Have you read anything exciting lately? Luckily, we came across not just one, but two really good reads: one based on a review in The Economist - the debut novel by Miranda July 'The First Bad Man', and the other accidentally picked up at Amsterdam airport - 'The Rosie's Project' by Graeme Simsion. Both have quite unusual narrators, and both were such a delight to read. The Rosie's project is more light-hearted, and as it turns out, is the new favourite book of Bill Gates. Give it a try - happy Sunday!
Saturday, February 28, 2015
|Photo from Intelligent Nutrients|
No matter how hectic and stressful your week has been, treating yourself with this amazing hair and body oil from Intelligent Nutrients would help relieve tension and do wonders to your spirits. Destress Express oil has antibacterial, antiviral and antiseptic properties, and smells divine. The founder of Intelligent Nutrients is Horst Rechelbacher, also known as the founder of Aveda. Intellgient Nutrients health and beauty products are food based, non toxic and organic. You can buy it online or, if in Copenhagen, at our favourite Beauty Avenue Spa & Brow Bar in Frederiksberg. Have a destressing weekend!
Friday, February 13, 2015
Saturday, February 07, 2015
|Photo by Palma salon and spa|
|Photo by Palma salon and spa|
After exhausting business travel for more than 4 weeks, it's such a treat to make no plans for the weekend, just relax, get pampered and catch up on good reads. One of the best spa treatments we have ever experienced was found in the centre of Copenhagen, at Palma Salon & Spa (also famous for excellent hair stylists). The Palma Detox Special (90 min) is heavenly, top-to-toe treatment, and you'll feel reborn again, with your skin glowing and baby-soft.
And at home, reading a hilarious, humane and reassuring The First Bad Man by Miranda July: an amazing read. Have a relaxing weekend!
Saturday, January 31, 2015
|Photo by This Rawsome Vegan Life|
|Photo by Mywholefoodlife.com|
Another batch of incredibly simple, feel-good and yummy recipes for the weekend breakfast and travel snacks: minimum effort, maximum payoff. We found this Cinnamon Chia Pudding with Coconut and Blueberries on a very inspiring food blog This Rawsome Vegan Life, and these on-the-run Almond Joy Protein bars (we made them sans chocolate, and baked for 25 min instead of freezing) on MyWholeFoodLife. Happy weekend everybody!
Sunday, January 25, 2015
Cutting out sugar and replacing the usual food with more balanced and nutritious meals, did seem like quite a challenge at first. Especially for someone used to de-compress with the help of baking after business-travel-packed weeks. Amazingly, there are tons of delicious, simple and healthy recipes, all we needed was to look around, buy the right ingredients and get busy in the kitchen.
These beautiful blueberry-skyr-dates-almond-hazelnut-coconut cakes from Twin-food have just the right balance of protein, carbs and fat, and they are such a treat for the weekend brunch with your loved ones. For a lazy sunday, you can just mix some greek yoghurt or hytteost (a-la cottage cheese in Denmark) with fresh berries, nuts, sunflower and chia seeds: filling and yummy. If you are in a mood to bake something with almond flour, try these Rise & Shine Apple muffins or a wonderful Black & Blueberry Crumble from Green Kitchen Stories. Have a happy, healthy Sunday.
Sunday, January 18, 2015
This morning we have tested a healthier alternative to our favourite weekend breakfast - pancakes. We ended up with perhaps not so pretty, yet delicious, fibre and protein packed, feel-good plump almond pancakes. The recipe is refreshingly easy, even for a beginner. Now, we just need to hone our pancake flipping skills. Have a great Sunday!