Hi there! I am a Norwegian writer living in London. I like to write about love, Disney and finding happiness.
It's not always easy to be productive, but one thing that is a huge help to me is to play movie soundtracks in the background. I like to put together a list of a variety of moods and paces, with tracks from all kinds of different productions. These are 15 of my top picks of tracks that are great for helping you get through whatever task you have in front of you.
I would be a hypocrite if I just randomly started bashing YouTube, as I love watching content and also make my own videos weekly. It's a great platform where people can express themselves, share experiences, educate, perform activism and much more. What I don't like about YouTube are the wasteful trends that keep popping up. It's frustrating to see that people produce content that is clearly bad for the environment, and even worse, the viewers seems to love it.
As I've said before, I think it's important that we continue to remind ourselves of and appreciate our history. There are many events that had huge impacts on our world and societies, and made changes that still benefit us to this day.
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is a game I just can't get enough of. I love exploring the open world with its different locations and climates, the wide variety of enemies to fight and the long list of quests. Today I'll specifically talk about shrine quests. Most of these are technically optional, but if you want to do all 120 shrines you're gonna have to delve into them. It's hard for me to even fit ten of them into one category, as they involve different kinds of challenges and lengths. These are ten of the most fun, interesting or entertaining (or all of the above) shrine quests from Breath of the Wild (spoiler alert!).
Being in your 20s (and probably also 30s) is strange in many ways. The people in your friend groups are all at different stages. Some are focusing on travelling, some are working hard on building a career whilst others are starting to settle down. It can be a big contrast between some of you buying houses and some of you living alone in your rented flats. One of the biggest changes that'll happen during your friendship is some of you having children (of course not everyone decides to have kids). It's definitely something you need to adjust to, and here's a quick summary of my experience, as well as some advice.
I have face blindness, which is a condition that makes it hard for me to recognise faces. Most people don't believe me when I tell them about it, so I try talking about it openly to raise more awareness. It's real, and it affects me on a daily basis. Just a disclaimer, people with face blindness have it at different degrees, and I'm talking only from my own experience. This is not what it's like for everyone, but this is how face blindness is for me.
There is a quote I keep seeing go around that says "do whatever the f*ck you want, just don't hurt people". It shouldn't be hard for everyone to live by this. There are way too many people who treat other humans as if they're disposable, and they're only around for their amusement or satisfaction. You don't have the right to use anyone, and considering the feelings of others and how your actions affect them should always be among your top priorities.
We know when we watch Disney movies that the stories are gonna be unrealistic, but sometimes the characters get their lives turned upside down and just carry on. It's funny when this happens in worlds that are otherwise quite realistic, and the character just accepts whatever the strange turn to their story is, and just go with the flow and go on with their lives. Here are eight Disney characters who took their twists and turns in their stride (spoiler alert).