MORE FROM LONDON

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So I’ve been in London for 4 days and nights (Thursday to Monday) and here are some random photos from all days, in no particular order. Above you can see when Leo took me to Hamley’s, the oldest and largest toy store in the world hehe <3

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Walked around in London a lot, just like last time I visited!

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Changed the screens in the Apple Store to my blog, hehe…

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…and to Leo’s portfolio!

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Went to The Breakfast Club and had classic American and English breakfast food. Such a nice place!!!

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Leo had a fever :( but just as cute anyway.

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Walked around some more. Checked out street art and pretty views. In the evenings we mostly ate junkfood (pizza, KFC, etc..) and watched horror flicks and American Horror Story!

Now I’m not gonna see Leo for six weeks, which sucks big time….. But next time he comes to visit in Stockholm (in the end of September) he’s staying for 2 weeks and by then it will have gone more than 50% of the time that we’re gonna have to have a long distance relationship, because in March he is moving back to Stockholm! Yay.

WAY OUT WEST 2014

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This weekend I went to the outdoor music festival Way Out West in Gothenburg. I hardly saw any bands lol (I saw Darkside, Kurt Vile and Neutral Milk Hotel, and then I just saw a couple minutes of some other bands) but I went to a lot of parties and hung out in the backstage/VIP-area which was mostly like a constant party with all my friends, because literally like everyone I know from Stockholm was there. I made a bunch of videos, they are all in Swedish though, so sorry English readers, you’ll have to listen to my Swedish gibberish:











Well, to sum up the festival: lost all the festival-tickets and VIP-passes on the way to the festival and found them in a water puddle outside my apartment after driving back to look for them, went to the Warner #wayoutwarner-party, went to the Nöjesguiden-party, went to Yaki-Da, went to a bunch of other parties, hung out backstage with Kurt Vile, got a panic attack in an elevator from my intense claustrophobia, puked about 4 times, spent about 5000 SEK in the VIP-area, got way too drunk and destroyed the Way Out West-sign, almost got arrested twice (once for trying to force some police officers to give me a lift to Burger King so I could buy french fries since I couldn’t afford a cab), got soaked in the rain, interviewed artists, bloggers, politicians, actors, etc, drank cheap wine from paper mugs outside of the festival, had Fireball shots for breakfast, only ate fast food, lost my credit card…..

Had a lot of fun!

STOCKHOLM PRIDE 2014

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This weekend I walked in the PRIDE parade with my friends, for the third year in a row. Very fun, as usual! One of my favorite days of the year!

We started up at my friends Erik and Billy’s apartment for brunch and wine (lol) and then we went to the parade and watched it for about 1,5 hour until we joined in ourselves. We walked (danced) behind F! (the Swedish feminist political party). As you can see I only wore a bikini (from TRINGL) and kimono (handmade by Billy!) but it was too hot anyway and so sweaty OH MY GOD. I went straight home and took a shower afterwards, haha. I am so sick of this inhumanely hot summer now, can’t wait for fall.

PALE SKIN // SUN PROTECTION

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A couple of days ago I got a message on my facebook page from a blog reader asking me if I could write a post about sun blocking:

”Could you write a post about sun blocking? Your skin looks so pale and sensitive and at the same time so perfect and never red. I can imagine, that you get a sunburn very fast. But i’ve noticed that your skin never looks shiny (how it often looks after using sun lotion). So can you write anything about that? Maybe your skin isn’t that sensitive how it looks? I’m also very pale and i always use spf 50, but nevertheless i often get a sunburn.”

Sooooo yes of course I can! The answer might not be very satisfying though because the answer is that I hardly go out in the sun. If I’m at the beach I stay in the shade all the time. When I go out running in the sun I wear (very thin) long pants and a top that covers my shoulders well, even if it’s really hot outside. I don’t go sunbathing/tanning. The few times I do spend time in the sun though I also wear spf 50 all over my body and my face. I mix it (like 50/50) with my regular face cream that has spf 15 when I apply it to my face, and I use blothing powder to reduce shininess in my face. But I don’t like the sticky feeling of sun lotion on my body, so I just prefer staying in the shadow most of the time instead.