This Holiday season for me will be all about enjoying time with my family and friends, and creating memorable moments. I hope to spend several lazy mornings in my pajamas watching ‘National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation’ for a 35th time while sipping hot chocolate, or baking cookies, or skiing in my backyard with my two-year-old, or painting, or looking through that box of childhood memories that has been gathering dust in the attic… I hope to be as mindful as possible, be in the ‘now’, and live in the moment. So I will put down my phone, unplug the laptop, stop listening to business-related podcasts (because I get overwhelmed by all the ideas and my brain goes into overdrive – The struggle is real!) and start reading a book for fun again – Something I haven’t done in a while. I hope you won’t mind this short interruption on the blog.
Stepping away from it all is also a way to be able to come back in full force, batteries recharged and head cleared, to kick-start the new year with SO many exciting projects. I am talking Ebooks, online courses, travel guides, the expansion of my interior consulting and marketing business, and more – Seriously, we need more hours in a day!
So I will be back in January, ready to tackle my biggest goals yet for Nordic Design.
In the meantime, I’m not leaving you empty-handed! I’ve selected some of my favorite interiors from the archive that are totally worth revisiting:
- The meaning of minimalism and why it can help you live a simpler, happier life
- Peek inside a cozy family home in Stockholm with a seamless mix of high and low decor
- Tour the classically Scandinavian home of fashion maven Anna Teurnell
- Peek inside the gorgeous family home of a Norwegian creative & blogger
- Inside a sophisticated and classically beautiful home that defines the concept of livable luxe
- A perfectly styled 40-square-meter Stockholm apartment in a warm, neutral palette
- The dark and cocoon-like home of stylist Lotta Agaton
- Eight inspiring quotes of what defines a home
- Here are the 10 best places to shop for vintage Scandinavian design
- Tour the characterful home of Swedish interior decorator Lisa Robertz
You can also look at my yearly round-ups:
I also wanted to thank you for reading Nordic Design and coming back again and again. I feel privileged to call this my “job”, and you make it possible; I am so grateful! I will keep on bringing my A game to deliver you the best content I can, to find the greatest designs and interiors and, hopefully, to inspire you to create a home you love.
I wish you joyful Holidays, a Merry Christmas and a happy New Year! All the best to you and your loved ones.
I will be back online shortly!