I had several requests to write an article about hairstyle, which is why I made this post with the intention of giving some tips on how to, with minimal effort, experiment with the trends. I also took quite a lot of pictures (and selfies) to exemplify the styles, so prepare for a lot of photos 🙂
My hair currently is in its longest form, since probably my high school prom. After graduation and during my university years, I kept it between short to shoulders length (or a just below shoulders), and it varied like that for almost six years. Until I decided to give my blonde hair what it deserved – to be long and free to grow, as it likes!:) I had forgotten how much I liked it THAT long! As well as how much more fun it is to experiment with the different styles and forms it can take.
In the midst of the grey Danish winter in February, a business trip led me to a sunny, 30+ degrees tropical Mumbai for a week! It was my first time in India and in Asia in general, and even though the majority of the time we were at the office, thanks to my wonderful colleagues, I had a chance to see and experience a lot from the city too. It was a busy and overwhelming week, filled with (work aside) meeting great people, palm trees, some traffic, some serious jet lag and a lot of colorful experiences.
Here are brief highlights from the trip in pictures.
There are amazing coffee places in Copenhagen (at almost every corner). As a coffee and pastries enthusiast, I have of course made sure I researched a great deal of them during the past one year I have lived here in Copenhagen. Therefore, I decided to share some of my most favorite cafes in the city (definitely some of the best too) for a coffee & dessert inspiration.
The past year (2015) was amazing and I am extremely grateful that I had so many things to be thankful for. One of them was that I got to live in my dream city – Copenhagen, soon after graduating my masters from Aarhus University in Aarhus. I moved to Copenhagen in January 2015, exactly one year ago. Reason being that I received a job offer at a global shipping company with Danish origins – TORM A/S, at the HQ in Copenhagen. Aside from the steep learning curve (which is never ending), I got to know some truly fantastic people at TORM. For a first time in my life, I was onboard a tanker vessel. I also enrolled in the TORM cross-fit trainings, which leave me sore most of the time, and at edge of tears some of the time, despite all the working out I do on my own, and for the shame of me, being a former athlete myself and having a dad and a boyfriend, who are professional athletes..