Last week my good friend Helena nominated me for a Liebster Award, a blogging award that has been going around the blogosphere for a while. Basically, it’s about showing some of your favourite blogs some love and getting to know each other a little bit better. I’m always up for some good questions and connecting with others, so I am happy to play along!
Happy Friday, guys! Welcome to a new feature on Hanna’s Places: Our Perfect Date. I’m going to introduce you to different couples who are going to share what their perfect date would look like. Life (and love) isn’t about consuming stuff and always looking for exciting new experiences, but about cherishing moments with the people you love. So the perfect date doesn’t have to look like a Hollywood film, it can also be a cup of coffee at the museum café. I can’t wait to read all the different stories from different people!
For the first issue, I am happy to say that one of my favourite ‘blogger couples’ – Becka and Nathan from Yeobo – agreed to take part! Yeobo means darling, and that’s exactly what their blog is – it’s full of their adventures, inspiration and daily life. I loved reading their story and I bet you will, too!
Good morning everybody! It’s time for the first Everlasting Apparel of the year. And this one is a good one, I can promise you. I first discovered Cat’s blog sometime over the holidays on one of those lazy afternoons when you have nothing else to do than shamelessly getting lost on Pinterest. Bliss. Take Courage is such a dreamy space, where Cat shares stories about her adventures in and around London, life shot with her analog camera, diy’s, her amazing vintage finds and so much more. I’m so happy she wanted to take part in Everlasting Apparel!
This year I visited Copenhagen over New Year’s Eve with two of my best friends. Copenhagen has been on my travel bucket list for forever so I’m so happy that I finally made it and went there. What can I say: it didn’t dissappoint! It’s definitely just as pretty and charming as I had imagined, even if it was freezing outside and there were no leaves on the trees.