Autumn makes me feel nostalgic. It’s when the holiday season really kicks off; and, so, I always find myself remembering my childhood + all of the amazing holidays we celebrated (to the max!) in my family. Now, especially since I live in a different country than the one I grew up in, when I look..
It’s time for a list. Woo hoo! I’ve got a ton of blog posts planned, and I’ve been working on the site all day long, loving every minute of it, while also thinking of tons of other things that I wanna do on this fabulous, slow Sunday, when suddenly a little list post came to..
I’m still slowly easing into 2017 even if on the outside it may seem that I have been busy. I began the year in Maine at my brother’s. Drove to Connecticut to my aunt’s on the second day of 2017, and then drove to NYC and flew home to Sweden over the 3rd + 4th…
Happy Thanksgiving! For me, of course, it’s just a regular day here in Sweden. Although I did get home from work just in time to live stream Santa arriving in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day parade and then watch A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving (I love you, YouTube). However, turkey day has most definitely been on my..