The hike to Kjeragbolten in Norway

When a couple of months ago I got a text from my friends living in Norway inviting me to come to Stavanger and go hiking the Kjerag, I didn’t think twice and said ‘yes’. Then again, I say yes to most adventures. Say yes and figure out later – always somehow works for me. But this time it was a tad different. Kjeragbolten. This rock…

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A simple hiking packing list for a weekend away

Heading out for a weekend hike is a great way to explore nature, and it’s important to bring the right gear. You want to make sure you have the basics: the sleep system, the insulation/clothing, food & calories, illumination, and navigation. When packing your backpack, you want to have everything heavy at the bottom of your back. Keep all your heaviest items close to your…

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The Seven Sisters Hike: Seaford to Eastbourne

The Seven Sisters - beautiful view over the cliffs

My love for hiking has blossomed after moving to London. Same as with my other passions, London has had a big influence in figuring out what I enjoy the most and what sets my soul on fire. Adventures (big or small), walking, exploring, house music, gigs, festivals – to name a few of them. I should admit that when it comes to my UK bucket…

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Stockholm weekend travel guide – what to do in Stockholm in 48 hours

Stockholm is one of my favorite cities in the world! Beautiful green spaces, islands, galleries, stylish designs, great food and the chance to linger on bridges under big Nordic skies…this city got all the hygge stuff you need in life! Stockholm is the perfect place to visit for a long weekend, and you can easily get a good feel for it in a few days!…

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It’s Ok to let go of those who are no longer right for you

Its ok to let go

I don’t know where to start.. Maybe I’ll start with how and why I’ve decided to write this post – which will probably be a little bit personal. I was supposed to go hiking today. I’ve planned the route, booked the train tickets and all. But I woke up this morning with a million thoughts rushing through my brain – thoughts from ‘what to eat…

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Minimalist Packing: How to travel with less

Do you want to know how to travel with less? Here’s my ultimate minimalist packing list and some tips to help you start packing with less on the road!

I’ve been living a rather minimalistic lifestyle for last 2 or so years and am enjoying it so much. As opposed to many people I know, owning less stuff makes me so much happier. Starting a journey towards minimalism has helped me to find out what is most important to me, what adds value to my life and makes me happy and content. And I’m…

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My Minimalism Journey: How it all started

For last 2.5 years, minimalism has been a huge part of my life. I see minimalism as a mindset. It encompasses emotions, relationships, friendships, commitments, work, basically everything.

Last Sunday, I sat down with my journal and a cup of coffee to write down my goals for next week. While I started scribbling a few things on the notepad, I started thinking about my minimalism journey, and how I came to love minimalism. Minimalism is a word that gets difficult to say if you say it too many times – as it’s becoming…

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How to start decluttering your mind, time and home

Decluttering your mind, time and home can be the biggest project you’ll ever undertake, and it’s important to intentionally choose where to start. Here’s my story + some tips and insights on how and where to start decluttering to get you started.

Decluttering is definitely not an overnight process. Of course, you can physically declutter all your stuff over a weekend. But it is only just the beginning. The hardest part is when you try to stick to it, and not start buying more, try to avoid temptations such as shopping on your phone, or popping by nearby charity shop and buying something which makes you feel…

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King’s day in Amsterdam

King's Day in Amsterdam

Celebrating King’s Day in Amsterdam has been in my bucket list for a few years and I am so happy that I have finally ticked it off this year! King’s Day was formerly known as Queen’s Day and is a national holiday in the Netherlands that has been around since 1885, celebrating the birth of the then Queen Wilhelmina.  This party is, in fact, a…

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How to spend 3 days in Amsterdam

Amsterdam canal views

Amsterdam is up there with my favourite cities in Europe.  It’s one of those cities that has something for everyone. Parts of it are very touristy, but there’s definitely more to it than weed and Red Light District. So, if you haven’t yet been – it’s time you started planning your adventure there. I am lucky enough to have visited Amsterdam 3 times already and I…

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