a unique take on life from some unique women
I was born in the States, grew up in Norway, and am constantly trying to figure out where I fit into this world as a result. I am a grass is greener kind of person, always seeing how I could be somewhere else, doing something else. It’s confusing and tiring and exciting and humbling. All at once.
I’m living in Norway again. I spent the first half of my twenties studying and working on the East Coast of the U.S., with a stint in London to get smart i.e. a master’s degree. Coming back to the country I grew up in after being gone most of my adult life was a bigger culture shock than I could’ve imagined, but now I’m in the process of learning how to recognize what life is so I can take it for just that. To find ways to be excited and find meaning without letting all the choices and restlessness and missing out get too big to handle.
I care deeply about people, I love connecting. I love cooking and the subsequent eating of the cooking, I love clever, intriguing stories, I love being lazy and I love working hard.