I can’t remember where I first saw the review for this, and when I picked it up, though I know it is recent, and I might have seen it on one of the many book blogs I skim through Feedly. (Amazon tells me I bought it 9 days ago.) I’d like to say I picked it… Continue reading Review: 10% Happier
There are two distinctions to be made here: Travelling alone to meet someone else at a set destination, or Travelling by yourself to spend time in your own company.
The next step in my Oslo exploration was a trip to the Munch museum. I walked down to it in the snow. Considering that I came in from the chill, the museum felt overly warm. Probably better to visit when the temperatures are better outside. The collection at the Munch museum is actually more extensive… Continue reading Munch museum
Picture from last year – for wishing you all a very happy new year! May 2014 be filled with good things for all of you!
Knitting my way through the pattern on the sweater. Hopefully soon done!
The past couple of years I have failed at Nanowrimo. (National Novel Writing Month.) Like many others. Pure and simple – I either – didn’t have the time to sit down every day and get in the 1667 words on average that is required to reach 50,000 words. Didn’t get a good enough start the… Continue reading Nanowrimo vs. 12 week year
I’m generally not an autumn person. I don’t like it when it gets colder outside, which (in Norway) happens just about when the calendar hits September 1. This year we’ve been fortunate, and have had a very mild season. But what I do love about autumn – the changing colours. This was taken in the… Continue reading Favourite things in nature
Well, I started out, intending to make Baked Beet Chips. Then came an unfortunate accident with my mandoline slicer, in which I sliced off a piece of my right thumb. Which, actually is even less fun than it sounds. And it does not sound like fun at all. Rushing around, trying to stop the flow… Continue reading Baked Beet Chips (Or the story of a thumb)