I love the first few weeks in January. It feels like everything is clean and fresh and ready for a new start. A time to make plans.
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I am itching to buy seeds and plan out our little balcony garden. This little garden will be feeding us and help us in staying healthy and I’m excited to share the process of planning and planting and growing.
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This year will again feature opportunities to travel and making plans for that is always a wonderful start of the year task. Travelling always feels like a breath of fresh air blowing away the cobwebs of daily routines and sharpening the senses for the beauty around us. Oh, the photos to come!
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This little blog is overdue for a change too. True to my resolutions I’m looking forward to spending more time here. A new name plus a visual overhaul will be in order and I’m so excited about it! It’s all still in the planning stages, but I hope to share the results with you very soon!
The photo blog has already gotten a new coat of paint so to speak 🙂
There’s a few photos from our new year’s walk over there too if you want to have a look.


11 thoughts on “plans

    1. Kristina

      Thanks and to you too 🙂 I saw your post on that but now when I click on your blog address it’s gone! What’s your new address?


  1. Lindsay

    Love the new look over on your photo blog. And the photos, of course – so gorgeous.

    There’s something about houseplants in winter that I love. Maybe it’s the cooler tones alongside all the living and green, especially compared to outdoors where everything is hibernating. I think it makes everything look a little mysterious.


    1. Kristina

      Thanks, Lindsay 🙂 That’s so true, the visual combination of the vivid green with all the blue and gray tones from outside is so nice. I used to not have any houseplants but especially in the winter months I’m so glad I do now! It just brings a bit of life and color to this season 🙂


  2. erin

    Happy 2014! This year sounds like it going to be fun for you – especially the travel part 🙂 Looking forward to seeing your balcony garden grow!


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