Hello there! In just about a week I am off to England, and I thought I'd get myself to the hairdressers while I'm there. I'm one of those girls that hate going to get their hair cut, I'm so afraid to leave the salon hating what I've done. This means that I've been stuck with the exact same hairstyle for as long as I can remember.

I love the length of my hair, but the weight of it means that I've lost all volume, so I thought I'd be brave and get a slight – very thin, and easy to hide –fringe going, haha! I'm so inspired by Anette Hovland lately, and absolutely loving her hair and blog. As for the colour, mine has never been touched, but I am so soooo tired of the yellow sheen and would love to brighten it a bit for summer. 

The style ⇑ & The colour ⇓

Wishing everyone a very lovely day, and would love to hear your thoughts! x

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Hello everyone! I thought I'd finally tell you about my not-so-long trip to Stockholm last week. At about 04:05 Thursday morning I dragged myself out of bed, popped the kettle on, got packed and ready in a hurry and ran for the tram. Fast forward a few hours, we'd just arrived and left our bags at the hotel.

Handelsdagarna

The trip is a tradition for each committee at Karrieredagene, where I am Head of Communications, where we're invited to Handelsdagarna at Stockholm School of Economics to see their version of the same kind of event and hopefully get a bit inspired. Seeing what they've achieved in a year and learning the dos and don't from their experience what definitely of great help for us.

It was lovely to finally make a trip to Stockholm, a city so close, that I've never actually managed to get to before now. It was about time, and I cannot wait to go back and see more some other day! Have you ever been?

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Good evening, lovelies! The past twenty four hours have been some of the busiest of my entire night. I'll get back to that later, but for now I thought I'd show you the amazing brunch we had in Stockholm this morning. Let me tell you, there is no way I can go back to eating frozen pizza after a night out, and if I lived near STHLM Brunch Club I'd have no money to spend on anything else.

Stockholm Brunch Club

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Coat & bag from Vero Moda | Sunglasses from H&M | Scarf from Cubus

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I'm just a tad late this time, but I usually start off every month by printing a new, free, monthly calendar from Pinterest, and every week by printing a weekly one. I find that even though I have my main calendar on my phone, having one hanging over my desk at home keeps me extra organised. The weekly one especially helps me plan my dinners for every day of the week, which keeps me from going to the shop and spending a whole lot of money I could actually be saving.

Monthly Calendar - Here | Weekly Planner - Here

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The first week (or let's be honest, six days) of the Nouw 30 day challenge, tought me quite a bit about myself as a blogger. It definitely gave my blog a massive boost. But last Saturday evening I noticed I was blogging simply just to blog. I was creating content that even I didn't want to read, and what's the point of that? And with that I gave my self a break, some time to rethink the situation, but I'm back now – with clear intentions to keep on going. 

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A few weeks back I invested in a new camera. I've had my other one for about ten years, and I felt it was about time for a upgrade, this time buying one that wasn't heavy lugging around everywhere. So, after a lot of research I ended up buying the Lumix GX800, which was lighter and nearly as pretty as the Olympus Pen. However I do feel like it's taking some time to get used to. If anyone out there has any good tips or settings that work well with a camera like this, I'd love your advice.

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I come from a family who travels a lot. It's what we prioritise, and it's our lifestyle, and most importantly it's how we stay in touch with each other with members living all over Europe. So, since the beginning of December I've slowly been planning this year's trips, and I thought I'd share them with you.

Stockholm: First off this year is a two day trip to Stockholm with the rest of the committee for Karrieredagene to experience a recruitment event at another business school. Despite living in the neighbouring country I've actually never been to the city before, so it's about time!

England: Second up is a trip to England with my Mum to visit the family. Until I moved out we used to be there at least four-five times a year, but with all that's happened since then the trips have become more and more seldom, and I miss it you know? The place, my grandparents' house, the family, the atmosphere, everything.

Kiel: Later on in the spring we are going on a girls trip to Kiel, in Germany on the ferry because my friend Kristin won tickets while shopping. We went to Copenhagen together last year, and it was the most fun I've had in ages, so I can't wait for new adventures.

Rome: I've been to Italy quite a bit through out my life, and I have never actually stopped to see Rome, but this is the third year my Dad is going there to take some art courses for his many degrees, so how can I not?

Lanzarote: Another big trip this year, if it's doable is going back to Lanzarote with my Dad to do a bit more diving, and explore the world under water even further.

An adventure: For about five years or so my Aunt and I have taken yearly trips to different destinations to spend some quality time together as she is based in England and I live in Norway. It's an easy way for us to combine seeing one another and exploring new and exciting places. We don't know where yet, but we just logged off a little FaceTime session planning when.

New York: This one I have no clue how I am going to manage, or who with, but somehow I am determined to get my self to New York by the end of 2018. The trips to the US I've been on so far have been an adventure, and nothing to complain about, but I absolutely fell in love with New York City. Who wouldn't?! My mind has been set on going back, and seeing more ever since I sat myself back on the plane home to Norway the last time I was there.

Barcelona: Finally, as we do every year, our family and friends always head to Spain in October. It's where we lived for a while, it's where we always go, it's our second home, and my favourite place. And even though I've been there about a thousand times, I keep noticing posts on Instagram of corners of the city I've never seen.

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So, today it begins, the 30 day challenge. And what better way to start it off than a post full of the inspiration? Both my blog and my Instagram have up till now been quite dull, so it's time for a change. From now on I want my photos to be more natural and simple, instead of over-edited and full of noise, inspired by this little moodboard.

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I've been sat here for about 2 hours wondering what to write. I'm not sure whether that is because last night tired me out that much, or whether it's because I have absolutely no clue where to begin in describing the year that has just gone by. It was the year I met my closest friends in Oslo, and the big city finally began to feel like home. It was the year I got my open water diving licence, and the year I laid out flat on a sun lounger in Greece for a week with my aunt. It was the year I finally moved in to a proper flat, where I had space to decorate and make it my own. It was Copenhagen, a new job, travels, family and friends. So here's to 2018, I can't wait to see what you bring of surprises and new experiences.

Happy New Year darlings! x

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