I’m stuck, totally stuck with my new book and the idea of a new lifestyle. I guess I’ve always been healthy compared to junkies; working out (a lot) and knowing what to eat to not get fat but a new idea or understanding of health is growing inside me since I started reading the book written by Maria Borelius, the Helathy Revolutionary. It’s always been there, the interest, and I remembering reading my grandmas book about herbs and natural when I was much younger but now it’s something else. I’m looking for facts, information and how to cure my never ending stomach troubles and how to live longer and avoid any type of illnesses. I’m excited!
Apart from that our Sunday started pretty healthy, with a berry breakfast, yoghurt and pineapples. We’re a bit tired from yeardyas hike at Säntis so tota will be a calm day.
Coming back to the main reason what I actually wanted to blog about in the start - juice. I wanted to write a juice blog. I never made it to my juice blog but I wrote a lot about interior. I guess I realize a blog does not necessarily have to have a specific topic. It’s more about what one is truly interest in. I also thought I have to have professional pictures just because everyone told me to have that. Nja, I guess one can have whatever you like. The message is still the more important thing. I feel I can’t live without blogging and have a desperate need to share information about food, wellness and of course interior which I love. So let me share something with you from time to time when I feel like it.
Maybe every once in a while we have to take a break from doing everything faster and quicker to reflect on who we are and where we are going. And I’m taking a break from the blog. I’ve been blogging for almost a decade ( yey! ) but I have decided to make a change and I won’t continue blogging like before.
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Back home and aweee - I’m tired from traveling, we only got home at midnight. (Yawning...). However, Today I want to give some credits to beloved IKEA. Simple beloved Ikea. I bought these bowls six months ago and I use them all the time for both smoothie bowls, taco dinners and sweets! They are simply the perfect bowls. I really like that they are a little square in shape. Unfortunately, IKEA does not have these bowls left in its assortment, but below I show the series Krustad that is similar, and also with a beautiful pattern - perfect for long breakfasts in the spring sun.
Hello from France and the Riviera, the sun is shining and the wine is cold! I follow the instagram star Anne-Laure Mais and at the moment, I feel like copying her style. Those of you who’s been reading my blog for a while know that I absolutely love France, the Riviera and the chic French style. Classic yet elegant relaxed and always so feminine, I'm trying to imitate!
And if you are crazy about France like I am, why not match the decor? This charming Parisian apartment was made in 19th century by my favourite French interior designers Gilles & Boissier. The apartment has a beautiful white interior which offers a unique contrast which combines a classical background and contemporary art work. Enjoy it!
I get so happy when I see this home ... Almost "weak-kneed" as one would say in Swedish. The sunlight, the simple but lovely interior and the airy rooms. I used the same pictures when I wrote about 3 essential tips for decorating a kids room, a post that was highly appreciated. In the case you would like to decorate your home similar to this home, I have listed some of the interior pieces spotted below.
Hey hey! I’m packing my bag for the easter break! We are flying to Barcelona tomorrow, and from there driving to our family home in France. We’re going to hang out with my fiancé, his brother and his girlfriend for a long weekend. The weather seems to be on our side with around twenty degrees and sunshine. And what to wear for Easter in France? I keep it simple with jeans, sneakers, a white classic shirt and a couple of dresses for the evenings. Here’s my little french fashion inspo.
New week, new opportunities and I feel like pink! It's been a super sunny weekend and the spring has finally arrived in Zurich! I feel rested and full of new energy and that's why I wanted to show you this beautiful home, decorated with a pink accent color. I only have one piece of pink in my home, an artwork from Audrey Bogush and have not yet "dared" to invest in any additional deco. But after seeing this home my mind starts to wander.
Pink is a risky color. If used excessively it will make your home look like a Barbie house. It’s why most people avoid this color and even despise it. Nevertheless, when used with measure, pink can be a great accent color that instantly makes your home look fresh, friendly and dynamic. Some beautiful color combination using pink include shades of white, grey, black or blue. A good room to add the color pink in your interior is the living room, as it can be easily adapted to such a bold color as it’s a social area also designed for entertainment. Go bold, go pink! It's Monday after all! Hugs!
After a day of wedding planning and a big spring cleaning of our balcony we really deserved a delicious lunch. I made a Pomegranate Salad with cheese, cashew nuts, pumpkin seeds, apple, tomato, salad, koriander and of course Pomegranate seeds. Bon apetit! Now I'm going to take my book and sit down with a cup of tea and a plum cake that I got from our neighbours. <3
Good morning friends, it’s sunny, it’s Friday and finally we’re approaching a weekend at home! We've been traveling every weekend for one month (skiing, Valencia, skiing, Hamburg), so I can’t tell you how much I look forward to spend a saturday at home, wake up in our own bed, put on my own bathrobe and make a coffee in our own coffee-machine.
Home sweet Home...
This weekend will be filled with resting, decorate the house for easter and wedding planning. And the one thing I look forward to the most is tomorrow when I'll be going to Jimmy Choo to pick up my wedding shoes. Enjoy your Friday!