This past Sunday I decided that I wanted to whip up some healthy food to eat throughout the week. I want to kick off the new year by eating less junk food, and I have found that meal prepping certainly helps. So I spent around two hours in the kitchen making a delicious cucumber, tomato, chickpea salad for lunches and banana bread for breakfasts and snacks!
I can’t believe Christmas has come and gone already. I do love the week in-between Christmas and New Years, though. 🙂 Staying in pajamas and watching movies is positively the best! Anyways, I just wanted to share a short and sweet post with you all. This is for those of you who are struggling to find something to wear to all of the fancy parties that occur during this time of year. A little outfit inspiration always seems to help me!
I am currently sitting here drinking some spiced apple tea and listing to the Cozy Christmas Nights playlist on Spotify. I am trying to relax and enjoy a quiet evening to myself before all the Christmas festivities begin. It all goes by TOO FAST! I am so excited to celebrate my first Christmas in Denmark, and I want to enjoy and cherish every moment.
Happy Day 2 of my 12 Days of Christmas! If you missed yesterday’s post, you can catch up here! Today I am sharing a yummy recipe I tried this past weekend. These are hot chocolate cookies, and I actually used two different types of real hot chocolate to make them! You can serve them at your next holiday party, give them away in a little Christmas tin as a gift, or even set them out for Santa.
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