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Emma Elwin

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Picks of the week

Posted in Style
by Emma Elwin on 29 April, 2016

Emma Elwin shares her three favorite bargains from Tradera Trend.

Wallet, Prada. Turtleneck, Zara. Jeans, Chloé.

Here are my three favorite pieces that you can find on Tradera today. Secondhand really is the best way to shop! But always remember the Vivianne Westwood quote “Buy less, choose well. Make it last”.


Watermelon and ginger

Posted in Life
by Emma Elwin on 27 April, 2016

Emma Elwin has a new favorite recipe for making homemade popsicles.

Ice cream molds, Lapland eco store.

We just got these ice cream molds from my new favorite store. The first popsicle we made was of watermelon and ginger and I have to say it ws delicious! I think this is something we will do a lot this summer.


Countdown

Posted in Life
by Emma Elwin on

Emma shares her thoughts on the pregancy eight weeks from due date!

It feels unreal that eight weeks from now, we will have another little person living with us. I can not wait to meet and get to know this little human! At the moment I am feeling good! Writing this Stella is lying on my belly cuddling, I wonder if she knows that there is someone in there? The only thing that has changed these past two weeks is that I can no longer walk in my normal pace and that I get SO out of breath just from one set of stairs. Stella runs before me on our walks now a looks over her shoulder every now and then to make sure I am still there, she must be so bored with me by now. Another charming thing that returned in week 31 was the hormones, yey! They make me super angry, we are talking Hulk angry, from one second to the other. But the anger doesn’t last too long, thankfully.

You can read more about my thoughts on pregnancy here!


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