For the last couple of weeks I've been living by myself.
And boy has it been refreshing!!!
I have always loved being alone, but I don't think I've ever understood how much I really need to be alone and take care of things in my own tempo and whenever I want.
Of courses I've been alone many times, but this time has been different.
I think that I've always had this childish though about being alone - like now I can do whatever I want like eat junk food and stay up all night. While this time I've been focusing on take care of myself and my home while being alone.
That's not as easy as you might think. It means cleaning, washing, go to bed early so you get enough sleep, plane your grocery list, go up early in the morning, go for a run and ecc. And I'm so proud over myself for actually making it and enjoying it as well!
I feel confident I'll do fine down in Australia and that I actually will turn out to become a great adult someday. But for now - I'll stay teenager and enjoy my alone time in this lovely house before I head down to Italy to meet up with my family again.

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Are you looking for a Italian made full canvas suit?
One made out of the best Italian material, in the same studio were Armani and many more famose suits are made? Then you should contact my dad - and his new company R I T Z Y .
He makes high quality suits and they are at good prizes and handmade to fit just you perfectly.
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Have a great day!✨


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This past month a lot has happened - we had a bridle shower for Emma and went to the wedding a couple of days later❤️

The bridle shower

The wedding

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Dear dear reader. I have some really big news to share with you. Some might be shocked, some sad and some happy over what I'm about to tell you.

The thing is that I'll move to a different country in September this year - and it's pretty far away. You guessed right! It's Australia!!
Yesterday I got my tickets and my visa. So now I'm all done. Today I put in my recognition letter at work - so my last day will be next month.
I'm now planing for my best friends wedding and taking my drivers license before I move. This is a really big deal for me, cause it will be the first time I'm all by myself. Well not totally alone cause my best friend Cassie is also living in Sydney and we'll be roommates so... but you understand what I mean! It will be the first time I move away from my parents, the people I know, my country and my language. I'm moving across the world to a new place where they don't even talk my language - so I will have to improve my English even more now😂.
I'm really exited! My plane is to stay for 6 month at least, but who knows it might be more - it might be less.
Anyway, for all the people that are reading this and freaking out and starts to worry about me - you're really sweet that you do, but you don't have to. I have this all planed out and this is not just a hasty move of mine - it's actually something I've been planing for quite some time now, I just didn't want to tell anyone until it all was booked.
I'm know it won't be the easiest thing to do - just moving to a new country and start a new job in a different language that I'm used to. But who wants to live easy?! That's not living - that's waiting.
And I don't want to wait for my life anymore. I'm going to start living and do everything I ever dreamt of doing, and much more✨

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Thought about life

Who walks right in to a big sign with their face and get it all scratched up and then almost also get a concision because the hit against the sign was so hard?
And who gets their hair burned off by a candle while at a white party?
And who has a way of making every situation in life difficult by just being themselves?
Well, ladies and gentlemen - you guessed right! It's me!!
Today I went out for a walk - in total darkness and meet a car with the lights all turned on. I got blinded and didn't see where I was going and all of the sudden - BAAM! I smash my face right up on a big wood sign and get my nose, my cheek and head all scraped up. And the "BANG" against the sign was so hard I'm still feeling dizzy.
I now have a bloody nose, tomorrow I will also have a blue eye and I now also have 2 big bumps on my forehead....
I'm still asking myself how I managed to give myself so many different fractures.
Guess we'll never know.

And some weeks ago we had a white party arranged by my work. We were having a blast; dancing, eating, laughing ecc.
All of the sudden a women with a big bowl of alcoholic drinks walks past me, and the thing she's carrying the drinks in has sparkling candles attached to it.
She is really short compared to me(the women carrying the drinks and fire) and when she passes me I can feel my head get really really warm. Like hurtfully warm. I pull my hand throw my hair and as I do so I see and feel my hair falling off. (Not much though, but still - IT WAS MY HAIR!!)
Like she literally burnt my hair off!!!

And the third thing is that every time I enter a room something awful or really embarrassing happens. There is no exceptions.
I just have to breath to accomplish a catastrofi.

Maybe it's my dizzy, half messed up brain speaking now but - being this clumsy awkward person somehow is what makes me ME. And I've finally accepted that.
And the positive thing about being so clumsy and awkward as I am is that everyone at least get them self a good laugh while hanging with me.
And that's good!
I will be honest, I'm not really proud of who I am all the time, but at least I'm not embarrassed anymore of my real me - cause I can laugh and make fun of myself now, and that's always a good thing.
Being clumsy sucks, but the good thing is that it can make so many people smile and laugh that it all of a sudden feels worth it - even if you just made the biggest fool out of yourself.
So remember that no matter how hard you hit your head or how much you burn of your hair, tomorrow you'll be able to tell the best story to your friends and make everyone laugh WITH you about your crazy little misfortune.

Ps. Another unlucky thing that has been happening is that I always miss my besties calls from Australia. Sorry about that hun. And as you can see I lleft you on of the corner of this picture just to let you know I haven't forgotten about you 😂❣️

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Today it's been 30 days!!! 30 days in the #nouw30daychallege is now over! (In a way finally!)
Lately it's been so hard finding time to write every day. It went from having a blast to a thing I "HAD" to do every day.
When I now look over my month I can see how I went from personal and happy, to "let's get this over with" and I don't know what to write today, let's post pictures.".
I'm not saying I'm not happy with what I have been sharing, it's just it hasn't been as genuine as it was from the start.
This month has been a challenge for me, cause I don't like feeling like I have to do something, but I proved to myself and everyone else that I could do it! That's all that I wanted out from this challenge for starters - to be able to say "I made it!".

Now the month has ended and I will take a blog break.
I'll focus on my work and family and friends. And have some time for myself and meditate on instead of typing.
I'll start training again and I have made a new challenge for myself that's starts on Monday - #30DaysOfGoingToSleepAt22Challange
And if I make that till next month I'll start my #GetDownTo65KgChallenge

When I've made my goals I'll start new once and I'll share them to!
But for this time, good bye and thank you for hanging on and reading my blog everyday for the last couple of 30 days❣️

I hope you all have a beautiful new month!

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Today it's a new blog week for me, but it's also my last #nouw30daychallenge week.
Today I will be talking about the best songs in different Disney movies, but that haven't gotten the kind of "fame" that they actually deserve.

Tomorrow I'll be write about how I've felt like this challenged has been, hard/easy - you know what I mean.
And I'll after tomorrow be taking a small blog-break and I'll tell you more tomorrow what I will do instead.

But about today.
Here are some of the best songs in Disney movies that you might have forgotten!

Don't all these songs just make you feel all fuzzy inside❤️
At least I do.

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Today I'll be reminding you of some movies you've probably forgotten, but that you've then also probably seen... (or maybe you haven't...) And of course will it's be a mix of different types of genres.

Today is also the last day of February and that means there's only 2 more days left of the #nouw30dayschallenge !
It's been a really fun experience writing everyday, but it will also be nice to not have that anxiety of "Having" to write everyday.
So for you that have found it really hard or annoying keeping up with my blog lately - I have good news, I will cool it down a bit with the writing after this challenge.
And for you that have found it fun to read my blog everyday - I have good news to you to - I will still be writing often, but just not everyday.
Enough of the future, let's focus on now.

So let's get this post started - here are the movies you had forgotten.

Blades Of Glory (2007)

Remember when John Heder was a thing? After the surprise success of Napoleon Dynamite, a movie that - today - pretty much defines the idea of a "cult" film, this guy was deemed popular enough to headline a comedy movie with Will Ferrell like it was the most natural thing in the world. And you know what? It kind of was. Nowadays you rarely hear about Blades of Glory, but this is a great, underrated comic gem crammed with ridiculously memorable comic sequences and brilliant one-liners. Ferrell also delivers one of his defining "obnoxious" performances as shamed iceskating champ Chazz Michael Michaels, whilst Heder - who has since disappeared into obscurity - effortlessly matches him as the child-like Jimmy McElroy. Formulaic in places, but genuinely funny from start to finish, Blades of Glory also features great appearances from the likes of Amy Poehler and Will Arnett, who play, uh, incestual siblings.

Erin Brockovich (2000)

Erin Brockovich is one of those movies that absolutely everybody has heard of, and yet... it seems to have slipped out from the minds of the public in recent times, despite the fact that - back in the day - it was a popular cultural touchstone of the highest order. So chances are that you've seen the movie, but when was the last time you actually thought about it? Because - let's face it - who talks about Erin Brockovich anymore? Nobody, that's who! A shame, then, given that Steven Soderbergh's biological drama makes for damn good entertainment. Though the plot sounds kind of annoying on paper ("woman sues energy company"), this was the movie that won Julia Roberts an Oscar, whilst the film itself was nominated for Best Picture and Best Director. If you haven't given this a single thought since 2000, it's time to go back and watch Roberts working her magic; it really holds up.

Margin Call (2011)

J.C. Chandor's third picture, A Most Violent Year, has just been released into theatres and is earning rave reviews for its depiction of capitalism in '80s New York and a tour de force performance from up and coming actor Oscar Issac. But Chandor, the son of a Wall Street banker, has dealt in such territories before - albeit with a somewhat different approach. Margin Call, then, which found its way into cinemas back in 2011 but still remains relatively unknown to mainstream audiences, gets its claws into the unmistakable mess that was the 2007-2008 financial crisis. It's a smart, elegant and totally relevant movie, featuring brilliant performances from the likes of Kevin Spacey, Jeremy Irons, Paul Bettany and Stanley Tucci. If the title doesn't sell it to you, give the movie ten minutes to convince you of its worth: you'll be hooked.

Wonder Boys (2000)

Wonder Boys. Oh, Wonder Boys. You must remember this picture? Of course you do! It was that comedy starring Michael Douglas and Elijah Wood. It got really greta reviews and the performances were massively praised and it was nominated for two Oscars and the studio believed in it so much that they released it twice because it flopped the first time and they wanted to give it another chance... Everybody knows Wonder Boys. Don't they? Not ringing a bell, you say? Okay, so Wonder Boys is not a movie that has found its way into the pantheon of popular culture in the way that Dead Poets Society did. The super irritating thing about that concerns the fact Wonder Boys - somewhat similar as it is to that Robin Williams flick - is a far superior movie, horribly underrated in every way and featuring genuinely masterful performances from all of its lead actors. The plot (Michael Douglas teaches creative writing) might seem like business as usual, but this is such a great, watchable and genuinely witty movie that it's only fair - by law - that everyone who somehow forgot that it was a motion picture needs to make it a priority to watch it again. Robert Downey Jr. is in it as well, if that helps? It does? Excellent.

Along Came Polly (2004)

So: we liked this one. It's rarely cited when people discuss the cinema of Ben Stiller, Jennifer Aniston and the late, great Philip Seymour Hoffman, but it's got a few chuckles to its name. Tonally, it feels quite close to director John Hamburg's other hit movie, I Love You Man, that would follow in 2009. A sizeable hit on its original release, Along Came Polly nonetheless lasted just one week at number one, before along came The Butterfly Effect instead.

I Love You Man (2009)

Wait what? Didn't you remember this? The movie about the friendless Peter Klaven that goes on a series of man-dates to find a Best Man for his wedding. But, when his insta-bond with his new B.F.F. puts a strain on his relationship with his fiancée, can the trio learn to live happily ever after?
Oh man you forgot? Re-watch now!

Murder By Numbers (2002)

A pair of teenage murderers (Gosling and Pitt) commit what they believe is a "perfect murder," until a detective (Bullock) becomes obsessed with the case and begins poking around. Cue the mind games between the murderers and the detective, as well as between the murderers themselves. Is it worth remembering then? Yes. This low key pseudo remake of Rope is an early show of talent from Pitt and Gosling, with both playing off of each other incredibly well. Also, this is one of Sandra Bullock’s better films from the early ‘00s, despite being sandwiched in between some of her more notable accomplishments.

Cinderella Man (2005)

Cinderella Man tells the true story of James Braddock (Crowe), a depression era boxer who comes out of retirement, only to begin a whirlwind streak of wins that crowned him "the Cinderella Man." Braddock goes from being a boxer with a broken hand to the man who defeated Max Baer in his prime, and his triumphs and setbacks are all chronicled here.
Is it worth our time to remember and re-watch? Definitely. Ron Howard’s underseen masterpiece was instantly recognized as an underdog, and it’s one of the best sports films of the modern era; possibly of all time. If you ever need inspiration in life, and sports movies are your thing, this is the movie you should be watching.

Rumor Has It…(2005)

Sarah (Aniston) has just come home for her sister’s wedding, which should be a time of joy and good memories. Unfortunately, not everyone sees it that way, as her grandmother (McClane) not only divulges information that makes her question who her real father is, she also informs her that she might be "the" Mrs. Robinson that inspired the character in The Graduate.
Always fun to remember old things, right? Right?

Lawless (2012)

Prohibition may have stopped the liquor from flowing, but it didn’t stop the Bondurant boys (Hardy, LaBoeuf, and Clarke) from making and moving moonshine on the backroads of Virginia. They love, they fight, and they deal with both the mob and the law (Pearce) coming into their neck of the woods – in this historically based drama.
So is it worth a comeback? Yes, it surely is. Lawless was one of the unfortunate casualties of summer 2012’s box office, and it’s a damned shame. This flick plays up the slick outlaw angle to no end, and even makes hay with a cameo supporting role from Gary Oldman as a local gangster, as well as Guy Pierce’s psychotic lawman.


This was all for now, hope you remembered some good old movies now that you might feel the urge to re-watch. If so, my work here is done!
But anyway, till tomorrow! Byee

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Today is about timeless movies.
I mean like the classics.
There's so many good once, but I don't have the time for them all today, so I'll only do 3.

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1. Breakfast at Tiffany's
2. Oliver Twist
3. How to kill a Mockingbird

If you haven't seen these 3 movies, then see them now! They are just a few of all the timeless movies that are must see's!

Breakfast at Tiffany's is a 1961 American romantic comedy film directed by Blake Edwards and written by George Axelrod, loosely based on Truman Capote's novella of the same name. Starring Audrey Hepburn and George Peppard, and featuring Patricia Neal, Buddy Ebsen, Martin Balsam, and Mickey Rooney, the film was initially released on October 5, 1961 by Paramount Pictures.

Hepburn's portrayal of Holly Golightly as the naïve, eccentric socialite is generally considered to be the actress's most memorable and identifiable role.

Oliver Twist is a 2005 drama film directed by Roman Polanski. The screenplay by Ronald Harwood is based on the 1838 novel of the same name by Charles Dickens.

The film was preceded by numerous adaptations of the Dickens book, including several feature films, three television movies, two miniseries, and a stage musical that became an Academy Award-winning film.


To Kill a Mockingbird is a 1962 American drama filmdirected by Robert Mulligan. The screenplay by Horton Foote is based on Harper Lee's 1960 Pulitzer Prize-winning novel of the same name. It stars Gregory Peck as Atticus Finch and Mary Badham as Scout.

The film, considered to be one of the best ever made, received overwhelmingly positive reviews from critics and was a box-office success, earning more than 10 times its budget. The film won three Academy Awards, including Best Actor for Peck, and was nominated for eight, including Best Picture.

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I'm a sucker for TV shows.
I love them! I'm obsessed! If I start watching one (even if it's bad) I can't stop watching it!
So today I'm going to share the names of some of the shows that I've watched or am still watching. (It will be a mix of all types, so embrace yourself)

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1. Sherlock
2. New Girl
3. This is us
4. Glee
5. The Mentalist
6. Bones
7. Suits
8. Blacklist
9. Timeless
10. Without a trace
11. NCIS
12. Quantico
13. Pretty little liars
14. Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt
15. How I met your mother
16. Friends
17. Fresh Prince of Bel Air
18. Lie to me
19. Castle
20. White Collar

(Alla bilder är i nummer ordning från vänster till höger)

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