Is there any reason to judge people by saying: that person is good, this person is bad? Should we do that? And what after all is good?
Some people say when you’re sad or stressed, go to sleep. I say: go for a walk.
Okay, I may not be a big fan of winter sports. Never went to the Alps for some skiing during winter holidays. The only “winter” sport I have enjoyed myself ever since is ice skating. But, thanks to my university, I know now, that there’s much more to enjoy.
When you think about Easter, you usually see those fluffy rabbits, yellow chicks on green grass and hand-painted eggs in a wicker basket. Nevertheless, Easter includes much more than just symbols of spring, it’s packed with traditions etc. I gathered information from Norwegian website to make, at least, an overview of this holiday in Norway. Enjoy!
Continue reading “Easter in Norway.”
Hi guys! This time something a little bit different, just a little note here. Today everyone around the world is celebrating the Earth Hour, an hour without any electricity. I courage you to take part in and turn off your lights at 8:30 pm at your local time. Let’s make a difference today. If you want to check also my post of ways to be more ecological, check this out: Ways you can be more ecological today..
You can read more about the Earth Hour on:
Tomorrow will be a normal post, so stay tuned. Hope you guys have a good weekend!
When I was writing the post about minimalism, I was thinking a lot about its ecological side. As I wrote – you buy less, which therefore results off less waste etc. But what can you do to be more ecological in one day, rather than in long-range timeline, with choosing good quality products that last a long time?
My wishes may be one day too late, but better late than sorry – I wish you all happy women’s day, or in Norwegian: gratulerer med dagen, kvinner. But how was it celebrated in Hamar?