was a kid I had three dream professions: fireman, because of my inexplicable crush on fireman Sam. Chef, because food. And lastly: gardener. I liked plants and I liked greenhouses and garden centers so it made perfect sense. Then I grew up and developed violent pollen allergies, and all dreams of professional gardening went out the window. I’ve tried to keep plants as an adult, but my attempts were always half-hearted and the plants always ended up dying. For years I had none at all. Then a few years ago I bought a few plants as an experiment and realized that I could figure out all their needs from a simple Google search… Fast forward to today.Continue reading
I’m not quite sure how it happened, but when I look back at 2018 the thing that stands out the most is how much I got to travel. Writing a whole blog post about each destination would be silly at this point, so instead I will give you the highlight reel and some of my favorite tips from each trip. Let’s go!
Children and motherhood are the subjects du jour in Norway these days. Women are told we aren’t having enough of them, and that we need to have a lot more babies if we want to keep the country running. We are told to embrace motherhood in order to save the economy and the motherland. I’m not going to throw my two cents into that particular debate, as my feelings have already been expressed by people far more eloquent than me, but I would still like to share a few thoughts on the subjects of kids.