Thank you for a great year! It’s a classic, but I honestly can’t believe how fast 20107 went. This is a very interesting post for me, as it gives me an idea of what you guys like to read. While I thought it was outfit posts, it looks like it’s the more personal stuff that you like. Am I right?
As a round-up of 2017, here are the 3 most read posts of 2017 on The Mo Look.
I’m really glad this is my most read post as well my most watched video (at 16.000 views, wow) this year. I’ve had very small breasts all my life, and finally came to love them. I wanted to talk a little bit about how you might come to love yourself a little more, if you (like I used to) feel like small boobs are the wrong boobs. I hope it helped some ladies see that they’re perfect. I also got a nipple piercing, so there’s a bit of info on pain, aftercare and all that. Watch or rewatch it HERE.
I had a real epiphany when I found out you can make chocolate mousse from that liquid in chickpea cans you always throw out. That liquid is called aquafaba and acts kinda like egg whites. Mixed with melted chocolate, it results in a beautiful, fluffy and actually delicious chocolate mousse. I swear, you won’t be able to taste any chickpea! Try it out HERE.
So it turns out you guys are pretty interested in my love life, huh? I wrote a little post on my thoughts on Valentines Day in general and dum, dum, duuuum my new (not so new anymore) boyfriend. Read or reread it HERE.
It surprised me to see this post made it to the top 5. In the very beginning of 2017, I wrote a post about 4 things that made my year special. A little bit about my downstairs situation, dating and more. Read og reread it HERE.
The only outfit post that made it to the top. Actually one of my favourite outfits from 2017. The jeans worn in this post turned out to be the absolute wardrobe winner of the year. The ‘Taiki’ jeans from Monki (affiliate link) is probably my most worn item of the year! Paired with a funky 90’s shirt and aviator glasses, I really liked this quirky look. I suppose you did too? Read or reread it HERE.
Did everyone have a happy holiday? I had a great christmas with my close familly, and a little time to myself. Back at work today, but let’s be honest, I’d rather be at home sleeping in and having a cuddle with the boyfie.
I blush very easily, every time I feel slightly uncomfortable/embarrased. It’s so annoying!
I love animals og dream about working in a shelter. But my allergies unfortunately makes that impossible.
But I WILL get a dog when I move into a bigger apartment/house. There are a few breeds I’m not allergic to, like the lovely malteser.
I’m quite an introvert og generally really bad at meeting new people. I’m also very bad at faces, so I apologize, if I can’t remeber you, if we’ve met before.
My friends often describe me as a rather outspoken person.
There was a period when I was around 15 year old, where I shaved off my eyebrows. That has resulted in fairly sparse eyebrows even 10 years later.
I’m absolutely love all sorts of plants and my small apartment is filled with green.
Sleeping is one of my favourote things to do, and I’ll gladly go to bed at 9 pm on a friday.
I’m the absolute opposite of spontaneous. I need everything to be carefully planned and considered from travelling to tattoos.
I’m good at various needlework like embroidery, sewing and knitting. I love tinkering with my hands whilst listening to a podcast.
Snapshots from my Instagram Story – Follow along HERE
Back to normal life
Returned after a 5 day getaway to Bornholm – a small Danish island in the Baltic sea. My grandfather build this cute, tiny (and primitive) summer house near the coast, surrounded my corn fields and woods. Yes, it’s as idyllic as it sounds.
We have no TV, barely any phone connection, and a wood burning stove for heat. There’s no bath in the house, so you gotta jump in the ocean to freshen up.
I think it’s rather healthy to be forced back to basics. And most importantly, going (partly) offline. I’m on my phone constantly, and it worries me how many times I check it in a day. So a few days off the grid, just spending time with my family and s/o has been amazing. But daily life calls, and we’re back in the office.