Monthly Archives

February 2018

Denmark, Lifestyle

Cozy Brunch at Far’s Dreng

Nicolas and I recently enjoyed a lovely brunch at Far’s Dreng (translated to daddy’s boy) here in Copenhagen! After hearing so much about this cafe, we decided it was time to give it a try. Far’s Dreng has been voted the city’s best cafe/ breakfast by two different organizations. The first location opened in 2015, and now a second one has opened not too far from where I live. The atmosphere was so relaxed and cozy! Continue Reading

Sweden, Travel

Mountains + Waffles // Annual Ski Holiday

Hellooo! I just got back from a lovely ski holiday in Sweden and wanted to share some of my favorite photos from the trip. Being that it was below freezing most days, I didn’t want to have my hands out of my mittens too often and only got a handful of pictures. I am totally okay with that though because sometimes it is nice to have a technology break! Continue Reading

Lifestyle

Valentine’s Day Tea Cake

Hello, everyone! It is almost one of my very favorite days of the year – Valentine’s Day. As you are reading this, I will be skiing up in the mountains of Sweden. However, I still wanted to celebrate this lovely holiday here on my blog! Of course, the best way to celebrate is with cake. 🙂 Continue Reading

Beauty

Update + Empties No. 1 // 2018 Beauty Challenge

Is it just me, or did January just fly right by? Usually the winter months tend to drag on, but I feel like it was just Christmas yesterday! An entire month has passed since I started my 2018 Beauty Challenge. If you’re not up to date, I am not going to purchase any beauty products until I use up everything I have. I explain my entire plan in the post, so I highly recommend checking it out!

I am proud to announce that Continue Reading

Italy, Travel

5 Hours in Milan

Yes, this is another Italy post! (I told you I took a lot of photos. 🙂 ) If you missed my previous ones, you can check them out here.

We stayed in Bergamo which is about a 45 minute train ride away from Milan. We took the train there on a sunny, October afternoon and really enjoyed ourselves. Milan is such a big city so of course we couldn’t see it all. However, I was so delighted with all we managed to explore in our short five hours there. Continue Reading