I like to read books that make me feel good. That doesn’t necessarily mean that the book itself has to have a happy, feel good story. In fact, usually for me it’s the opposite. It just means that I need to find it enjoyable. I’m not particularly worried if a book is well written or isn’t, I’m more concerned about whether I’m engaged in the story. Continue reading “Book Review: Landline by Rainbow Rowell”
Going to see the Cherry Blossoms in Kyoto, Japan has always been on my bucket list. So when I moved to Stockholm and heard that there’s an amazing display right here, I was excited. Cherry Blossoms in Stockholm! I couldn’t wait to check them out. Continue reading “Cherry Blossoms in Stockholm”
One of my favourite things to do on a sunny Friday when I was living in Sydney was visit the local farmers markets. I’d go and grab a coffee and a muffin and wander the stalls picking up lots of yummy fresh fruit and veggies, amazing bread, spices and healthy snacks. One of my favourite snacks were the homemade fruit roll ups! Continue reading “Homemade Fruit Roll Up Fail”
I know it’s already February and probably a little late to be sharing my 2017 reading goals, but I was in a such reading slump in January. I just couldn’t get into any book that I picked up. So I decided to spend some time thinking about why I love reading and appreciate what books mean to me. Continue reading “2017 Reading Goals”
Reminiscing about the coldest i’ve ever been!
As January is coming to an end and I’m starting to look forward to Spring. I’m taking a moment to look back at this time last year, when Daniel and I had the opportunity to go away for a weekend. Continue reading “Umeå – The Coldest Place I’ve Ever Been”