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Everyday Happiness


(Started using my 5 minute journal (gratitude journal) again, and I just love starting the day thinking about all the things I’m grateful for)


(Caffe latte together with one of my amazing friends the other day)


(Before we drank coffee, we visited Thorvaldsens Museum in Copenhagen)


(This week I also bought a mini smoothie machine, and I already love it! So quick and easy to make delicious and healthy smoothies)


(I also bought my new favourite tea, which I wrote a blog post about here)


(My friend and I also visited Royal Copenhagen to look at the Christmas table decorations, which you can see some more pictures of here)

All in all a great week. This week is going to be great as well, and a bit busy, because it’s the last week with classes, and then it’s time for exams! But I’m also going to bake Christmas cookies together with my family, and Christmas begins this week, so I’m really excited. Hope you’ve all had a great week, and that the week to come will be just as good.

Inspirering people

Royal Copenhagen Christmas tables





Smuttede med min veninde ind forbi Royal Copenhagen (på Strøget) og så Royal Copenhagen julebordene, som hvert år bliver pyntet og dekoreret af forskellige kendte mennesker (designere, skuespillere, musikere osv.). De var virkelig fine i år, men der stod også flere designere bag. Hvis du ikke kender til konceptet, så kan du læse min artikel jeg skrev for sidste år om selvsamme emne (hvilket faktisk var min første artikel for dem).
Så hvis du gerne vil i julestemning, så smut endelig derind forbi – og samtidig kan du jo også lægge en tur forbi Højbro Plads hvor der også er kommet julemarked op, hvor du kan købe nogle lækre juleting at spise!

I stopped by Royal Copenhagen with my friend today and saw the Royal Copenhagen Christmas tables, which each year gets decorated by different famous people (designers, actors, musicians etc.). They were really pretty this year, but there was also a lot of fashion designers behind it this year. Last year I wrote an article for the website I volunteer for, about the concept, but it’s in Danish, but you can find it right here.
So if you want to get into the Christmas spirit you should step by there, and meanwhile you can also step by Højbro Plads where the Christmas Market has come up, here you can buy delicious Christmas food!