Easy Dinner @ Home

Last nights dinner: super easy, done in 10 minutes and I'd like to say semi-healthy, too. We had gyozas filled with mushrooms and chicken, which we got at our local asian store close by. I absolutely love these things and may just call them my new favourite meal for when I don't want to cook for long. Honestly, we only had to steam them for about 10-12 minutes and prepare the salad on the ...

Taking out the Bicycle

Happy Sunday! Our morning wasn't all too exciting or bright; in fact, we cleaned the apartment. Once Fridolin (the third dog) was picked up, we had a little breakfast (such a good oat meal for me!) and got our bikes ready. Finally! I haven't been on the bike in way too long and I was excited as a kid. Especially, because I bought a basket for Zaphira to sit in. She wasn't all too happy ...

She is alive!

We have our little monkey back at home! As imagined, of course, all went well. I'll be honest though: I was such a cry-baby at the vet. Poor Zaphira - I probably did not make it easier for her. She fell asleep in my arms though and then was taken to surgery. The surgery went really fast. We also decided to only take the right dew claw away, as that is the one that is ...

Hiking in Saas Fee

As you all may know by now - from having seen my IG stories and photos - I was once again in Saas Fee this year for business. This little town up in the alps is magical for me. I've written a post about it previously, and will thus not go into too much detail about it now. The drive up into the mountains was once more breath-taking and this time my boyfriend and our ...

Finishing off my new apartment

Hello and happy Tuesday everyone! It's been a while and my days have been filled with travelling, busy work days, spending some quality time with loved ones, enjoying nature with Zaphira and - trying to finish the new apartment! I am proud to say that it is almost done. Well, it's been "almost done" for about 3 weeks now. I managed to more or less unpack everything within a weekend - finished a few last ...