Archives for the month of: May, 2013

… and women over 50 can rock fashion and style too! How cool are they??

Look at this pictures, I want more of them women over 50 enjoying fashion,style,themselves, Life!

I am sure it’s not esay but if I come to that age I will defentely give it a try and have my own style. I love it.








Pictures found at ‘advanced style’


This Photograph is called “confusing Fashion” by Nancy Lan an australian Graphic Designer and Photographer. I love the look and optic confusion.

How I prepared my Yoga Classes.

It always took me at least half an hour. I took my Yoga matt, sat down and thought about a theme how to begin the class. For example: “today we dedicate our Yoga Class to ill people. We sit down meditate and start mostly with downward facing dog…”

I think about the different poses try them out and look for good combination with smooth transitions. I write or draw them out in a paper so I don’t forget and bring it to the Class.

Here is an example. As you will see my keywords are a mixture of Sanskrit names,English and German 🙂


Mens Fashion.

I love it when “mature” men are stylish. It makes them sexy. In my opinion a little sense for Fashion is always good. Don’t you think? Fashion is not only for “young” people.

Here are some examples of what I think is stylish.

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Swedish Style.

I found these pictures surfing around looking for Swedish Interior Design ideas. There are all interiors of houses and apartments in Sweden. I like the swedish style because they keep it simple but cool, cosy and stylish at the same time.

Isn’t it great the the visual impact a simple brick wall can bring? I want one…






Embrace the cliché and make breakfast the most important meal of the day, filling up on energy-giving oats and also eggs , which contain a nutrient called choline, thought to help cognitive performance and improve memory as we age.

For lunch, eat foods with a low glycemic index (vegetables, wholemeal spaghettis, beans, peas etc) to keep you going until dinner.

For your last meal of the day, make the most of oily fish, especially salmon . The clever swimmers are a great source of omega-3, an essential fatty-acid, with many health benefits and are believed to help brain funtion. Not a fish fan? Try flaxseeds, believed to be the best vegetarian source of omega-3.

For Energy eat healthy snacks, packed with wholefoods like dried fruit nuggets and melon bran pots or, if you can’t close your books for long enough to cook, snack on blueberries, blackcurrants and other berries, all full of vitamin C, which is thought to help improve mental agility. Vitmain E and zinc are also thought to have a positive impact on the brain so have a helping of pumpkin seeds and walnuts on hand next time hunger strikes.

Found good information at

Her are some pictures I found surfing in fashion blogs…..


on ‘fashion collective’


on ‘Fashion by Sai’


on ‘indvlge’. I love this look.

Interior Design

Here is a design that inspires tranquility and comfort. The mood rocking bed was designed by Joe Manus from Shiner International and is suited for both indoors and outdoors…. fancy rocking that!


Men and Yoga

The other day I went to a Yoga class, the first since 3 years and even it was a class for beginners and I am not, I enjoyed it very much. What I realised was that there were all women in the class.

Why is it that there aren’t as many men as women in the class?

Does anyone think that Yoga is a womens thing? Why? Because of the ‘Om Shanti’ singing in some classes? Is it because women are supposedly more flexible than men? Or because everyone think that when you are not flexible (like the others in the Yoga class) you do a fool of yourself and women don’t mind making a fool of themselves as much as men do?

Yoga was actually developed for men. For warriors, especially Hatha Yoga which deals mostly with body and breathing exercises that help the student to become aware of his or her internal states. Hatha yoga exercises help to make the body a healthy and strong resource for the student.

Yes, Yoga is good for everyone men and women especially Yoga offering so many different kinds. Everyone can find the one that suits him/her the best which is very important. It is important to know what you want and what feels good for your body. Always listen to your body. Everyone should try Yoga men, women, old, young kids and adolescents. The benefits of Yoga shouldn’t be ignored.

If everyone in this world would do Yoga, would it be a better place?

No, I don’t think so but we would be happier and healthier.

So what are you waiting for?



I am a designer and I am fascinated by typography, especially because it’s not my strength. I admire people who have a great sense of typography as it really brings things to life.

I love the modern feel of this layout,

Tpography by Fikriye


Piece of Art, love the colours.
Broken Sun by Aimee Joariti

Benefits of Warrior One

The role of Warrior One is vast. Done properly and consistently, the most noticeable benefits include:

– Increased flexibility in the hips and shoulders with – enhanced stability
– Toned abdominal organs
– Ability to face life with an open heart
– Increased strength in legs, and back
– Increased strength in your ankles
– Relieved back pain and sciatica


These are the so called Boom Boom Chairs, a project by designer Christine Delvecchio. Boom Boom Chairs are all recycled and refurbished chairs.


The Bravo Chair is a project developed by Matte Nyberg.

Looks cool and cosy to me! (pics from Freshome)

How to boost your metabolism (burn more fat)


  • Eating three small meals with healthy snacks like: Bananas, Apples, Blueberries, Cherries fresh or dry and nuts in between will help keep blood sugar levels stable, improving appetite control and preventing overeating.
  • eat more vegetables, salads and plenty of proteins (white meat,fish and pulses)
  • do cardio workouts 3 times a week AND weights; Build up muscles they burn more calories.
  • use coconut oil for cooking. no margarine and reduce butter intake.
  • drink enough water (preferable still) during the day
  • cook ;-0
  • sleep enough (7-8 hours)
  • be happy


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