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Relax and De-Stress because you deserve it!!

Taking the train and heading to the north of Sweden. The silence, the nature, the space and fresh air makes this holiday a unique one!

I needed to relax, forget about the rest of the world, my problems and emotional moments. I’m happy to finally be far away.


Although my friend couldn’t guarantee 100% that I will see the Northern Lights but yesterday we stayed so late till we got to see them. OMG so pretty indeed.

I wish I can live here where I can just relax, go for long walks and watch the nature.

Oh I’m still easily impressed by the beauty out here. Puss XOXO


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When should you visit Sweden?

They say when it comes to weather, the ideal time to visit Sweden is during summer which usually during July and August.

However summer seems to be arriving early to Sweden this year and Thanks MAY for such an amazing weather.

Yes I finally can walk around with bare legs  and a T-shirt in Stockholm!

At this time, all the cafes and most attractions, including open-air museums, are open, having tables to lunch and dine in the open air to enjoy the sun.

Since it was a bit of long weekend for me, I have been out and about walking around the city, discovering new places and enjoying the beautiful sun!

Lately, I have been enjoying my time with Miley the dog. So nice. 🙂

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I’m always the happiest girl on earth around animals, they make me laugh, active and they give my self-esteem a kick. Maybe because the unconditional love they shower me with, or the fact that they’re completely nonjudgmental about me or my lifestyle.

I’m in love with Miley the dog. She is super sweet that I couldn’t get enough of her.

Summer is the most expensive time to fly to Sweden, as it is the peak season, but if you are here already then you are just so lucky to enjoy that amazing weather.

Hope you all tanned as much as me. Hahahaha

Puss Puss

Cat People Vs. Dog People


Humans have had debates about cat humans versus dog humans for a long time. You know, how cat people are more open and artistic and dog people are more social and easy going, all that stuff.

Both in the wild and at home, cats are solitary creatures most active at dawn and dusk. During the day, cats often seem indifferent to your presence. While cats enjoy playing with their owners or with other cats, their interest is often limited. Cats are aloof creatures who enjoy their personal space and dislike orders. Many will look at you with condescending pity if you command them to “sit” or “lie down.”

“Of all God’s creatures there is only one that cannot be made the slave of the lash. That one is the cat. If man could be crossed with the cat it would improve man, but it would deteriorate the cat.” – Mark Twain

Many—but certainly not all—cat owners are predisposed to solitary, intellectual pursuits that require a minimal amount of human interaction. At work, cat owners may prefer closed-door offices and minimal interruptions.

Dogs, like their wild canine ancestors, are sociable pack animals. Without daily walks, hour-long stick throwing-and-retrieving sessions and ample belly-rubbing, dogs will become surly, morose and prone to dig out your flower bed. Still, there is always a quiet dignity about dogs and an admirable sense of loyalty, which is why they are often referred to as “man’s best friend.”

“The dog is a gentleman; I hope to go to his heaven not man’s.” – Mark Twain

Many dog owners are social individuals who value time spent amongst their friends and peers. At work, they may prefer open office spaces with plenty of room for interaction and group projects. On the weekend, they may escape the confines of the city for the wild open spaces of the country. Dog people are often described as jocular, engaging and outgoing, and not at all opposed to being scratched behind the ear.

The question is: Are you a Cat Person or a Dog Person?!