Tag Archive: Children

Homecoming

Recipe for an amazing homecoming weekend: Have a smooth train ride. Arrive with a smile. Hug your mom. Enjoy her food and company. Have a good glass of wine. Have a rest. Bike… Continue reading

Hope For Children

I’m in Riga, Latvia, leaving tomorrow. I’ve been here as a part of a project between the hotel group I work for, Clarion Collection by Nordic Choice Hotels and the Latvian help organization Hope For… Continue reading

Distance got nothing on us

I woke up way too early in my friend’s apartment with last night’s makeup and an aching head. But the sun was shining and I had an important Skype date to attend… No… Continue reading

The Green School

Now, my second advice for anyone visiting Ubud (along with the yoga centres, temples, spas, art galleries and endless craft shops…) is to head out to The Green School. Now, I’m not even… Continue reading

Mio, my love

The sweetest little guy I know just turned 3 and threw an awesome birthday party with the coolest cake!

Mio & Minna

Yesterday, my friend Madelene, her husband Ding & I, went to visit the new member of the Löfling family. I have told you about Mio already who is turning 3 years old in March.… Continue reading

Why education is OLD

This is an absolutely phenomenal illustration on why the present education system is inadequate and out-dated. Load and watch in one go. It is rather quick paced. How can we learn from our… Continue reading

It was November…

This morning my friend’s son, Mio, sneaked into the guest room where I was sleeping…”Len, wake up!” I smiled a little and stole a kiss from his cheek, thinking that although children are… Continue reading

Lately

I’ve been… Eating my fav sandwich in the morning: avo, coriander and sea salt Enjoying Beatrice’s most amazing home made cookies. (The French Macaroni’s are to die for!) Going out to dinner with… Continue reading

Fredagsmys

Five boys in the house tonight. My roomies’ 10 year old cousins, chips, candy and coke. Movie night with the company of Rocky Balboa and Ivan Drago. Brings the men out of the… Continue reading