Home, and a delicious dinner in the shard!

As we queued to get through passport control at 12am last night/this morning it felt like it had been a very very long time since I have last been back in Stockholm, the last month has blurred by and I cant believe it is already a New Year. I have been travelling between different family members almost every week for the last month and I have one final trip left next week. I love being with my family, travelling and doing new things plus I find every time I go home to my family now I experience new places and different foods that I would never have done otherwise. But it is also nice to get home and get all my ducks in a row to decide what my plans are for the upcoming months and how I am going to make them happen.

During my home visit, my parents, Adi and I went to have a very lovely dinner in the Shard which is the tallest building in the UK. Hutong is on the 33rd floor of the 309.7 meter tall building so gave lots of beautiful views, regardless of the rain and fog that surround London that day.

We had 4 courses which were delicious and had a great table right next to the window. My main goal of 2018 is to try as many new things as possible and to see lots of interesting places, every city has its own different treasures and I want to explore them all.

It was a wonderful dinner and even more wonderful company. We talked about our plans for the new year and recalled memories of this amazing one just gone. I have been doing a lot of thinking, list writing and deciding what I want to accomplish both in my life and on my blog and I hope there will be a lot of exciting content/news and adventures to come.

I hope you all had a wonderful new year, now that I am back home I will be getting everything back into line and having more frequent updates and lots of interesting products to share with you! I would love to hear what you did during the new year and if you have any exciting New year resolutions!



Well 2018 is starting out with some crazy cold weather, but what I've noticed, is that it allows one to turn inward and be more creative. I love this beautiful poem, so passionate and true about thrift stores, and maybe the theme for this year should be, "the rich girl is wrong", haha, we need a new ethos, imagine a swanky department store shopaholic trying to create a work of art this soulful, sweet, and imagination-stirring. This is the kind of art and public relations skill the industry needs to make it "cool", like Pearl Jam and Nirvana did with grunge! When the trendsetters and artists put their mind to it, they can show everyone, that going second-hand and thrifting is "anything but sad", it's an Otis Redding-humming, fun, and joyful experience https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PFZJoU44uOo
Absolutely love this idea!! Lets make second hand feel just as 'instafriendly' and hip as the expensive and nonearth friendly stores
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