Girls night in

I'm the type of person who wants all my friends to know each other and I say "the more the merrier" all the time, but this is quite difficult as my friends all live in various countries. I got to know Charlotte and Anja separately but for the last few occasions I've been home we've met all three of us. Anja was kind enough to host at her wonderful pinterest-like apartment and we had mulled wine, red wine, cheese, biscuits, chocolate and ginger bread cookies.. mmmh. dsc07638-copy dsc07639-copy dsc07642-copy dsc07643-copy dsc07644-copyFor the last year or so I've thought "what if" so many times. What if I never moved away from Karlstad? What if I moved back home earlier in life? What if I never took that job or moved to that country?I feel like life in London is so incredibly fast yet so frustratingly slow. I find it hard to accept how big London is and how difficult it is to progress with things like buying your own home or doing what you love (with that I mean: money or doing what you love..). I know I can't compare my life in London to my friends swedish life, but as long as I live in London I just have to add more "swedish" into it. I doubt it makes sense reading it, but in my mind it does. Maybe I'll do a blog post on how to make your life more swedish? Let me figure it out first! 

I had such a great time catching up with these ladies and I'm so thankful for their friendship. Next time I see them we'll hopefully have a triple date with our partners as well :)