IT-TRENDS TO FOLLOW THIS SPRING

Finally started to feel better after a major cold (and able to breath again), I have discovered that Spring has sprung in the streets of London. Not only are days actually getting longer (yeah!) with more sunshine (hurray!), the air actually smells sweet, floral and ‘springy’ in general. I also noticed people are more positive and energetic; some have even started to smile at me on the street, (- No, I checked and didn‚Äôt have anything weird on my face!).

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ARE WE ALL JUST ANOTHER BRICK IN THE WALL?

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Fashion Month is over and the fall has find its way to London. The season of rain and greyness is here, which makes me very deep and philosophical. I just want to crawl into my bed, drink tea and think about life. Are we just another brick in the wall? Does all of our hard work finally pays off in the end? Does anything we do matters whatsoever ? My conclusions: Yes, most of us are actually just another brick in the wall and yes, sometimes our hard work finally pays off. But hey, the most thing in life is happiness and love (cliché, I know).

THE BITTER SWEET FEELING

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To follow your dreams and give up (or perhaps pause??) your life in one place in order to move abroad is a bitter sweet feeling. I knew that this feeling is going to appear/happen the moment ¬†I decided for sure to move to London, especially because I already have done all the ‚ÄĚthings‚ÄĚ that follows when moving to a foreign country,in the age of 19. Back then, giving up your life and more or less blindly¬†move abroad ¬†(and barely knowing anyone or having a place to live) was the obvious choose. Thinking back, it felt as like this: no hassles, no fuss, I¬īm doing this!!! But few years later, now at the age of 26 it is more difficult. Just the though of leaving your family and friends is scary. I just want to convince¬†everyone important in my life to move along with me to London, a fantasy and an¬†illusion I know is completely impossible.
Anyways, I really do hope my friends, old as new will come and visit me in London. But first, before I send invitations all around me, I really need to accommodation!  This is a huge challenge since finding an affordable, suitable room with cool flatmate. And of course I want to be close to all the fun happenings and events in London! Trust me, this is much easier said than done, especially still living in Sweden and try to find a good place via the internet, but I must stay positive. Now,the flat/room hunt may begin. Wish me good luck y’all!!

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It has been such a long time since I blogged. It has been such a hectic time! I have finally graduated from The Swedish School of Textiles and now are preparing to move to London. Internship at Belle Sauvage¬†and new adventures are waiting for me and I¬īm super excited. The¬†countdown can start!