Sunday, April 26, 2009

in helsinki


candy for your feet

made by run dmcs daughters, vanessa and angela simmons


Saturday, April 25, 2009

love and support

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fruity love

i love fruitsalads and these are some i have made

Friday, April 24, 2009

lookbook peak


pepper and pistol

love the colors, design and oversized bangles


henrik vibskov


malene birger 09

i love the harem style in the top photo and i LOVE the chaps from malene birger!


start the day

scrambled tofu. healthier than scrambled eggs. add some onions, green peppers or other veggies, some light soy sauce or tamari, maybe some garlic powder, and black pepper, stir-fry with a little olive oil. eat with whole-grain toast. fast and delicious.

fresh berries, yogurt, granola. get low-fat yogurt (not non-fat, as it often has too much sugar) or soy yogurt, cut up some berries or other fruits, add some healthy cereal. i actually use the kashi golean crunch instead of granola, as many brands of granola have way too much fat and/or sugar.

grapefruit with whole-wheat toast & almond butter. add a little sugar on top of the grapefruit, and it’s actually pretty good. the almond butter is healthier than peanut-butter, with lots of good protein to fill you up.

fresh fruit salad. cut up some apples, melons, berries, oranges, pears, bananas, grapes … any or all or whatever your favorite fruits are. add a little bit of lime or lemon juice. perfect.


smoothie. banana, strawberries, kiwi, grapes, blueberries, rasberries, pineapple, mango, peach, mango, cranberry and whatever else you can think of. cut it and put it in a blender and add a juice of choise and start blendin`. i usually put a little soy protein in it also.

Thursday, April 23, 2009

beauty of ashtanga

fabolous eco-clothing

t-shirt from _ascension_
fairtrade, certified organic cotton

dress from _komodo_
95% soya jersey 5% spandex

dress by _annie greennabelle_
reclaimed & organic cotton

dress by _kuyichi_
100% recycled cotton


meghan beitiks

some artwork i found from meghan betiks webpage. she writes about different people and show off alot of cool stuff on her page!

check it out here

indian flavour

chai masala is a very good tea flavoured mix and you should try it if you already havent.
(recipe under image)

how do make it:

1-1/2 cups water
1 inch stick of cinnamon
8 cardomom pods
8 whole cloves
2/3 cup milk (vanilla flavoured soymilk is best to use)
6 tsp. sugar (or to taste)
3 teaspoons any unperfumed loose black tea

Put 1-1/2 cups water in saucepan.
Add the cinnamon, cardomom, and cloves and bring to a boil. Cover, turn heat to low and simmer for 10 minutes.
Add the milk and sugar and bring to a simmer again.
Throw in the tea leaves, cover, and turn ff the heat.
After 2 minutes, strain the tea into two cups and serve immediately

(chai is the hindi word for "tea" and masala means "spice" = spiced tea)

söta syster


a swedish designer i have really started to like.

hats are cool


love the photos. love the style.