Tag Archive: Oslo

Once a Thief…

Same selfie, same smile. A snapshot two years apart. In one I am walking out of THE THIEF Hotel after signing my contract, feeling excited and nervous about the new job. In the other I walk… Continue reading

Turns to be taken

I’m sitting here, curled up in my bed, safe and sound in a big comfy robe, sipping on a glass of red. I’m rounding up a great day, spent with new and old… Continue reading

Leaving one home for another

I moved into this apartment exactly two years ago. Having just come back from a seven months backpacking trip I was in need of a place to hang up my hat and drop… Continue reading

Busy being in love

I search for your name. It’s an old habit. But you’re not around. Or sometimes you are. And we talk for hours. But you’re still in Costa Rica and I can’t reach you.… Continue reading

London Luxury Hotels

Me and six colleagues (or ‘Thieves’) from THE THIEF in Oslo, were recently awarded a field trip to London where we checked out three fellow Design and Lifestyle hotels: Ham Yard, The Langham and… Continue reading

Feelgood weekend (in Oslo)

Yesterday Oslo’s outdoor cafés were packed with people in sunglasses and sneakers. Today it is snowing. It’s March and this is to be expected. Hence why I embrace it, sitting here at Funky… Continue reading

October captured on camera

1st of November and it seems the longer I don’t write the more difficult it becomes. To put words on this thing I call life. These things that keeps me busy as yellow… Continue reading

September sighs

September sighs. It exhales all of what June anticipated, what July expected, what August excelled. It just is. And I feel myself letting go, like leaves ready to twirl down the trees. The… Continue reading

Faded summer skin

Summer ended as quickly as it had arrived. It was one of the most intense Scandinavians summers I had experienced, and even now it seems almost like a dream… You and me in… Continue reading

Train thoughts

Riding trains and I remember to relax. There is nowhere I need to be, nothing I need to do for the next five hours. I pick up a shrimps sandwich and a beer… Continue reading