• Food

    WHAT I EAT FOR BREAKFAST IN A (SCHOOL) WEEK

    Eating healthy sounds and look so difficult. Just look up healthy breakfast on Pinterest and you´ll be bombarded with aesthetic pictures of perfect, fresh looking bowls and fruits and smoothies. Green, orange, pink. The more colorful, the better. (I actually apply this rule, as long as the color is natural and not artificial). My point is that all those pictures look like they took a lot of work, which they probably did to create this sense of perfectionism and health-food superiority that is so widely spread. In realtiy, it´s not that hard to live a healthy lifestyle. Eating healthy, fresh food is good for your body. It gives you the…

  • Lifestyle

    ARE WE IN THE CLEAR YET?

    “Time spent among trees is never time wasted.” Sometimes all you need is a break. Like a trip, eventhough we all know that that´s not possible at all times. After a long week, spent mostly stressed out over school, me and my mom took a long walk in the woods with my dog today. The snow that had fallen over the past couple of nights had begun to melt, the air was crisp, the trees surprisingly lush for this time of year. All of the sudden, everything was okay again. “And into the forest I go to lose my mind and find my soul” I know it may sound obvious…

  • Lifestyle,  Travel

    MY BIGGEST FEAR MY GREATEST LOVE: THE OCEAN

        The ocean calls to me. In the most absurd way, because I’m terrified of it. Did you know that more than 70% of the ocean is yet to be discovered by humans? We have no idea of what‘s down here. Hell, we know more about space than we do about our own oceans. There’s movies, photoshopped pictures, horror stories of people being attacked by sharks or drowning. There’s so much to fear. And yet I can’t contain the urge to be in the water. I can’t go in deep yet. My heart rate speeds up so much and I begin to panic. “In surfing, fear is healthy. Panic…

  • Moodboards,  Photography

    Suburbia: The Moodboard

    “Suburbia is more than a place. It is a shade of blue, a tint of orange. A heat in autumn winds, come from far places for this moment. It is leaves rustling in the trees, the sound of children laughing in the distance. It is the scent of homemade food on Sundays, and evening walks under the sunset lit sky. It is headlights passing your window late at night and finding empty liquor bottles and cigarette stubs in the damp grass next to forgotten benches. Outsiders are rare but welcome to unite in streets lined with tidy front yards. Suburbia is home, but Suburbia is more than a place. Suburbia…