Sharing endless conversations over coffee and rye bread. Never done. Nothing else is needed. In these moments I want time to stop, I don’t want to have the clock ticking in the back of my head or the to-do-list that creeps closer. I just want to be here, in the cocoon we create together in […]
Ingredients 3 dl rice milk 1 banana 2 dl frozen blueberries 1/2 avocado 1/2 scoop rice protein 2 tsp ground flax seeds 1 tbsp agave
Less than a month ago… :/ I miss this so so much.
In school we had a two week project on norm criticism. The first week we were introduced to our different senses and, for example, how much we rely on sight and how sight is prioritized in our every day to day lives. People designing the world we live in don’t take all kind of people […]
This is the countryside place where I have spent almsot every summer of my life. I think there are two exceptions during almost 30 years. 🙂 Naturally this place is special to me. When I come here it grounds me, my grandparents and the forest ground me, center me, calm me. I know this place. […]
Since I adore my morning coffee moment I discovered another problem with it. The tray. Once I have placed my coffee cup and milk jar onto the tray to take them from the kitchen into the living room both slid around the glossy melamine surface, risking to spill their contents and fall off the tray. […]
The recipes are from a wonderful French bread book written by Éric Kayser I bought at T Side Daikanyama, Tokyo. Every time I bake I remember the nights spend there, flickering through books and magazines for hours. I wish Stockholm had such a place too; a place to study; with a coffee shop to recharge; […]
Here is the link to where the pictures were published back in 2014.
For me, it is difficult to allow myself rest. Oftentimes I feel like I can do more and work harder. My worry of not moving forward keeps me up at night. But hard work demands recharging and to push pause every now and again. To respect the rest is as much part of the effort […]