Good morning!

I stumble across this video on my news feed and I just find this absolutely amazing!
For those with a sustainable mindset this is something you should invest in.
The average family produces over 400 pounds of food waste per year.
I haven't done any research if they ship world wide, but whenever it comes to Sweden, this will be one of the first investments I will get to my household.

Happy Sunday Everyone,
and stay cozy xx

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I know I have posted videos with Koi before, but he is one person that I get very inspired from... and he shares the same values in life, like I do. Watch the video and get inspired. I have already got rid of some social media platforms and deleted a few people on instagram. I will now fill my instagram account with people who I think inspire and makes me excited about life. Those who posts about materialistic things in order to "show off" on their instagram accounts are now gone.

More about spirituality, veganism, minimalism, yoga, meditation on my newsfeed. :)

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Now when I am looking back I am quite happy that I didn't have that much money to spend when I lived in the UK. Obviously it was hard at times in order to be able to pay the rent, bills and have grocery to last for the month. There were days when I had to live on a bowl of rice for a few days. I never had any money over to go out and hang out with my friends, which made me feel quite lonely most of the times. Everything was so expensive in the UK. To live on a minimum wage (£7.20 an hour).

But now I am quite thankful for it as I do not waste money like I used to do before. Maybe my minimalist mindset takes part of that as well. Every single time I walk in to a store I always asks myself, will this item bring me any joy or purpose to my life? Do I really need it? Usually its a no and I put it back where it was.

This is something I will continue to carry with me into the new year and hopefully for the rest of my life.

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I wanted to talk about something beautiful. An organisation called Tuva's Day . Tuva was a 4 year old girl from Varberg with brain cancer. She had a wish to have a Pippi Longstocking-birthday party and 31 of May her wish came true. Two weeks later she became an angel in the sky. After that her parent's started this organisation to give other children with cancer to get one of their wishes come true.

We,, at The Body Shop in Falkenberg are supporters and we got the bracelets and mugs in our store if you would like to take part and do a donation. You can also find the items in their online store here: Varberg for Life

If you are a business and would like to make a donation of 1000 SEK or above, you can contact Martin on: 0721-853858 or send an email to: martin@varbergforliv.se

Together we are stronger

Lots of love xx

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1. Do you know any other languages? Apart from Swedish and English, I know a bit of Spanish and Japanese. Spanish; I am starting to understand due to my boyfriend speaks Spanish, and when I visit his family they majority of the time they keep speaking in Spanish. I understand more when I hear it but I can't really speak it. Apart from the basic words such as: "Hi how are you?", "My name is...", "Thank you", "Hurry up", "Let's go", "up!", "I love you" "Fatty", "One large beer, please", haha. Japanese: I learned everything from Anime. True story. I am into Japanese Drama as well. However that's more difficult to keep up with sometimes as they can mumble and speak very fast! I'd love to be fluent in Japanese in the future. At the moment its very minimal.

2. Have you ever been out of the country, if so where? I've been to Denmark a few times. Majority of them was when I was a child so I do not remember much, apart from taking the ferry and I got sea sick, haha. The other one when I was 18 and I managed to fall asleep to a metal concert, haha. I don't know how I was so freaking tired that day. Then I've been to the UK a few times (Norwich, Oxford, London, Reading, Windsor, Eton and Brighton), Harare, Gweru and Vic Falls in Zimbabwe. In USA I've been to: New York, Philadelphia, Chicago and Minnesota. Paris in France and at last Sunny Beach in Bulgaria. I Think that's all the places I've been to. Out of all places I must say Zimbabwe was my favorite.

3. Can you cook? Yes, I can. I really enjoy cooking. I love have a look through Pinterest and just get inspired for new recipes :)

4. Where do you buy your groceries? ICA Supermarket! :D

5. Do you wear contacts or glasses? I used to wear contacts way back, but right now I stick to glasses. So simple. There are times I just don't wear the glasses.. even though I really should.

6. Do you have any pets? Sadly no. I used to have a hamster, rabbit and 3 cats.. They were so adorable. Sadly I am allergic to cats now which I am quite upset about. But I wish to get a dog in the near future. When both me and my boyfriend got a good income we will look into it :)

7. Have you ever had an all-nighter? YES AND NEVER AGAIN! I did a night-shift at topshop once (When I was working in central london) I started my shift at 10PM and finished at 7AM. Right after that I had to leave for University and I was there the whole day. Worst. day. ever. I remember I had to go to a special fashion event as well and I looked like hell, haha.

8. If you could only eat one type of dish the rest of your life, which one would that be? I would easily go for vegan sushi. I am obsessed! Avocado maki, yes please!

9. What are you passionate about? I am very passionate about Veganism and Sustainability. I started to look into minimalism and trying to live of the guidelines. I must say, I do feel much better with less clutter. Purified.

10. If you could be a cartoon character, who would it be? Sailor Jupiter from Sailor Moon, maybe? Or Totoro, haha.

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Leo DiCaprio has been working on this documentary for 3 years and it will be available for everyone to see from the 30th of October to the 6th of November on many social media platforms. Such as: Twitter, YouTube, Facebook, Amazon, iTunes, Googleplay and National Geographic. I am so excited to see this documentary. It's so important! I can't believe there's people out there who thinks climate change is a hoax.

I know for sure, on the 30th or the 31st (as soon its available) I'll be in front of my laptop and watching this!
As soon as I find it, I'll share it here on my blog. xx

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What a surreal day. So, the day before I stayed awake until very late.. Maybe drinking an energy drink until very late probably isn't the greatest idea. However, I managed to fall asleep after midnight. My alarm went off at 5am. I got myself ready and left the house at 6.30. Me and Beni took the train towards London Paddington. We managed to arrive at 8 as we arranged.. A.W.S.O.M.E. Beacuse there wasn't that many people ahead of us (and there wasn't a queue to collect Beni's wristband either). The staff at Debenhams took very well care for all of us. Gave us bottle of water and coffee to keep us warm (and a free bag). When it turned 10am they opened up the doors. Already at 10.30 I got to meet Kat. She was so kind and sweet. i did hesitate for a bit to give the painting I made the night before. But I gave it anyways. She really liked it :)

One thing is that I wished she could've signed my book. But the fact she wants to meet all 3.000 of us, I understand it wouldn't be possible. Maybe some other time in the future :) Being an early bird and standing outside in the cold at 8am to get a great amount of hugs and a nice chat with her, was def worth it!

xxx

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It feels weird. Knowing you are not with us anymore. All the time we have spent together I will treasure in my memories. This isn't a good bye,, it's a "I will see you soon". Hope you have a good time above the clouds together with your dogs, dear Aunt.

Lots of love
xx

#fuckcancer

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