Jeg lar meg inspirere, dere! Av de store, flinke bloggerne som tar oss med seg rundt en hel dag.
Jeg iførte meg katteklokka og knipset et bilde i timen. En morsom utfordring!
La oss se hvordan en slik dag kan arte seg for min del. Tidene er omtrentlige, altså!
07.00: Jeg står opp klokka sju, som vanlig.
08.00: Frokost! Kornblanding med yoghurt og kiwi samt granateplejuice.
10.00: Flere listeaktiviteter på skjermen, som å skrive på en tekst til Oh Chérie, med te ved siden av.
12.00: Lunsj med en episode av The IT Crowd.
15.00: Jeg stikker innom SmåTING, kanskje byens mest fargerike butikk, bare for å titte.
16.00: Besøk hos andre foretak, hvorav ett som holder til i en stilig oppgang med speil. Hei!
17.00: Jeg vender nesa hjemover og tar en tekopp underveis, på en nyåpnet yoga-kafé i nabolaget.
19.00: Jeg treffer Maren og tar banen mot vest, for vi er invitert til en felles venninne for å se på film.
Maren har Mummi-nett og røde negler.
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In other words: I decided to take a photo every hour for a whole day, inspired by the big, talented bloggers out there. This was a Tuesday in February (gosh, the weeks fly by, don’t they?) when I did not have any freelance jobs, and that meant I could fill the day with whatever I wanted. Such a treat! The times are not accurate, but this was more or less what it looked like. I got up at seven, had breakfast, did some housework while listening to the radio, wrote on an article while drinking tea and then worked out. (I am the queen of exercising at home, haha!) After showering and getting ready I had lunch, and then I went out under the black trees and bright blue sky to contact possible freelance employers and give them my card. (If we want something to happen, we have to make it happen!) I visited many different places with nice backyards and mirrors, and dropped by a colourful toy shop, and then had a cup of tea in my neighbourhood on the way home. My boyfriend and I made and had dinner – we chopped lots of vegetables and threw it in the wok with some salmon – and then I met a friend and took the metro to another friend. We watched Ratatouille and ate cinnamon buns. When we went home there was an art installation that brightened up the evening, and when I arrived home I read a chapter in a fun and intriguing book before going to bed a bit after eleven. That was it – a relaxed and very nice day. Thanks for the company!