November is grey and dark and it’s easy to feel depressed, so here are my tips to on how to get out and see the beauty in bad weather!
We needed a breather from the every day life so we rented a cabin and spent a weekend in Järvsö where I went exploring nature in the rain.
Photography as a tool let’s me get closer to nature, slow down to mindfully explore it and view the world in a new light.
I am finally breaking free with Olympus: By no longer lugging a heavy DSLR around I am free to create more with less! Here’s a guide to my photography gear.
I’m enjoying the freedom of my job, going straight from work to weekend knowing my gear will serve all my needs!
I recharge my batteries while enjoying cabin life in the forests of Dalarna, living in a sustainably built cabin at Näsets Marcusgård.
While snowshoe hiking I got to put a new pack to the test. Here’s my review of the GNEIK 34 from Lundhags.
When talking about consumption and the planet we often neglect how we can consume electronics in a more sustainable way.
Nature is what inspires me when I take pictures or decorate my home.
Making work and leisure blend together by downshifting and changing my lifestyle has made me so happy.
Spring news from Ecosphere and my thoughts on how to create a small but versatile wardrobe.
» This post is a payed collaboration with Linas Matkasse « This year is all about a fresh start for me. I’ve met the most…
» This is a sponsored post in collaboration with Ecosphere « October is here and I welcome autumn with chunky knits from Ecosphere and several cups…
Jag har testat Panasonics nya LUMIX GX800 i ett par veckor och i det här inlägget ger jag er en utförlig recension av den smidiga lilla bloggkameran.
» This post about a minimalistic wardrobe is a sponsored post in collaboration with Ecosphere « More often than not I advocate consuming less and in…