Hello again!

In my last post I was on my way to Portugal for Europeans. Now that I'm back home I thought I would share some snaps and tell briefly about the trip.
So the matches didn't really go that well... I didn't really expect anything but since it was my last junior Europeans it would have been nice if it had gone a bit better.
I was also a bit dissapointed how badly the whole tournament was organized but it got better day by day.
The tournament was held in a city called Guimarães, which is located near Porto. Fortunately I had time to visit the city of Porto with my father, which was one of the highlights of the trip!:)
Porto was a really cute city with a lot of hills and an amazing beach!

Right now I'm at home and I have just finished packing for my trip to Croatia tomorrow. I'm meeting up Jan there and we'll spend ten amazing days exploring the Croatian coast.

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Hey everyone!
Right now I'm in Munich waiting for our flight to Porto. I thought I would write a quick update about the past few weeks.

As I wrote in the last post I was in Estonia playing North Europeans, which went okay but not that good. I didn't really take any pics from there except of my amzing looking sushi in Tallinn!

After that I have spent a lot of time on my country place since my sister came with her children there! We went camping to an island one day which was super fun but it got a bit cold in the night...:D We also went climbing. I had never done it before but i will absolutely do it again! It was really fun and only scary in the beginning.

Then I had the preparation camp for Europeans. From there I don't have any pics but we didn't do much else than trained and ate.:D Well we also played frisbee-golf which was fun but I wasn't really good at it.. haha.

Yesterday we celebrated my sister's 22nd birthday with some mojitos and delicious moroccan food!

The weather has been pretty up and down but when the sun came out it was picnic time.:D

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Hey everyone!

As I said in my last post my phone broke and that´s why I haven´t done a post from northern Finland. But now I have a new and working phone so I thought I would share some snaps from Friday/Midsummer.

Me and some friends of mine were at my country place celebrating that and my eighteenth birthday. We ate super good food, went to the sauna and partied until late. Such a fun night with great company!

My real birthday was on Sunday but there wasn´t really any time for celebrations since I had to leave in the morning for North Europeans here in Estonia.

I will try to write a post about this tournament also but it also depends on if I get any nice pics from here. :D (I think the pictures are the best part of my blog posts :D)

The Midsummer fire was gorgeous and so was my friend Sara !


It feels so good to finally be 18!! :DD

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Hey everyone!

Happy summer to all! I´m sorry I´ve been so inactive lately but here comes the post about my vacation plans that was supposed to be up already last week. Oops... :D

Well anyway, my vacation has kicked off with a relaxing start but also with a hard table tennis camp that made my legs sore and my foot now feels broken... :D I hope it will go away since I have a lot table tennis this summer.

Right now I´m in northern Finland where most of my mom´s relatives live. I´m going to stay here for ten days. My grandfather, who also lives here, turned 80 last week so we are going to celebrate him.

On midsummer weekend when it´s my 18th birthday I will go with some friends and my family to my country place and celebrate. Not too big of a party though since the same day as I turn 18 I have to leave to Estonia for North European Youth Championships.

After a few camps and the North Europeans my season ends in Portugal at the European youth Championships. This is also the last year I can attend so I´m really excited and hope it will be a fun trip!

Just a few days after Portugal I will travel to Split, Croatia and meet Jan there. We then are going to explore the Croatian coast and then end our adventure in Budva, Montenegro.

After that it´s not long until my vacation is over and I start school as a senior!: Can´t wait to finally be done with school!

I believe this summer is going to be amazing and I wish everyone else´s too! Enjoy! :D

Oh and my phone broke so I don´t really know now with what I´m going to take or/and edit pics but I will try to figure it out. Here are some pics I took with Ia the day vacation started.



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Hey everyone!

Here are some photos of my outfit from last weeks Friday.

With summer vacation just around the corner I will have a post about my holiday plans up next week!

I´ve never done an outfit post before so I hope you like it. :D

The jacket is vintage with a small detail in the back.

Black velvet backpack from Bershka, sunglasses from Primark, shirt from Monki, the pants I don't from where they are and the shoes are from Nike.

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Hello everyone!

I hope you all had a great weekend and a happy Mother´s Day. My weekend was very relaxing and I thought I would show what I did with a few snaps I took on my phone.

On Saturday I first took a walk with my friend Ia and later that evening I met her and Julia in the city. We enjoyed some coffee before we went to the movies. We saw "Get out", which is a scary movie and it was actually surprisingly good! I recommend to go see that movie if you´re into scary movies!

On Sunday me, my father and my mother enjoyed a Mother´s Day lunch and a quick trip to our country place. .

The weather also happened to be really good this weekend and I´m keeping my fingers crossed that it will stay that way! You never know about the weather here in Finland...


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Hey guys!

I hope everyone are having a wonderful day. As the title says I´m going to list up 10 random facts about me. Lets get to it!

1. I´m the youngest out of five siblings. I´ve got three sisters and one brother. I don´t share the same mother with my oldest sister and brother but I still consider them as "whole" siblings. Since they are much older than me it leads to the following fact:

2. I became an aunt when I was two years old. Now I´m an aunt for four beautiful children from whom two are actually already teenagers.

From youngest to oldest. This photo is taken in Sweden about 2 years ago.

Above you can see my brothers beautiful children, and below you can see my sisters crazy and funny children. :D

3. I started playing table tennis when I was six years old. I´ve actually been visiting the hall ever since I was born because my father and all my siblings have played table tennis.

4. I used to play piano for three years.

5. At the age of 11 me and my friends enrolled in the schools talent show. We sang and actually won the whole competition. I was one of the lead singers which makes it weird that we won since my singing voice is terrible. :D

6. As a small kid I used to have totally blonde, almost white hair. Now with the years it has become a lot darker.

7. I was born with atopic dermatitis, which means I get red rashes and dry skin all over my body. I don´t really know from what it comes nor if it will ever go away. Usually I don´t have any of it in the summers but in the winters it tends to get pretty bad.

I´m about 4 years old in these pictures. And you can see I have practically white hair.

8. I HATE cold weather and overall just feeling cold! That's why the Finnish climate isn't ideal for me... I'm always as happiest when it's summer.

9. I've been to 25 different countries and only two of them has been outside of Europe. This picture is taken in Cyprus almost 2 years ago.

10. I turn 18 in exactly one month and 18 days! I´m so excited for it. :D

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Hey everybody!

I hope everyone had a lovely Easter break. I spent the weekend together with my boyfriend and my parents on our country place. I took a few extra days of holiday from school since Jan was visiting and we decided to take a day trip to Tallinn, Estonia. The sun was shining all day so we were really lucky with the weather. In Finland it was only snowing or raining... We were in such a hurry in the morning so we forgot to eat breakfast, but instead we ate on the ferry. It took us 2 hours to arrive to the harbor of Tallinn. We then walked to the old town and I showed Jan around since it was his first time there and I´ve been there a few times already. After walking for a long time it was time for lunch. I knew from before this cozy and adorable Mexican restaurant with really good margaritas. :D


We ended our trip with a little shopping and then a walk back to the harbor.

I wont be going on trips now for a while so I´m gonna try to start to write more about my lifestyle. I´m going to try to write once a week but sometimes (like in the past few weeks) I´m just too lazy haha.

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Hey!

It´s time for the last post about Spain. As the title says it is about Altea, which is a small city a bit north from Alicante. We took the train there one day, strolled around and then came back. Altea had a really Mediterranean vibe to it with its white houses and narrow streets. In the summertime it is probably an awesome place to visit.

Because we didn´t really do anything special there this post is mainly pictures. Hope you like them😊

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Hello everyone!

It´s time for me to tell about the city of Alicante, what we did and tips what you should do if you ever find yourself there. First of all, we stayed at the bed and breakfast La Milagrosa which was right next to the old town. Everything was within a walking distance so we didn´t have to use any public transports. Alicante isn´t that big so we had time to explore almost the whole city during our visit. A highlight from the trip was definitely climbing up to the Castell de la Santa Bárbara to watch the sunset. The view was breathtaking.

Unfortunately the weather was pretty windy and the sun wasn´t warm enough so we couldn´t spend any time on the beach. Altogether it was a great trip but one thing was missing, CHURROS!!! You´d think that there would be churros in Spain, but apparently not... Well anyway, here are my tips:D

1. Visit the Old town of Alicante. A lot of cute and colorful houses (great photo walls😉)

2. Watch the sunset from Castell de la Santa Bárbara.

3. Eat some delicious Spanish tapas at D´tablas. And other typical Spanish foods such as paella.

4. Have a museum day. Almost all the museums have free entrance and were really interesting. In one of the museums there happened to be an exhibition about vikings, which was super cool.

5. And if you enjoy shopping pay a visit to the mall La Plaza or the shopping street

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