Memories from Budapest in September. This video got a little bit more artistic in the cutting and I decided to leave in a couple of fails. You know… just for fun.
Thank you, as always, Anita for playing with me. Hope to see you again soon. ❤️️
And thank you Geri for helping record this, and to Anna for the creational work 🙂
Can’t believe that it has been more than a year since I got to film my last washing machine (The Morning Routine) but now, again thanks to Anita, here it is… Sticks ‘n’ Sushi. Hope you like it 🙂
Those guys in Odense know how to hang out ☺
Thank you once again, Karoliina, for amazing days. Fun training and good company!
Naomi and me trying to do the same about 2½ years ago…
Should we start with a warm up? she said.
What do you want to do? he said.
This is what happened… True story 🙂
Thank you, Karoliina, for fun training. 🙂
Mainly for my Mom and Dad… My first standing hand to hand 🙂 Not so pretty – but it’s there 🙂
Thank you to Martin Kvist for basing me, and Lee Evans for keeping my fear at bay.
A year ago, December 2016, Rikke and I had fun doing some Squirrel Pops. I got a fairly good photo out of that, I think, but I also had a dream of getting that photo onto some training t-shirts.
Long story short… It took a year before I had the first print (home) made. I got a screen printing frame made and took it with me to the Danish New Year’s retreat. I think it was a good sucess, and I am really happy to have these t-shirts with me now 🙂
Thank you, Natalka, for helping me sketching up the photo.
Ps.: Thank you, Anneline, as well, even-though I could not use your beautiful drawing :-/
Memories from my time in Spain in August. Thank you both Didde-Marie and Anita for partaking in my project(s) and for playing with me. Hope to see you and play with you again soon ❤️️
As I am writing this, I am sitting in a bus from Madrid to Torvizcón venturing out to new adventures. The trip started yesterday evening with my plane being an hour delayed and before that: My last working day at 3Shape.
Wait, what? You quit your job at 3Shape?
Yes. And am in the process of selling my apartment in Copenhagen as well.
It has been a process for some months now to get this started, and already I have had a number of Wows, Amazing, Wish it was me, and I admire your courage.
My journey to where I am right now actually begun some time back. I mean; the actual decision to quit my job was done late April, start May, but before that I had been contemplating a bit on my life, trying to figure out if I was where I wanted to be. And before that, of course, was my trip to South America which may be seen as the place where I got time to think those thoughts, or just a different reaction to the same desire (already there before the South American trip) – depending on how you view it. So where do you draw the actual line in the sand? I don’t know.
But as I said; it has been a work in progress for some time. Coming back from South America I had a number of dreams and projects that I would like to find time to do in my day to day life. I definitely wanted to do more acroyoga and also teach it – to share the joy that it has brought me. I also wanted to teach climbing again, and planned a fall training course that unfortunately did not fan out. Getting more and more pressed on time (and sleep) with all the things I wanted to do, I also realized that I had not moved out of Copenhagen as I had promised myself (multiple times).
Realizing all this, it became clear to me that if I did not move now, then I might never move, and that was a scary thought. So when people compliment me on the courage to break up, to me it is more a kind of lack of courage to stay1.
So my plans right now are quite slim. I am participating in the Partner Acrobatics Teacher Training here in Spain (hence the bus trip) and after that I am returning to Copenhagen to complete the sale of my apartment. From there on, I have no plans. I do have some vague ideas and hopes for opportunities to arise, perhaps travel a bit, and other “usual” stuff that free birds do. But actual planning…? No.
This, I think, will be the first time in my life where I do not have a plan for my (immediate) future – and that is also an adventure in itself 🙂