Looking forward to something is a great feeling.
A morning of heels, organic juices and maccarons. I must have been good this month.
I have a confession to make. I have a slight crush on frank.
I know, I know. It might be a little too early for flowy dresses and bare legs, but when the Sydney sun decided to stay out for more than two hours I just couldn’t resist.
Holy wow, it’s cold.
And none of my friends back home hesitate a second to point out the fact that our 12 degree “winters” are just as “cold” as their springs or sometimes even summers. I don’t know if I should feel stupid or spoilt.
I’m not going to lie. I don’t understand people who don’t enjoy coffee.
Not saying you have to be slightly OTT like me – after all, I am from a country where we invented an entirely unique word just to decisive the act of having coffee with friends (“fika” – yes, it’s real). So three to four cups a day might be a little excessive.
I’m not sure why I am torturing myself with this post now. Perhaps it’s because it currently feels so far away from reality that I question if it ever happened. And if it did, what did it look like, feel like?
Well, a little something like this.
Man oh man.
When it gets tricky to focus in the gluten-free isle, you know you’ve been spending too much time in front of the computer.
So much to tell, so little time.
This my friends, was such a story that had to be told through a video. And a video tutorial at that, if you can even call it that.
I thought I’d share some travel secrets with you. Not only for you – but for my own benefit too, as I tend to create and foster a simple packing list that seems to work every time, but I tend to forget where I put it…