I work full time as a digital content creator and I’ve done so for the last 1,5 year now. This job means that I get to travel a lot during a year and I am blessed to visit some extremely beautiful places with brands, for fashion week or just for myself with family or friends. I think it might automatically appear like my whole existence is picturesque because I not only care a lot about the aesthetics of a hotel or a beach whenever I travel, but I also really do my best to show these places from their best side so that my followers will be amazed and hopefully would want to visit this place themselves. But it’s extremely important for me to say that (of course) all aspects of my life aren’t perfect and beautiful at all — I have lots of grey and rainy days in sweats at home that aren’t so picturesque, I just don’t feel like showing that part too much.
I absolutely do! My sister and I are escaping the grey, rainy and cold Danish weather that is just upon us and are traveling to The Amalfi Coast in Southern Italy in mid September. We’re going to soak up the late summer sun, swim in the ocean and have pasta for dinner every day. And it’s my first time in Amalfi so I can’t wait!
I really love to go on long hikes on a foggy but beautiful Sunday morning when fall starts to show. Bring a reusable water bottle from Ayaida in the prettiest dusty mint color and wear the ‘Recycled Rubber Country Boots’ from Ganni and a lightweight windproof parka from H&M Conscious.
I love to start the day with having brunch on my favorite spot in the city, whenever I feel like having a small break from everyday life. It’s such a calm and luxurious way to get your day started and since breakfast is my favorite meal of the day, I like to care about it. After brunch I’d definitely find the closest flea market or antique shops and explore every inch. And without doubt I’d end my city stroll day with a hot chocolate and a cinnamon bun because that just makes my stomach happy. To look super chic while strolling around I’d wear my vintage vegan leather jacket.
If I were to do a full home spa day, I’d definitely start it out with a nice and long bath and shave my legs with a reusable safety razor by Mühle. After drying up I would wrap myself in a sustainable and ecological bath robe from Aiayu and do a moisturising facial mask from Tromborg to smoothen my dry skin.
Whenever I’m in need of some digital escapism I find myself dreaming away while looking at inspo Instas and I think my favourite account must be @somewhereiwouldliketolive. The movie ‘Call Me By Your Name’ that takes place in Italy also mentally makes me escape to warmer and sunnier days in Southern Europe.