Tuesday, July 29

Part 6 - What aim loving this week.

Post 5 published here.

NEW BAG.
I usually wear this bag for some light shopping, and travels. 
 I bought this from H&M this summer, and i love it...
 The prize was almost 300.


MADE FOR TWO


Two seats under a tree.




Monday, July 28

EDITORIAL CALENDAR FOR THE FIRST WEEK OF AUGUST 2014


FOR A LOOK INTO THE FUTURE, AND WHAT I HAVE PLANNED NEXT..

I AM WORKING ON A MONTH BY MONTH CALENDAR OG TOPICS...


One blog week in content, and i try to stick to it: 

July/August  - Last/First Week 

Monday: 
One article. Something i have read, and found inspiring - The article means i try to put my spin on whatever topic i find interesting.
Thuesday: 
My own photography, and it can be anything from Oslo or from my travels.
Wednesday:
A new post of all the content already made on the blog, and it can be something from the female corner, ask carrie, book club, Throwback Friday or something else...
Thuresday
My own photography. 
Friday
Happy Friday 
Throwback post from the blog, and Friday playlist.
Saturday
Weekend inspiration 
Sunday
The Sunday tip.

Week 2 of August. 
Theme for the week?

ARTICLE - CULTURAL GUIDE TO OSLO AND THEN SOME.

OVER THE WEEKEND´S -AUGUST CULTURAL GUIDE TO OSLO".

 WHAT TO SEE,DO,WATCH, EAT, READ, AND LISTEN TO FOR THE UP- COMING MONTH.

So as you all may know the summer is almost over at least for all us here in the north, and so therefor what better way to welcome to the next month then by giving some tips on what you may want to try out. 
These tips however are based on the lovely city that i live in Oslo, and also my personal taste. So bare that last part in mind. 

DO:
The The National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design offers on the 3/8 at 13:00 a guided tour in English co
ncentrating around the design, and fashion of Norway in 1814. 

If you would like to enter the prizes are as follows: 
Adults: NOK 50
Students: NOK 30
Pensioners/concessions: NOK 30
Children (under 18): Free entrance
Sundays: Free entrance for all

The ticket gives access for one day to all our museum buildings in Oslo (the National Gallery, the Museum of Contemporary Art, the National Museum – Architecture, the Museum of Decorative Arts and Design).

SEE:
At Gimle cinema they always show some great, and a bit different movies. 
The movies may not be for everyone, but the cinema is well worth checking out just in case you might be lucky, and find a visionay gem.

WATCH: 
I have not got a TV so this tips might just be a bit different.
However on www.netflix.com they have a series called Drop Dead Diva, and it is about a model who dies, but comes back as a tough lawyer. Very powerful towards women, and intelligent writing. So if you are in the marked for some new inspiration..this might just be it.

EAT:
For some of the most amazing food you can think of Brasserie France in Øvre Slottsgate 16 is well known for it amazing dessert cart, and i always end up eating their classic tartar for the main dish. If you wish to make a reservation you can do so by:
Call them:   2310 0165
Go to their website for opening hours.

READ:

Well here comes the easy part for me, and i have been reading a lot of different books for July, but this is the one i love. It is not written by a Norwegian author, but i hope you will bear with me. On my blog i have something called Book club 2014, and here i share my newest reads with you, and a short review. My latest is called Maggie Cassidy, and is written by Jack K. It is an amazing little book about one man/woman, and their love. Well worth checking out for summer...

LISTEN TO:

Some summer tunes from Dj Tiesto is never wrong in my opinion.And his In search of sunrise series makes me dance, and want to spend every hour outside on a beach somewhere getting tanned. 

This was my Guide for August, and hope you will stay tuned for more of these posts as the months come. 
Kiss kiss