I am in New York, baby!

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Held i uheld må siges at være sandt. Netop som alt så sort ud, og vi var strandet i Mexico med en-vejsbilleter til Europa tæt mod 10.000 kr, fandt vi ud af, at det var hurtigere og billigere at flyve til New York. Vi havde allerede talt om, at vi burde tage til New York i juli/august og se min kærestes venner og familie. At vi så var heldige at finde væsentligt billigere flybilletter fra Mexico til New York, passede så perfekt. Jeg havde arbejde i juli, men takket være søde kollegaer fik jeg det afsat. Nu er jeg altså i New York og er nogenlunde rolig igen efter nogle stressende kaos-dage i som strandet i Mexico.

New York er som altid skøn. Det er min syvende gang i byen! Jeg var her sidst for et helt år siden, og jeg kan slet ikke forstå, at der er gået et helt år. Det år er virkelig fløjet af sted. Vi bor i min kærestes lejlighed i Brooklyn, som hans kusine bor i til hverdag. Heldigvis er der to soveværelser, så vi alle kan være her. Masser af plads efter New York-standarder. I går var vi til en børnefødselsdag, hvor en lama, et får og en ged var sat op i baghaven på ægte amerikaner-manér. Intet er for meget til børnefødselsdage i USA. Bagefter mødtes vi med min kærestes familie på en bar i Williamsburg for at se fodboldkampen mellem USA og Colombia. Heldigvis var det de rigtige, der vandt 😉 New York er altså noget helt specielt.

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ENGLISH: So, being stuck in Mexico turned out to not only being bad. We figured that we could book a plane ticket from Mexico to New York instead of having to spend a crazy amount of buying a one-way ticket back to Berlin. We’d been talking about going to New York in the end of July/August to see my boyfriend’s friends and family and spend some time in his hometown. Going straight from Mexico seemed like the best solution. As a result of this, we are now in New York. I am so happy to be back in the city after not being here for a year. I can’t believe how fast this year has gone by!

We are staying in my boyfriend’s apartment in Brooklyn where his cousin is staying. Luckily the apartment has two bedrooms, and more than enough space, especially for New York standards. So far we haven’t been doing much besides chilling, walking around Brooklyn and catching up with friends and family. So, yesterday we went to a kid’s birthday party. The party turned into more of a grown up party with dancing and trap music. Then, later on, we met my boyfriend’s family at a bar to watch the USA/Colombia football game. Luckily the right ones won 😉 We don’t know how long we are staying yet, but we are thinking two-three weeks.

Stuck in Mexico

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English:.. Yep! And Mexico is not the best place to be stuck with the airport of Cancun that only have airplanes in the direction of Europe leaving a few times a day, not to mention how expensive they are. How this happened is a long and complicated story. It is caused by three big worldwide travel companies that screwed up our booking and canceled our flight. There is nothing we can do before we are back in Germany, so as of right now, we are stuck in Cancun.

I am trying to look at this as an adventure – right now blogging from an obscure hotel room that has four different beds all in one room, a very loud and old air condition, but at least it has a/c AND wifi, so we can’t complain. On the other hand, it is hard to deal with this positively as I am 1. stuck in Mexico. 2. spending money on obscure hotel rooms. 3. was supposed to be in Germany now, working. 4. always get kinda anxious when I let people down (work!). 5. and don’t really know when or how to get back. Furthermore, my blog is one big mess caused by a picture problem that no one seems to be able to resolve. And my boyfriend is sleeping – through stress, work, a loud air condition and my loud tapping on the keyboard trying to fix some of all these problems. (Guys!)

I am out, and sorry for the rather not happy post but that’s life sometimes… The weather is great in Europe right now, so I hope you are enjoying it where ever you are <3

 

 

Arrived in Mexico

Mexico Silverstories

Mexico, Playa del Carmen, touch down! Efter at have stået op klokken fire om morgenen, fløjet fra Berlin til Düsseldorf, så taget en 11 timers flyvetur fra Düsseldorf til Cancun, kom vi endelig til vores længe ventede destination! Vi var overlykkelige over langt om længe at være her, da turen jo som bekendt blev fem dage forsinket. Da vi endelig nåede frem var vi ret udmattede og jetlaggede, for syv timers tidsforskel er altså ikke så lidt. For at holde os vågne tog vi på stranden og gik rundt i vores område, og vi holdt os vågne helt til kl. 22 (kl. 5 om morgenen i Berlin), og i morges da klokken slog fem, var vi spilvågne og klar til at starte dagen. Vi tænkte så at udnytte, at vi for en gangs skyld var tidligt oppe og gik til stranden for at se solen stå op, hvilket var helt fortryllende. Derefter morgenmad og resten af dagen har vi så egentlig bare brugt på stranden. Det er normalt ikke min stil, men den her strand er så fantastisk, at det var helt okay. Jeg elsker jetlag den her vej, for det er så dejligt for en gangs skyld at vågne op helt af sig selv (frisk!) så tidligt om morgenen – noget der normalt aldrig sker for mig. Nu er vi lige vågnet fra en lur (hvilket er obligatorisk at tage på en sådan ferie), og om lidt skal vi på restaurant og spise…. mexikansk mad, surprise! Sammen med italiensk mad er mexikansk min yndlings mad, og det er ingen hemmelighed at man spiser helt fantastisk i denne del af landet, og det skal udnyttes. I morgen skal vi planlægge lidt hvad ferien skal gå med, for der er et hav af ting at lave her i Cancun-området, så vi har ikke tid til at bruge flere hele dage på stranden 😉 Livet er godt – sådan kan det kun være, når man er omringet af palmetræer!

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ENGLISH: Mexico, Playa del Carmen, touch down! After getting up at four in the morning, taking a flight from Berlin-Düsseldorf then an 11 hour flight from Düsseldorf to Cancun, we arrived in paradise, rather exhausted and jetlagged. We went straight to the beach and managed to stay awake till 10 pm (5 in the morning Berlin time), and today we woke up at 5 am well rested and ready for the day. We went to the beach to watch the sunrise and it was mesmerizing. We took a long walk by the beach (in the daytime it is too hot to do), and walked around till breakfast was ready at 7 am. I love jetlag this way around because for once, I wake up early in the morning and I feel like the day is so long because at noon you have already been up for hours and done a ton of stuff already. Our first day in paradise was spend relaxing completely. Now we just took a nap (when on vacation, right?) and then we have to get ready for dinner – and of course, we are having Mexican food. Tomorrow we are going to figure out and plan what to do here – there are so many things to do and see!  Life is good – but who am I kidding? Life can only be good when spent surrounded by palm trees.

UNDERWEAR TALES

Underwear Tales Magazine

Today I am sharing with you an exclusive interview with the entrepreneur and founder of the magazine Underwear Tales, Jesus Caicedo, who also happens to be my boyfriend. He recently published his own magazine featuring personal stories from the bedroom told by people from all over the world. A magazine that he has been working hard on for a few months, and of course, as a supporting girlfriend who has been by his side through this process, I am very proud and happy, and therefore I wanted to share with you all an exclusive interview with the founder himself – something about him and his background, how the idea of Underwear Tales came to life and how the process of writing and publishing his own magazine have been;

Please, introduce yourself!

My name is Jesus. I was born in Cali, Colombia, but when I was about one year old, my family moved to Brooklyn, NYC, where I lived my whole life, till I, about two years ago, moved to Berlin. I studied art and art history at Parsons. Besides from running Underwear Tales, I dream of, one day, to open my own bar. 

Why did you move from NYC, the city that never sleeps to Berlin?

Living in Brooklyn almost my whole life, I felt like I was missing out on the world. If I stayed in Brooklyn any longer, I would get caught up in the vortex of sleep, work, pay bills and repeat. I felt stuck and I just wanted to get away and start a new. It was a huge risk, and I was willing to take it. I fell in love with Berlin on my first visit in 2012, Berlin felt so comfortable and familiar even though it was my first visit. I was drawn to the relaxed atmosphere, the artistic nature and creativity you feel everywhere in the city. Having an art school background, I know how hard it is to find your creative zone. For me it was Berlin. Every corner and building was so inspiring to me, I simply felt this is where I belong. New York City is a smoke screen. It appears to be so liberal, free and accepting, but in fact it’s the complete opposite and Berlin had what I was looking for. In Berlin the prices of living are way lower than NYC (and other big cities), so people are actually able to live a good life here and life out their dreams without being forced to work multiple jobs. 

Underwear Tales Magazine Pro QM Berlin

How did you come up with an idea to start Underwear Tales?

One night I decided to finally take a look at this website everyone yaps about and shares constantly on Facebook titled “Humans of New York”. A page which basically goes around NYC and interviews people about daily life matters, and each story always resonates something in people and makes us take a look at ourselves. It is always taking the reader through an inner self journey, if that makes any sense. I, myself am a fan of always taking things a step further and thought about: what if we ask people about the most intimate secret they would like to share – their Underwear Tales. Of course this is not a question, I could just run up to people and ask randomly, so I started a Facebook group named Underwear Tales and asked the question in a status update, not expecting to get many answers, but boy, was I wrong! Within a week I was bombarded with so many tales and stories from people from all around the world. It was amazing, and that is how Underwear Tales was born. I figured if so many people within a week could be interested in this, why not turn it into a magazine?

How did you publish your own magazine?

Originally I was going to do it with a publishing company but last minute decided to self publish. When working alone on all aspects of a project it begins to personify into a new born child, and you’re watching it grow. Publishing on my own, I have total control, who I want involved with my child and what is the best fit. Luckily for me, I know a lot of talented and creative people, so the magazine is actually made exclusively by people I know, and I think around (besides from the people that shared their stories) that ten people have been involved.

What did you learn in the process?

I learned to be very patient and love my work, also through the bad days. Staring at the same photographs and designs all the time, you begin to have a lot of self doubt and moments of discouragement, where you think “Is this really good? and is this good enough?”. I learned to overcome it by positive thinking and believing in myself. I learned to ask others for help and validation, something I never really did before, but on bad days, hearing positive feedback is the only way forward.

What would be the best advice you would give to someone dreaming of going their own way like you did?

I’d say go for it! In the process you will have down moments (and many of them), but when it is complete, the feeling is amazing. The best feeling I’ve had so far is having companies and stores interested in my magazine and wanting to sell and distribute it. It’s a very good feeling and motivates me to keep going.

Underwear can be purchased here, or at Pro Qm in Berlin, and you can go like their Facebook page here.

Underwear Tales Interview

 

BLACK/WHITE – ALL NEW OUTFIT

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Så er der gået hele to dage siden jeg sidst tjekkede ind med de kedelige nyheder, at vi måtte vinke farvel til vores fly mod Mexico. Vi er stadig i Berlin, for Thomas Cook har stadig ikke fundet en løsning på problemet, og det er forholdsvis frustrerende. Mine forældre havde overvejet at komme til Berlin i denne weekend, men det måtte vi aflyse, fordi jeg netop troede, at jeg skulle til Mexico. Derfor er det ret trist at tænke på, at jeg nu er her alligevel og kunne have haft en dejlig weekend med dem, eller endda være taget til København. Vi prøver at vente tålmodigt og håbe på, at vi alligevel kommer af sted eller i hvert fald, at problemet bliver løst. Nu prøver jeg så at holde humøret højt og at få det bedste ud af, at jeg har nogle fridage i Berlin, som jo helt klart ikke er det værste sted at være strandet 😉

Denne weekend har jeg fået lov til at lave en Instagram Take Over hos Take Offer, hvor jeg viser deres følgere rundt og tipper til alle mine yndlingssteder i Berlin, så jeg vil helt klart anbefale jer at tage et kig forbi her. Det er nu fredag eftermiddag, og jeg sidder på en hyggelig café i mit område, drikker en stor kop kaffe og deler en croissant med min kæreste, mens vi begge arbejder på vores computere. Det glamourøse freelancer-liv 😉 For tiden er vi faktisk tvunget på caféer med wifi for at kunne lave noget som helst på internettet, for af ukendte årsager, har vores wifi i lejligheden besluttet sig for ikke at fungere mere, og især ikke, hvis vi begge er på på samme tid. Det gør mig dog ikke så meget, for jeg arbejder meget mere effektivt og koncentreret ude for hjemmet.

Et lille hej fra mig og en god weekend til jer alle sammen! Har I nogle planer for jeres weekend? Knus!

Tilføjelse: nu glemte jeg jo helt at skrive om mit outfit, som det egentlig var meningen med dette post. Fashionblogger kan man vist ikke kalde mig, haha! Jeg er i nyt tøj og accessories fra top til tå, og har blandet andet sko fra Asos, tøj fra Zara og min fantastiske nye, lædertaske fra danske My Sisters. To af mine gode veninder har hver især en taske fra My Sisters, og jeg har længe været misundelig, så da denne smukke taske landede i min postkasse for nogle uger siden, var jeg selvklart henrykt. Taskerne er i smukt design og lækker kvalitet, og det bedste af det hele er næsten deres priser, som er yderst student- eller budgetvenlige. Tjek My Sisters her.

ENGLISH: Two days have passed since I last checked in, and (sadly) we are still in Berlin and not in Mexico. Thomas Cook hasn’t yet come up with a solution for us and it is rather frustrating being “stranded” in Berlin not knowing if we are going to leave or not, especially because my parents were planning to visit this weekend, but we cancelled because I thought, I was going to Mexico. Then of course I could just go to Copenhagen instead, but as of right now we don’t know if Thomas Cook will miraculously call us and say that the fixed it. I still hope so! And while I am in Berlin without any plans I am trying to get the best out of it, enjoying this great city, roaming around the streets and drinking coffee and eating croissants in all the newly opened cafes I have on my endless to-visit-list. So far I’ve crossed off three new cafes in Berlin, and I will of course do a post for you about them 😉

This weekend I am also doing an Instagram take over for the account Take Offer where I share my favorite places in Berlin, so feel free to take a look here. It is Friday afternoon and I am currently in a cafe drinking coffee, sharing a croissant with my boyfriend while we are both getting some work done. The glamorous life of freelancers 😉 For the moment we are actually forced to go to cafes to get work done, because the wifi in our apartment doesn’t work if we are both on it, but for me I also feel like I am able to work more focused and faster, when I am not at home. There are too many distractions in my apartment!

A little update and hello from me, and I wish you all a great weekend. Do you have any plans for the weekend?

Addition: I completely forgot to write about my outfit which was actually the whole plan for this post. Not a very good fashion blogger 😉 I am wearing new shoes from Asos, a dress from Zara and my new, amazing bag from Danish My Sisters. Two of my good friends both have bags from My Sisters, and for a long time I always envied their bags, so of course, I was more than happy when this bag landed in my post box a few weeks ago. Their bags are all in awesome designs, made of the softest calf leather, and the best of it all is their low prices for a beautiful leather bag. I like! Check them out here.

WHEN THINGS DON’T GO AS PLANNED

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Når tingene ikke helt går som planlagt…. er lige præcis hvad der er sket for mig i dag. Som mange af jer sikkert ved (fordi jeg ikke har talt eller skrevet om andet de sidste par dage), var i dag dagen, hvor jeg skulle med en flyver mod varmere himmelstrøg syd på – nærmere betegnet Tulum i Mexico. Det er jeg så af uforklarlige grunde ikke – i stedet takker jeg Bonanza Coffee Roasters i Kreuzberg for (hvor jeg sidder lige nu), at der på dage som disse findes kaffe, som jeg kan drukne sorgerne i. Spøg til side. Nå, hvad er der så sket? I morges stod jeg op kl. 6 for at hoppe i en taxa mod lufthavnen for derefter at flyve til Mexico, men guderne ville det på en anden måde. Da vi skal tjekke ind virker alt fint, indtil damen bag disken siger, at vi skal gå til Thomas Cooks kontor, fordi vores tur er blevet annulleret. Vi fatter intet, men lærer derefter, at Thomas Cook af uforklarlige årsager har besluttet  sig for at aflyse vores tur, vel og mærke uden at give os nogen form for besked eller opdatering, eller betale vores penge tilbage. Efter telefonopkald hvor intet blev løst, måtte vi vende tilbage mod vores lejlighed, og der er altså noget ret antiklimaks over, ikke alene at stå op kl. 6 om morgenen uden grund, men at vende tilbage til ens lejlighed, når man troede, at man skulle til Mexico. Lang historie kort, er dagen blevet brugt på adskillige telefonopkald med Thomas Cook, der endnu ikke har fundet en løsning til os, så som det ser ud nu, ved vi ikke, om eller hvornår, vi kommer af sted, og som man nok kan regne ud, er humøret ikke højt og vi er heller ikke Thomas Cooks største fans.

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ENGLISH: When things don’t go as planned is exactly what this post is about. As many of you might know, as I have literally not been talking or writing about anything else the past days, this was the day I was supposed to go to Tulum, Mexico. And for very unclear reasons, I am not currently on a plane on my way to Tulum….. Instead I am having a coffee at the recently opened new Bonanza Coffee Roastery in Kreuzberg to try and drown my sorrows. This morning we got up at 6 am to take a cab to the airport, as our flight was suppose to leave at 8.20 am. When we get to the check in, everything seems fine until the airport staff says that we have to go to the Thomas Cook office, because our trip has been cancelled. Long story short, out of nowhere and without notifying us at all (or give us any money back in our accounts) Thomas Cook decided to cancel our trip. This day has been spend making numerous phone calls to Thomas Cook staff who doesn’t yet have any solution for us, so as of now, it is simple to say that we are not the biggest fans of Thomas Cook, nor do we know if we are actually going to Tulum or when. Going back to our apartment from the airport felt so sad and anti climax, when we literally thought that we where going to Tulum, and this whole incident seems completely messed up as it makes no sense why Thomas Cook would just go and cancel our trip without notifying us in any way.

SUNNY DAYS IN BERLIN

Sunny days in Berlin

Hvorfor er alting bare tusinde gange bedre, når solen skinner? Det har de sidste mange dage været fuldstændig fantastisk vejr i Berlin, og jeg føler, at jeg ser byen med helt nye øjne. Alting synes frisk og nyt, og i går gik jeg en lang tur i mit område og så mindst en håndfuld af nye caféer og restauranter – jeg ved ikke, om de reelt er helt ny-åbnede, eller om det er fordi, at jeg bare ikke har lagt mærke til dem før. Solen og vejret gør bare, at man lægger mærke til ting, der måske har været der før. Byen er sprunget ud og der er en skøn, glad stemning over byen og overalt sidder folk i godt selskab og hygger sig, og glæden smitter. Tak solskin!

Sidste uge var vejret også fantastisk, men jeg arbejde overtimer – sådan er det, når man er heldig nok til atter at skulle på to ugers ferie, så jeg klager bestemt ikke. Det dejlige vejr gjorde, at jeg, når jeg fik fri om aftenen, mødtes med venner – enten til middag eller bare til en drink, og det er en mega kontrast til mine vinteraftener i Berlin. Når man først får fri kl. 20.30, og det er mørkt og koldt, så orker man sjældent ud efter arbejde. Det har solen og lyset nu også ændret på. Generelt kan jeg mærke at både mit humør, overskud og energiniveau er opfyldt, og det er så rart.

Denne weekend var også skøn. Jeg har en ven, der bor i den vildeste lejlighed. Den lejlighed har selvfølgelig også en kæmpe rooftop, der nok er større end hele min lejlighed, og det skal selvfølgelig udnyttes. Jeg skrev til ham lørdag formiddag: “Hvad skal du i aften?”. Han svarede hurtigt, at han ikke havde nogle planer, og jeg skrev lynhurtigt tilbage “så holder vi grill-fest på din rooftop!”, og som den gode ven han er, var han frisk. Vi havde derudover noget helt specielt, vi skulle fejre. Nemlig at min kæreste har udgivet sit eget magasin, som I kan se mere om her. Et par timer senere mødtes vi således med alt, hvad man har brug for, for at holde en succesfuld grillaften – pølser, salat, kartoffelsalat, pølsebrød, ketchup, kold hvidvin, kold rosé og selvfølgelig en masse øl, gode venner og godt humør. Det var et af de perfekte eksempler på, at de bedste minder og aftener er dem, der ikke er planlagt, men bare spontane og skønne. Vi blev til kl. 4 om morgenen og cyklede derefter hjem gennem byen, mens det var ved at blive lyst kun iført shorts, t-shirt og klip-klappere. Nu har jeg fri fra arbejde, og i morgen tidlig går turen til Tulum, Mexico, og jeg glæder mig helt vildt!

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ENGLISH: Why is everything just better when the sun in shining? The weather in Berlin has been absolutely amazing the past many days and I feel like I am seeing the city with new eyes. Everything seems fresh and new, and yesterday I took a long walk around my neighborhood and noticed multiple new restaurants and cafes, and even a new ice cream parlor. I don’t know if they are actually all brand new openings, or if it is just because I haven’t noticed them before, but one thing I know for sure is that Berlin is amazing, but as soon as the sun starts shining, the city is even more amazing. Everyone is happy and outside enjoying the sunny days in Berlin with laughs, smiles and good company.

Last week the weather was good but unfortunately I was working over hours (that’s how it goes when I am lucky enough to leave for vacation once again), but as soon as I got off work in the evening, I met up with friends every single night, some for dinner, some for drinks and catching up. Another thing that is good about this weather and sunny days in Berlin – instead of going home tired after work in the evening, you meet up with friends and stay out late <3

This weekend was a great one too – I have a friend that lives in the sickest apartment. He has his own rooftop that is literally the size of my apartment. I wrote him “what are you doing tonight?” he quickly replied “nothing”, and I was fast to write him back “then we will have a BBQ party at your rooftop!” and a few hours later we meet up at his roof with everything you need for a succesfull bbq – sausages, chicken, salads, potato salad, bread, ketchup, cold white wine and of course, lots of beer, and throughout the night more and more joined us. Besides from having a good night, we also had something very speciel to celebrate – my boyfriend has written and published his own magazine that you can see more about here!  It was one of those living proofs that the best memories are the ones that aren’t to planned but rather spontaneous. We stayed there till four in the morning and biked home while the sun was almost rising, only wearing t-shirts, shorts and flip-flops. Bliss. I feel like I am once again reminded why Berlin is so amazing (I mean, Berlin is always amazing, but the sun makes it so much better!).

THREE HEALTHY AND FILLING BREAKFAST RECIPES YOU HAVE TO TRY

Three healthy and filling breakfast recipes

Breakfast is my favorite meal, and I enjoy it so much that I sometimes have granola for dinner. It is yummy, it is versatile and the best breakfasts will make sure that the rest of your day will be good! Since I am such a fan of breakfasts, I have experimented with some different healthy, yet filling breakfast recipes I wanna share with you today. The best of it all is that they are really easy to make! I am not a good chef and I don’t have patience, but I still managed to whip together these healthy and filling breakfast recipes. 

Three healthy and filling breakfast recipes you have to try

Oatmeal with bananas and vanilla topping

What you need:
a handfull of oats
one banana
milk/water
vanilla yogurt

Turn on your stove, put the oats and milk/water (whatever you prefer) in a pot and mix them together. When halfway done, cut the banana (preferably a not to young banana, we want them sweet and mushy) and put it in the pot as well. Stir and mix still you have the kind of oatmeal you prefer. Top it off with a big spoon of vanilla yogurt. When I make this recipe I actually make the oatmeal at night time and put it in the fridge. Before leaving for work I will then add the yogurt, and the oatmeal is very delicious cold as well.

This one is one of my favorites, because the banana and yogurt turn the warm oatmeal into the most delicious food and gives it all a soft, mushy texture. 

Chia pudding with coconut

What you need:
chia seeds
dried/shaved coconut
rice milk with coconut

Use two table spoons of chia seeds and put them in a glass. Cover them with the rice milk with coconut. Stir. Let them soak in the rice milk overnight. The morning after you have a perfect chia pudding! Top it with pieces of dried/shaved coconut, and you have a healthy and very filling breakfast.

If you don’t yet know what chia seeds are, it is about right time you learn about them! They are tiny seeds considered some of the most healthy food in the world, packed with omega 3, antioxidants, fibers, and very good for your body and brain. You can eat chia seeds as they are, but the way many people eat them is by soaking them in water, yogurt or milk, and they will turn into spongy little things, getting the kinda same texture as fish eggs.

Three breakfast recipes to try this summer

Vanilla chia pudding with toppings

What you need:
chia seeds
vanilla yogurt
your favorite granola
your favorite berries/fruit

Take two spoons of chia seeds and top them with vanilla yogurt and stir. Leave it in the fridge overnight, and the morning after top it with your favorite granola and favorite fruits or berries and you are good to go!

This is the kind of breakfast that could easily become your new favorite because of four things. 1. It is easy and quick to make. 2. It is healthy. 3. You are able to top it with your favorite granola and fruits. 4. It keeps you full for many hours.

So there you have it! My three healthy and filling breakfast recipes that you have to try. Have you tried something similar before? Do you know about chia seeds? Do you have any favorite breakfast recipes you want to share with me?