Valais, the Alpine canton of Switzerland, home to the famous Matterhorn and renowned skiing resorts, has a well-deserved and longstanding reputation for wonderfully distinctive food. If your idea of Swiss food is cheese, chocolate, and potatoes, you'll be pleasantly surprised in Valais, where the rich tradition, agricultural abundance and the vibrant talent of locals bring … Continue reading Flavours of Valais – what to eat and where to try it.
The most amazing thing about travelling within Switzerland is that just within 2 hours driving away, you get a completely different vibe and atmosphere, so it's easily to switch into full-holiday mode without even leaving the country. Swiss Riviera is one of the most amazing destinations for a weekend escape - we spent a spring … Continue reading Weekend at the Swiss Riviera – travel diary from our getaway.
I wanted to write about it already for awhile. After my blogpost about pregnancy and giving birth (that you can find HERE) became the most popular post on the blog, I knew that this part might be interesting for some of you too, allthough I am not a "pro" when it comes to all the … Continue reading Parenting in Basel – family friendly places, activities and shopping.
Basel is the most beautiful dressed for Christmas. (No wonder that our Christmas markets were voted the most beautiful in Europe!). This year's holiday season is a little bit different though, since there is no Christmas markets and because of restaurants, bars and cafes being closed for a few weeks now. But somehow for me, … Continue reading Christmas in Basel – my guide to the festive season in the city
I started my running journey long before I moved to Basel, but really fell in love with running here in the city - I did my first 20 kilometers ever along the Rhine and ran my first half-marathon in Basel. I am not a pro - although it is my favourite way to unwind and … Continue reading Running in Basel – my personal guide
A few days ago we visited the oldest Confiserie in Basel to make our own Christmas cookies and today I am sharing their 150 years old recipe with you. Either you want to treat someone with a homemade holiday present (we surely will :)) or if you need some extra holiday magic at home - … Continue reading Zimtsterne recipe from Confiserie Schiesser
Pays d'Enhaut is a Swiss region in canton Vaud comprising the municipalities of Rossinière, Château d'Oex and Rougemont. It's located in a Sarine river valley and each of the villages offers not only beautiful alpine views, but also a variety of things to do in every season. We visited on a warm August weekend, with … Continue reading Family weekend in Pays-d’Enhaut – things to do
What a perfect morning consists of to me: crisp white linen I wake up in, windows open to let fresh air in, my little family around me, coffee made by my personal barista plus a breakfast- for me and for my skin. With the years passing by, I became more aware of what is important … Continue reading Morning routine with Lubex anti-age
I had mixed feelings about publishing this blogpost and even though many of you guys asked me pregnancy- related questions I felt like this topic was for me somehow too difficult to talk about, as becoming a mom was and is a very personal journey and as honestly speaking - I don't feel I am … Continue reading What to expect when you’re expecting in Switzerland
As a blogger I mostly divide my work between my phone and computer. The part of being a blogger is, what's often not visible, are the regular office days that include a lot of writing, researching, planning and communication. So here are the main reason why I switched my old laptop to the new Acer … Continue reading 5 reasons why I switched to Swift 5