When a song slaps you in the face because it’s so amazingly written. Stirring up emotions deep down in the core of your stomach, making you cry just thinking about it. When it feels like a drug and you have to listen to it over and over again. Captivating every cell in your body, making you leave the real world behind for just a little while, allowing you to explore an entirely different world of your own.




Oh, how I miss spending my days wandering the streets in my floral dress, bare footed, eating ice cream. How summer makes my soul spontaneous and fills my heart with joy and burst from happiness. How everything seem simple. How everything seem better.




I was so exited to finally go to Berlin, and as I imagined it was an amazing city. I’ve been traveling through Germany by car before, and I really have a deep connection to this country for some reason. Sometimes you travel to a place and you know straight away that you will love it. There’s just something about the energy and the vibe of the place that kinda makes you want to stay forever.

Berlin was vibrant; it is such a cool and laidback city. We spent our time there at a locals apartment, trying to solve the language barrier by using google translate. The summer nights where warm and spent on concerts, outdoor cinema and we went to this closed down airport and watched the sun set whilst eating pizza and drinking german beer. And I felt so lucky to be there in that moment with my friends, it’s magical moments like that which reminds you to be grateful and happy to be alive.



F1000012 copychina4china3china2Foshan, China 2016

China is the strangest place I’ve ever been.

The people are amazingly sweet and kind but such weirdos. I sat next to a woman waiting for the train who gave me stamps out of the blue, then showed me pictures of herself. An incredibly sweet girl gave me fish on a can, because Norwegians eat a lot of fish. They tape their eyelids open to make their eyes look bigger. They have an app to make your face look paler and thinner. And they shot beer. The cities are grey, even worse than my hometown, but still incredibly fascinating. I’ve never felt more like an alien because of how I look (they literally give you a note letting you know you are an alien when you enter the country), and they stare and they take secret photos and stare some more even if you look straight back at them. The food is awful, and they fight for their lives when they enter the metro, but I really want to go back this wonderfully strange country.