Summer is slowing down, and I am making sure to savor every moment. With nearly a month left before autumn starts creeping in, there is still plenty of time to enjoy the warm weather and sunshine. Last year I wrote a post about how to embrace hygge in the fall as well as explained the special Danish tradition of hygge. Today’s post includes some hyggelige and simple things I’ve done to relax and embrace summer. I hope it inspires you to do the same. 🙂
Summer weather has finally arrived in Copenhagen, and I am loving it! I think this city is truly the best place in the entire world when the sun is shining (even though it doesn’t occur that often. 😉 ) Last week Nicolas and I went for a long walk through the city. No summertime walk is ever complete for me without a
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!
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
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. 🙂