Adventure time

I'm eating a second ostmacka because I will probably be slightly underfed this week.

England here I come babe!



most fridays i forget it's friday

I feel like nowadays I only post pictures of food, which I can guess makes me seem obsessed. But really, I have lots of time to find new recipes or get creative and cook nice food, so I do and if I like the way it looks I snap a quick picture and then devour it. This I just ate: Kale "chips", topped with red quinoa and black roasted sesame seeds. And a green smoothie which was quite ok, but didn't really have a nice color....... quite mustard-greenish. The glass is right next to me, and because of the slightly off-putting color I guess I won't be mixing strawberries, carrots, oranges, cucumber, lemon and kale all together again.

I certainly do not think people should be eating fresh strawberries in the winter/out of season (technically spring started yesterday..........) but a small packet cost 10kr at ICA. And ooooooh my yesterday's breakfast was not only so beautiful but also so so so tasty: almond oatmeal topped with banana, gojiberries, peanut butter, coconut chips and fresh strawberries. Such a winner! And vegan!

Kiss kiss



you put my love on top, top, top top, top

Breakfast consisted of two knäckebröd with cheese, tomatoes and basil, banana yogurt with peanut butter, banana and gojiberries and a cup of black tea with milk, as well as the loveliest book I have read in a while: East of Eden.

Right now I'm sitting in the living room taking a break from studying Chinese. My head started hurting and I realized I was really hungry. So I made a smoothie:

2 small bananas
½ a fresh pineapple
1 cup of water
2 fresh dates
2 dl of mixed frozen berries

(It served a big glass and a smaller glass which I gave to mom and it was absolutely amazing)

Then I edited those two pictures, drank my smoothie and listened to Beyonce because she's also amazing.

I think now I'll study a bit more chinese, then get ready, head to the library to pick up a book and then go to my method class.

See you kiddo,



These are the 6 books I have finished so far this year.

I told myself I would read more when the year started. I haven't actually read a lot, I initially said one book a week, read three in January, two in February and one so far in march, so I guess I need to catch up.

The White Tiger and 1984 I definitely recommend. Specially 1984.

About a Boy was a lovely book to read. Better than the movie.

High Fidelity was a little hard to understand at times: it talked lots about music and famous people I didn't know of (from the 80s I think). But I guess it wasn't a complete waste of time. The main character is so annoying, yet so real. I found myself laughing at the way he thought and the things he ended up doing, because that's how many of us are too, but are afraid to admit so.

The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time was great, although I'm not sure how well asperger syndrome is portrayed. Worth reading though, you really get to like the little boy.

The Hundred-year-old Man Who Climbed Out of the Window and Disappeared was great in the beginning; I was truly excited to read it. As said before, I learnt some history and I guess the story line was clever, but I wouldn't recommend it. I think I lost interest in it half way through it; it got sort of boring and perhaps a little predictable.

Right now I'm reading East of Eden and a few others, but I'll get back to those in a while.




Today's lunch and dinner, because fruit in salad is as good as anything gets.
I've felt a little weird today.