Hello good people.
It´s monday and it´s time for a round 10 of LittleBigThings. When I started The Balancing soul about a year ago. This little series was the one that I thought would be a more easy one to post. But to be honest LittleBigThings tends to come a little closer, even if it´s almost only in a visual format. Sharing a new recipe or writing about breath work I can take my distance and write from a more professional perspective. And this is one of my goals going into my second year of blogger life. -TO dare to open up a little more and let you guys in to my everyday life for better or worse 🙂
And why would I do that? When you blog about wellness, training, yoga and meditation It is easy to appear as a person who has total control over all aspects of life and is living a life in constant balance. This is hardly ever the case though. Most of us has ups and downs too, good days, bad days and ugly days. What do you guys think? Do you want to read more personal things or is it better to stick with recipes training etc? Throw me a comment and I will be forever grateful.
LittleBigThings will still be LittleBigThings portraying the little beautiful things in life, because this iS important. To be able to see the beauty in those little things that we normally take for granted, like blowing big soap bubbles, seeing great paces or that bouquet of flowers that you picked for that special vase
There is so much wickedness in our world today and life can be both hard, challenging and terrifying. And I believe that it´s especially important to remember all the things that make your life wonderful. In my LittleBigThings project I´m trying to capture simple everyday moments or things to remind me that life is wonderful and magical.
A few weeks ago we took a trip to this crazy and extremely beautiful place. Nimis is a huge piece of art made by Lars Wilks placed in a wild area in Höganäs Sweden. It was not easy to ge there, hiking though the forest. But getting there it was all worth it. Our 4-year-old was the champion of crawling in this piece of art. Most definately worth a visit, but It os not very accessible, so unfortunately, you can only get there if you are fairly fit.
After climbing Nimis, we drove over to Mölle and visited the most genuine cafe I have been to in a long time. Mölle Krukmakeri och Cafe is both a Cafe, restaurang and a Pottery. And the day we came there just happened to be a food and music festival as well.