Moments of the Week #1

Tulip trees windy

Ugens momenter. Et behov for at opsummere hvad den forgange uge har budt på, hvad tiden er blevet brugt på, for tiden er der både så meget og alligevel så lidt af. Tiden går så frygtelig stærkt, og inden man får set sig om, står man ved den næste milepæl i livet, uden helt at kunne huske, hvordan man er kommet derhen. Den forgangne uge har budt på lidt af hvert, men mest af alt har specialet følgelig fyldt en stor del – og alligevel er der blevet plads til forbedringer på forskellige områder, og til at nyde nogle af de glæder, som livet bringer med sig. English recap below.
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Moments of the Week #1

Weekly Tip #3: Skincare is Self-care

Skincare kiehlsFor a long period of time (read years!) I haven’t really been that much into my skincare routine – which I deeply regret after trying out the products I have come to swear to.
In my early teenage years I was all about skincare; good, solid products that cleansed my skin, made it look radiant and left me with the feeling of taking care of myself and my looks (no matte how superficial that might sound). The Clinique 3-step skincare programme was my dearest friend, but at a point, and I have no idea why, I didn’t care that much about it anymore. I honestly think I took it for granted – the feeling, the beautiful, spotless skin – and at a point I discovered, that I didn’t need to spend so much money on my products, given my skin was flawless and moisturised itself whether I used expensive, dermatologic products or not.  Continue reading “Weekly Tip #3: Skincare is Self-care”

Weekly Tip #3: Skincare is Self-care

Chia-Coconut-Walnut Porridge

Porridge with berries, chia hempWhen it comes to breakfast, I like it easy. Like really easy. Even though it takes no time cooking eggs, making an omelette or what not, I just don’t want to spend time on it during weekdays. I have always loved a good porridge, and as far as I remember, I have been eating a good and solid porridge almost every morning since I was 16. The past few years it seems that my appetite has changed though. I’m not as hungry in the morning as I used to be, which I find to be quite odd. Some days I eat breakfast at 10 AM, while other days I can be starving as i roll out of bed by 7.  Continue reading “Chia-Coconut-Walnut Porridge”

Chia-Coconut-Walnut Porridge

Weekly Tip #2: Meditation

Meditation buddhaToday I want to tip you on meditation, on why and on how to. Meditating is something that used to be a part of my every day, but somehow we fell apart and for a long time there was a huge distance between us. I used to meditate every day when I was younger, when I had less thins to do and when my life somehow seemed more “easy” and more manageable. Perhaps it seemed that way because I meditated; I’m more like to believe that it seemed that way because that was how it was though.  Continue reading “Weekly Tip #2: Meditation”

Weekly Tip #2: Meditation

8 Simple Things To Simplify Your Everyday Life

TidydeskHow often do you feel overwhelmed? Overwhelmed by all the things you need to do; clean the dishes, do the laundry, reply to your e-mails, do your assignment, write that blog post you’ll need to get done, do the groceries, work on your own project and what not. Continue reading “8 Simple Things To Simplify Your Everyday Life”

8 Simple Things To Simplify Your Everyday Life

Weekly Tip #1: Reading In the Morning

motivational booksI’m introducing a new serial: The Weekly Tip – even though Tuesday Tip actually sounds better. Nevertheless I feel the urge to share some of my tips, some of them regarding productivity, positivity, mindfulness, planning and goal setting and some in regards to other things like cooking, what to wear and how to’s. Continue reading “Weekly Tip #1: Reading In the Morning”

Weekly Tip #1: Reading In the Morning

Spend An Entire Hour Writing 

Creative writingWhen was the last time you sat down and spent an entire hour writing? Just writing. About  your day, your thoughts on your goals and dreams, your family, your life in general, your ideas, your home, your feelings, your nightly dreams, your habits, your friendships, your gratitude or just merely about whatever comes to your mind.
An entire hour of writing will do you good. Trust me. I have done this for many years now with shorter or longer breaks from it, but I always keep coming back. It’s soul food and it’s merely mindfulness. Continue reading “Spend An Entire Hour Writing “

Spend An Entire Hour Writing