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I went to Lapland and I want to share with you my tips on how to take grreat pictures of the Northern ights.
...suddenly I heard the sounds of “you got mail” and while I opened the email, I saw the subject “You're Invited: Backstage at Moschino show at Milan FW'18”.
Like the title says, I now also have a YouTube channel, I want to improve my skills on all social media platforms. Until recently, I was just a “traveler” on YouTube, browsing and watching the work of others, but now, I became a video “producer” or how they call this nowadays "content creator".
Will you share some love or will you be a hater?
My blog turns one today, yay! Thank you so much for your loyalty, support and your lovely comments! :)
There are so many things you can do when it’s really, truly cold outside, and Finnish Lapland is the perfect bucket list destination. It has been a dream of mine since I was a little girl to go to this fairytale winter place, called Lapland! I will tell you more about the most magical experience I had this January while visiting Santa Claus, official hometown.
Do you know what I learned from our trip? I learned that Lapland isn’t just for visiting at Christmastime; it’s very impressive to visit any time of the year with or without kids!
I hope some of these tips will help you achieve whatever you desire! And just remember, no goal, dream or resolution is too big or too small. Cheers to a better you in 2018!
I wanted to recap some of my favorite photos from my trips. It is such a blessing to blog and get to travel the world, with both family and friends and experience places I never thought I would go to!
I have dreamed my whole life to take a trip around the world, to explore Australia, to reach mount Fuji, jump with a parachute, do a tour of all the amusement parks in the world, paragliding over an ocean!
If you are searching on Instagram #foodporn at least one in your lifetime, this is for you.
How do you handle different cuisines? Below is the story of how I experienced the first meal on Asian soil.
Today, it’s the 6 months anniversary of my blog and I have to admit there have been beautiful and great days (but of course, bad days as well, no point in lying) while I have learnt quite a lot about obvious things, which strangely, can be so easy to ignore.