Hello December! I can’t believe it’s already the last month of the year. If I’m honest it’s my least favourite month, but I’ve got a few nice things planned, including a small winter break, so who knows, I might love December this year.
PS. I still have a few calendars in my Etsy shop.
November is almost over, so time for an illustrated recap of what I wore most a.k.a. my November favourites. The last part of this month has been cold, so I’ve been keeping warm in some new (coat) but mostly old favourites.
This week’s illustration for Hello Giggles was inspired by the book Lagom by Linnea Dunne, about the secrets of the Swedish art of balanced living. “Lagom” doesn’t really translate, but means something like “not to0 little, not too much, just right”. I really loved reading this book full of nice tips and recipes, all in Scandinavian style (which I LOVE).
For the full story and where to buy info on Hello Giggles, just click here.
Happy New Year everyone! This is the January page from my 2018 calendar. I love the feeling of a fresh start that comes with a new year. Time for making plans and setting goals: 2018, let’s do this!
Hello December! New month, new calendar pages. This one is from my 2018 calendar. I still have a few available in my Etsy shop here.
These last weeks have been so cold that I was slowly turning into a sheep! My vintage shearling jacket, boots and mittens were the only clothes warm enough to keep me from freezing. Not a lot of room for fashion when temperatures drop below zero (at least not for me). Luckily I was so busy with illustration jobs that I could spend a lot of time inside with my thermos filled with tea right beside me.
Wearing: shearling jacket, wool cardigan and mittens, Vintage – jeans and tights, H&M – hat, Newyorker – boots, so old I don’t remember – thermos, Mizu.
Reading: The signature of All Things – Elizabeth Gilbert
2017, let’s do this! A fresh (and very cold) start.