Det nærmer seg slutten av 2018, og rundt samme tid hvert år samler Spotify en liste med hva du har lyttet mest på gjenom året som har gått. Dette blir presentert i flotte og informative plansjer som jeg har valgt og dele her.
Min Top Artist var selvfølgelig min store heltinne Juliette Armanet, og det var nok enda flere timer enn dette: Spotify kobles nemlig ikke alltid opp mot Sonos.
Fransk, fransk, Lily Allen, Parcels, og i sommer lyttet jeg nesten bare til ABBA!
Sammen med 2,872,196 andre lyttere var min favoritt subsjanger dænsepop.
Og jeg gikk vintage med Ella.
Ifølge Spotify er alle favorittartistene mine stjenetegnet skytten, om dette har noe som helst å si.
Podcastene Vanessa og Synnøve og Ida med hjertet i hånden hjalp meg gjennom lange arbeidsdager, flyturer og turer opp Grefsenkollen.
En noe nedkuttet (pga dobbeltspor/live versjoner) liste med mine topplåter finner du her
Mine Tastebreakers (musikk Spotify mener jeg burde lytte til basert på hva jeg allerede lytter til) finner du her
It seems that this winter is never coming to and end… I am filling my days with work, good friends and, of course, great music.
As you know by following this blog, I’ve spent a great deal of the past months in one of my favourite cities in the world, Paris. Paris may also be the #1 photogenic city in the world, so it’s never hard to find the inspiration to take wonderful photographs here.
I met this amazing girl, Lykke, at a party a week ago! Hope to see you again soon, Lykke! We went to L’avenue the day after for some much needed orange juice and… carbs.
It was so wonderful to meet Garance Doré in person! I’ve been following Garance’s work for YEARS and we had a great talk about Scandinavia, social media and her creative media empire!
I’m still a tourist! I need my picture by the Arch de Triumph!
Three little piggies went to the bookstore
What a beautiful sight… The Eiffel tower at night
Work out tip: Jogging up and down the stairs in Montmatre by the Sacré Cæur!
A great café for some hours of work on my MacBook in the Latin Quarter.
Late night atmosphere at L’Industrie with my friend Marton
I found the perfect blue door
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Fall is here, and winter is on it’s way. It’s time for cozy nights spent inside with great music, and long walks in the colorful nature paradise. My October playlist reflects just this, but is also filled with energetic tunes, Solange’s new masterpiece and a couple of Norwegian classics.
Have a listen here!
Last week I jumped on a plane to Paris to get away for the week. Back to summer and 32*c weather, back to the city of lights, back to macarons, baguettes, and red wine. My trip didn’t have the best start, a mix of a colder nordic climate, in-flight air condition, and an extremely warm Paris gave me a fever for the first two days of my trip, so my trip really started on my third day, Wednesday, which was the same day as I switched hotels to the beautiful Hotel Chavanel right in the center of the city. What a lovely place to stay! I got the junior suite of this boutique hotel, which consisted of a beautiful bedroom-livingroom space, a desk (which comes very much in handy as a travel blogger) and a huge bathroom with a gorgeous big shower and a huge bubble bathtub. What more can you ask for in a home away from home?
The hotel is located on the 22 rue de Tronchet, right in the 8ème of Paris close to the Madeleine metro station. It’s always a good idea to stay right in the middle of the city since a day in Paris can take you east, west, north and south.
22 Rue Tronchet
A walk to the Jardin du Palais-Royal to sit in the park and get a coffeé at my favourite coffeé-place Café Kitsuné is always included in my travels to Paris.
Jardin du Palais-Royal
6 Rue de Montpensier
I also made a visit to Centre Pompidou for The Beat Generation-exhibition about the beatnick generation. Centre Pompidou also gives you one of the most beautiful views of Paris, all the way from the Sacré-Coeur to the Eiffel tower.
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