This post has absolutely nothing to do with bicycling.
For days I have been wallowing around sick at home. I did not leave the house, let alone ride my bike. Even reading a novel seemed like too much work. This led to me watching literally hours of beauty videos online. Admitting this feels silly, but it’s the truth. I’m not that into makeup, but listening to these women’s voices was oddly comforting and I felt like I was learning something while using very minimal mental energy.
Most YouTube “guru” type makeup people are way too tacky or cutesy for my taste, but here are some that I like very much. If you feel like wasting some time, enjoy!
Even though I’m 31 and have been wearing makeup for years and years, I still feel like I don’t really know what I’m doing. Tell me I’m not the only grown woman who’s fallen into the rabbit hole of online beauty videos. I’ll feel a bit less silly.
Do you have any recommendations I should add to my list? Not that I need to waste more time on this…
We may be back from France in body, but not in spirit. Therefore, our fabulous guest blogging continues just a bit longer! Today we have the lovely Sigrid from My Hyggelig.
A place to share
A place to be positive
A place to be creative
A place to focus on happiness.
Along the journey
bicycles, bicycling, and bicyclists,
something always close to my heart,
began to become an important and enjoyable focus.
It is interesting how an interest
can open a world
enhance the everyday
bring like-minded people together
and create new journeys…
My interest in Dutch-Style bicycles in particular
has taken me to…
where I have found
that there can be happiness and beauty
in a cold and wintery climate:
thank you Mikael
where I can wander the streets of Amsterdam everyday
and enjoy a vacation trip with Marc via Dutch Bicycle:
thank you Marc
where a chat withMiss S
helped seal the deal on the Pash…Edmonton
thank you Sarah
…San Francisco My Hyggelig
Where Meli-g takes me on all her adventures
And lets me know it is okay for home to be where the heart is.
thank you Meli-g…Soon my friend, soon….
where I was along for Trisha’s Batuvus adventure.
thank you Trisha
where D.O.T. inspires me
when it is -20 below, grey, and windy
or 98 above, sunny, and humid…Chicago
I love this picture, Dottie looks like a Scandinavian Ice Princess
Thank you D.O.T.
On a business trip to San Francisco
I had a lovely morning
test riding and talking bicycles.
On a vacation trip to Sweden
I spent two of the loveliest afternoons of all time
test riding a Skeppshult and a Kronan
And in Minneapolis
I make small local trips
more about the journey
than the destination.
Fitting bicycles into my daily life,
where ever I may be
or want to go
brings me unique experiences
and lasting memories.
Finding happiness in the ordinary
by making it extraordinary
is what my life in Minneapolis has taught me.
Where has your bicycle journey taken you?
Continue the journey with Sigrid at her beautiful blog, My Hyggelig.