4 Life Lessons on How to Love Yourself More

What if you simply devoted this year to loving yourself more? What would happen and would you be able to see, feel and experience a difference in your life because of it? That’s the question I asked myself as I was saying goodbye to 2016… When a year is about to reach it’s end and…

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Is the answer to love, an arranged marriage?

Do we self-sabotage our chance of finding love, by focusing too much on falling in love? In Denmark, we currently have a Reality program/social experiment, called ‘Married at First Sight’ (I do believe it’s shown in America now, as well), In this reality program two strangers are offered the chance to get married without having…

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Singlehood: How to Rock Valentine’s Day as a Single

Once again, Valentine’s Day is quickly approaching! Luckily Valentine’s Day’s not that big a thing in Denmark, where Lise and I live, but that doesn’t mean that we don’t have to deal with the romance, pinkness and most annoyingly the reminder that we’re still single. Instead of letting the day drag us down and make…

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Re-Creating a Friendship with Me, Myself & I

When I was a small girl – I guess, I was at the age between 2 and 7 – I had this amazing ability to entertain myself for hours… without any need for company or modern technology to keep me going… I had so much fun. I had a ton of friends and no problem…

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5 ways to maintain peace during the Holiday season

It’s finally December! [spacer height=”20px”] …And we have so much to do before we can relax and finally call it Christmas. For instance, we haven’t had time to decorate the house yet. But no stress… we will get there… All in good time. Right now, Lise and I are sitting opposite each other at our…

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Yet another holiday season and you’re still single?

[spacer height=”20px”] A month from now many of us are on our way to spend Christmas with family and friends: Enjoying the trusted Mistletoes, Christmas trees, Christmas dinners and off cause our loved ones who’re standing in line to ask us the same question every year: [spacer height=”20px”] So, are you still single? [spacer height=”20px”]…

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My aha moment on self-love and confidence

Dear friend, [spacer height=”20px”] I was born in the fifties, and most people of my generation were raised to be mainstream. Sure, we had moms who thought we were going to be a new Carl Larson or Pablo Picasso after we brought home our first drawing from kindergarten; a new Enrico Caruso or Doris Day…

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