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31 Jan January Favorites

January has finally come to an end, the sun is returning to Sweden and I'm ready to welcome February with open arms. Here's a list of my favorites from January, ranging from books and TV-series to decorated cakes and yoga routines. Enjoy! "When breth becomes air" by Paul Kalanithi: This is the best book I've read in a long time, it's so honest, raw and sad and tears were streaming down my face during the last half of the book. This city guide to New Orleans. I want to go now! Who's with me? This song (and video <3) Flowers!!! I love journaling. If you don't have the...

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27 Jan Blood Orange & Dark Chocolate Cake

We all have our favorite flavors when it comes to chocolate. Raspberry, sea salt, coconut, blueberry etc. My favorites have always been sea salt and mint. One combination that I've never really appreciated until now is orange and chocolate but I'm telling you, it's amazing! (Yeah we know Thea, you're really late to the party...

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21 Dec Buckwheat Brownies w/ Walnuts and Sea Salt

Even though I love brownies I don't make them very often. Maybe because the best brownies are packed with sugar and butter and all the good and not so healthy stuff. Not that I have anything against sugar, I just can't avoid the fact that it makes me jittery and upsets my stomach. To solve this problem I like to make healthier versions of classic sweet treats, often I even prefer them to the original. However, when it comes to brownies nothing can beat the real deal! This recipe is based on Jamie Olivers Bloomin Brilliant Brownies and It's been my favorite brownie recipe...

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13 Apr Emily Tapp on Paintings, Collages and Finding Inpisration

[vc_row][vc_column width='1/2']I first got to know about Emily Tapp through the food blogging world and I've been following her on Instagram for a long time now. She's a freelance food and product photographer and her food photos are gorgeous. On top of that she's an art student at Falmouth University where she spends her days painting and making collages. It's been so fun to see Emily's IG feed evolving for the last year since she started art school. [/vc_column][vc_column width='1/2']What I love about her paintings is that she combines architectural elements with silhouettes of the cornwall coast. And she makes a lot of collages and sketches to which she generously shares on Instagram and on her studio journal. Emily is the sweetest and she kindly agreed to answer some questions about art school, paintings, collages and inspiration. Scroll down and enjoy the read![/vc_column][/vc_row]
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