Can you believe I found these awesome boots in H&M for only £25? Me neither! Besides being very cool, they are also really comfortable because of the rubber soles and heels. I can't wait to wear them so I can be (almost) as tall as all my friends! Short girl problems...

These boots should be available online, so make sure to grab a pair if you need nice and comfortable black ankle boots!

What's the last thing you bought? What do you think of the boots?



Hi everyone!
Today I want to share a delicious rhubarb and strawberry compote recipe with you! It's actually the first time I share a recipe here, on the blog, because I'm not really into cooking - I'm actually pretty bad at it (whoops). But I find this recipe quite easy and the result is so good!

·300 grams of rhubarb, cut into small pieces
·150 grams of strawberry, cut into small pieces
·Approximately 100 grams of sugar
·The vanilla from half a vanilla bean
·A jam/marmalade jar

This is kind of the easiest part - you just have to put all the ingredients in a pot, bring it to a boil and stir often until it looks like a compote. It doesn't matter if there are still a few bits of fruit left. This part of the recipe normally takes around 10 minutes. 
When it's done, you just have to put the compote in the jar and place it in the fridge. Serve it with some yoghurt and muesli for a maximum of yummy-ness!
I hope you enjoyed my first recipe post and that it wasn't too difficult to understand. Let me know in the comments if you plan on trying to make this!

Do you enjoy cooking? And do you spend a lot of time doing so?



The first three pictures are from Puente Nuevo in Ronda and the rest are from Alhambra in Granada.

This is the second post about my vacation in Andalusia in Spain - read the first one here!

I kind of feel like the pictures say everything. The landscapes are breathtaking and Alhambra is so interesting and beautiful! I would really recommend visiting both Puente Nuevo and Alhambra, if you ever go to Andalusia. As Granada is a bit far away from Estepona, we actually stayed at a hotel in Granada for just one night so we could be ready to go to Alhambra early in the morning. Alhambra was definitely worth waking up early - it's so impressive! And so was the view from Puente Nuevo in Ronda!

Have you ever been to Andalusia? Where would you like to go on vacation?



Dress: Kvickly Sandals: Birkenstock Bracelet: Unknown 

I really really love this dress. Well, I mean, I love dresses in general, but it's just so comfortable to wear a maxi dress (plus, no one will notice that you didn't shave your legs that day!). My mom found this dress in a supermarket (!!!) and I immediately fell in love with it. My grandmother helped me sew it shorter (life is a bit more complicated when you're a short person) and now it fits so well. 

I hope you're having a great day! Today was my first day of school after the summer break and I'm starting my tenth and last year at the school I'm at right now, so I'll have a lot of exams and tests this year. After this year, I'm moving forward in the Danish education system, starting at a new school where I'll go for three years before I can go to university. I'm glad to be back in school because of the routine that comes along with having to be somewhere at a special time but I am so not ready for homework *sad face*. 

What do you think about the outfit? And what are you doing this year?