Wow. I cannot believe it is 2018! HOW? Last night’s New Year’s celebration was so fun, and I just had to share a few moments with you all! I barely took any photos, as it was a cozy evening, and I wanted to just enjoy myself.
Day 7 of my 12 Days of Christmas has arrived! Today’s post takes place at a place so dear to my heart – Tivoli. If you are a frequent reader of my blog, you know how much Nicolas and I love to visit this lovely park! If you are unfamiliar with Tivoli, you can read my older posts about it here and here.
Happy Sunday! I had an amazing day today with Nicolas and his family and thought I would share it with you all for Day 5 of my 12 Days of Christmas. We went to a Christmas tree farm and cut down a Christmas tree! This is something I had never done before as my family always has an artificial tree. This is mostly because
Today I am sharing one of my favorite places to go during the holiday season – Hotel Chocolat. If you are a frequent reader, you might remember a previous post where I attended a makeup and chocolate event here. It was lovely, and I fell in love with their chocolate and cafe! Hotel Chocolat has locations in Copenhagen as well as all over the U.K. If you are lucky enough to live near one,
Yay! Only 10 days until Christmas! If you missed yesterday’s post which was a super yummy recipe, catch up after you read this post! Also, don’t forget to check out my mom’s blog because she is celebrating the 12 Days of Christmas with me! Day 3 is all about Christmas markets, as Nicolas and I have already visited 3. I love love love the Christmas markets in Copenhagen. Here’s why. 🙂
Hello, everyone! Today is all about FALL! This season is such a happy time for me, and I’m sure many of you feel the same! Seeing the leaves change and eating everything pumpkin is pure bliss. I love pulling out all of my comfy sweaters and watching Halloween movies. For me, hygge and autumn go hand in hand. Hygge is a something special you feel and experience. I know it is quite a big trend in the U.S. right now, but here in Denmark, it is a way of life. You don’t have to
My mom always loves to tell the story of how when I was just three years old, she would pull my hair up and place a big bow on top. I would run to the closest mirror and then run back to my mom asking her to fix it if the bow wasn’t just right or if my ponytail wasn’t perfectly smooth. (My poor mom!) Although I have relaxed a bit over the years as to how perfect my hair must be, I still