Getting Summer Ready with Marc Jacobs and Women’secret

Our mini vacation is going pretty fantastic. Philip and I are already discussing our next adventure and we’re considering visiting Portugal next. We’ve never been there and I have always wanted to explore Lisbon and its beautiful beaches (and taste its marvellous food!). I skipped going to the seaside when I was pregnant and I was way too busy setting down when I first moved to Denmark – hence my craving for travel! I have started stocking up on those summer essentials and I find myself ordering bikini and sunglasses all the time! But hey, I need them, right? My latest discovery is the website smartbuyglasses.com  where I found that 70s vibes round pink (duh!) sunglasses by Marc Jacobs . You...

Ready for a mini getaway after a busy month

One of the presents I got for my 27th birthday (yep..) was a ‘family vacation’ to Varna. Philip keeps repeating that – he is turning into the stereotype of a ‘daddy’ – which is also kinda cute.Georgia Rose Fifillotte (here) or Guess Plasmia 5 (here)  // ASOS Suede Minimal Backpack (here) / White Feather Top (here) But after a month of doing everything and nothing – meaning running errands, sorting out the moving boxes…without really having enough time to invest in my blog and social media (sorry, for my absence), I’m buzzing to have a few days off from reality. I haven’t been to the Bulgarian seaside for a long time and we’re going exactly there – to Graffit Gallery Hotel...

My Postpartum Body

Before I got pregnant I thought I was leading a healthy lifestyle. In reality I was eating a low-carbs diet,  exercising a little bit too much and being way too conscious about the foods I was eating. The thing is – obsessing over what you eat and being a health-freak doesn’t really make you a  healthy living being. But it wasn’t until I conceived that I finally got in terms with that that and began to really care for my body and treat it with respect. I learned that eating less is far more worse than eating small portions but often. I grasped that exercising a few times a week is enough and there is no need for me to hit the gym every...

Happy Children’s Day, Sofia-Malou!

You’re a little bit over 8 months, Sofia. And quite frankly, that’s the biggest milestone you’ve reached so far. We’ve been inseparable since the day you came into my life. And that’s exactly the reason why I often fail to notice the extent to which you’re changing every single day. But here you are, only a few months away from turning 1 and already giving me kisses, copying different sounds and standing up all by yourself. You’re also kinda crawling, something I thought you’d skip and go straight to walking. The first time you gave it a go was a few days ago, when I was performing the Downward dog. You did almost the same in your attempt to get on...

I’m From The 90s.

 No, I wasn’t born in the 80s. I’m from the 90s… born only a few months after the collapse of the Berlin wall. I was raised in Sofia, Bulgaria, a country that the Communist Bloc rigorously chew and spit with indifference, leaving us, the children of change, dazed and confused… with a sense of questionable belonging to ‘strong roots’ we had no memory of. Since an early age I was dreaming to leave Bulgaria and make a life for myself abroad. I enrolled to study in the UK. I travelled. I was exploring the West… until I met Philip. A boy born and bred in the the Kingdom of Denmark. A boy that used to splurge on McDonalds and watch the...
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