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He may not be my husband, but still.
Wrote him a love letter on the first day of the year ❤️
Nedyfay
Note added to goal Go for a drive
Date idea:
Select a number. Take a coin. At every crossing, toss the coin. Heads = left and tail = right. Continue until you have reached the designated coin flip number. Have a picnic!
And now I've learnt that a minimalists wardrobe doesn't work for me.
Nah. Forcing myself to read takes away the pleasure.
It was hard. Mostly because I want things I'm not allowed.
Nedyfay
Note added to goal Adopt a red panda
Adopted Sita through http://redpandanetwork.org/ and this is what they say about her:

"Sita is five years old and has two cubs that she keeps safe from leopards and domestic dogs. She loves taking her cubs to the stream to drink water and teaching them how to climb trees and eat bamboo."
Nedyfay
Photo added to goal Adopt a red panda

Another red panda adopted!

I held a cockroach. I am phobic of roaches and beetles. I rock.

Also note how the zookeeper is holding my hand down so that I can’t squish the damn thing, or throw it away.
Went outside in short shorts and a sleeveless, backless top that showed my stomach.
It’s summer. I should get to dress the way I need to keep cool and comfortable. Practicing self-love and #sizehappy
Nedyfay
Note added to goal Sleep in a tent
Sleeping in a tent for a larp! Conclusion: We are going to burn that goddamned tent and go for a better one, and we are never larping in the snow again unless we get a room of our own with a proper bed.
Failed for 2018. Next year!
Susanna Clarke: “Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell”, 849 pages.

Card #5 - to Russia
"These trolls have been around Norwegian culture for years. (Although the artist is Swedish.) There are books, tableware, calendars, thermometers...pretty much anything you can think of. Common for them all is that they portay trolls in a better light than the stupid, mean, human-munching troll we usually hear about. Personally I think of trolls as more as forest guardians who just want to be left alone and to tend to their duties -and catch fish for dinner. Happy Postcrossing!"

Card #4 - to USA
“Trolls are important figures in Norwegian folklore. There are two kinds: the stupid ones aimed to scare children because they kidnap and eat people, and the ones that are more like forest guardians. The latter have been around since the Vikings, when they were part of Norse mythology. They weren’t necessarily evil, but definitely fickle. Although I think the girls drawn here must be sweethearts. Happy Postcrossing!”

Card #3 - to Germany
"Trolls are often forgotten when we think of fantastic creatures, but that's entirely undeserved. Besides, Norway is famous for her trolls and they often have prominent places in our fairy tales. Most commonly as the bad guys, but as you can see from this card our perception of them isn't all bad. Personally I think they just want to be left completely alone; we people mess up their habitat and force our way into their space. I wouldn't like us either!"
Lesson: not a blogger. Actually going to delete it completely.
Barnekreftdagen - tattoo artists donate their time and everything they earn to child cancer research. I help by putting on stencils and generally preparting the area that's to be tattooed.

Card #2 - to Russia
“Norway is known for its trolls. According to legend they're found far away from people, although they are curious about us - as you can see from this postcard. Here, grandfather is telling his grandchildren (who are older than you and I combined, because trolls mature slowly) about the people down in the tiny village - and yes, there are places like this in Norway! The country is sparsely populated - who is to say this is just a legend? Happy postcrossing!"
Nedyfay
Photo added to goal Get a new tattoo

Cartoon version of one of my cats - Princess Minnie, First of Her Name. Not quite done - her stole and front paws need some more ink but my skin didn’t want to accept more ink.
It’s a modified version of Lady Pipsqueak from Castle Cats, a mobile phone/tablet game.
I’ll add her brother playing with her tail once I have the money ❤️
By the lovely, talented Andrea, Mythos Tattoo, Trondheim, Norway.

Card #1 - to Australia.
“Norway is known for its trolls, but I think they have an undeservedly bad reputation. So here’s a candid snapshot of a grandfather showing his granddaughter some magical flower that only grows in places humans haven’t set foot in at least 500 years. Because trolls are protectors of the wild forests ❤️”
Nedyfay
Photo added to goal Build a snowman

Untitled.

Barteløpet - charity run/walk to raise money for Movember and men's health.
Nedyfay
Photo added to goal Get a tragus piercing

Untitled.

Coming in for landing at Hell International (official name: Trondheim, Vaernes).

Untitled.
Hobbiton to Rivendell: 458 miles
Rivendell to Lothlorien: 462 miles
Lothlorien to Rauros: 389 miles
Rauros to Isengard: 355 miles
Rauros to Isengard: 484 miles
Rauros to Mt. Doom: 470 miles
Isengard to Minas Tirith: 517 miles
Travel with Aragorn: 786 miles
Ride with Merry: 578 miles
Minas Tirith to the Morannon: 138 miles
Morannon to Minas Tirith: 120 miles
Minas Tirith to Isengard: 535 miles
Isengard to Rivendell: 693 miles
Rivendell to Bag End: 397 miles
Gray Havens: 467 miles

Grand Total: 1,281.12 miles

(Note for myself - I might restart this just for fun.)
January:
Roasted garlic potato soup ✔
---> http://littlespicejar.com/roasted-garlic-potato-soup/

February:
Chickpeas in turmeric peanut butter curry
---> http://www.veganricha.com/2016/05/chickpeas-in-turmeric-peanut-butter-curry.html
Banana bread ✔
---> https://coop.no/mega/bakeriet/saftig-bananbrod-nesten-uten-sukker/✔

March:
Roasted broccoli quinoa salad with honey mustard dressing
---> http://www.fooduzzi.com/2016/02/roasted-broccoli-quinoa-salad-with-honey-mustard-dressing/#_a5y_p=5075000

April:
Baked eggs with mushroom and parmesan
---> http://www.kalynskitchen.com/2013/02/baked-eggs-mushrooms-parmesan.html

May:
Garlic mushroom quinoa
---> http://damndelicious.net/2014/05/02/garlic-mushroom-quinoa/

June:
Broccoli apple salad
---> http://therecipecritic.com/2015/01/broccoli-apple-salad/

July:
Roquefort pear salad
---> http://www.the-girl-who-ate-everything.com/2009/04/roquefort-pear-salad.html

August:
Lemon and poppy seed protein cookies
---> http://amyshealthybaking.com/blog/2015/07/06/lemon-poppy-seed-protein-cookies/

September:
Creamy tomato and spinach pasta
---> http://www.knowkitchen.com/2014/04/creamy-tomato-and-spinach-pasta.html

October:
Cinnamon roll apple pie
---> http://inspiredbycharm.com/2014/11/year-pie-cinnamon-roll-apple-pie.html

November:
Mushroom soup
---> http://www.pancakewarriors.com/best-ever-mushroom-soup/

December:
Creamy broccoli cheese soup
---> http://littlespicejar.com/creamy-broccoli-cheese-soup/
Nedyfay
Note added to goal Make soap
www.globalhobby.no
https://nedyfay.wordpress.com/
Nedyfay
The 7 Things Challenge:
7 Things x 2017

My seven answers to the Day Zero alternative New Year's resolutions poll:
  1. Learn how to read critically
  2. Start tracking my spending better
  3. Stop cancelling plans at the last minute
  4. Take a vacation to the north of Norway
  5. Find a great morning routine
  6. Try to do one creative project every month
  7. Be more mindful of need versus want

Starburst wash cloths!
http://www.instructables.com/id/Star-Burst-WashCloths/
Books read:

January:
001. Ransom Riggs: "Hollow City" (Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children #2)
002. C. S. Lewis: " The Magician's Nephew" (Chronicles of Narnia #6)
003. Randall Munroe: "What if? Serious Scientific Answers to Absurd Hypothetical Questions"
004. Jon Michelet: "Hvit som snø"
005. Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson: "En Glad Gutt"
006. Andre Bjerke: "De Dødes Tjern"
007. Selma Lagerlöf: "Gösta Berlings saga"
008. Dmitry Glukhovsky: "Metro 2033"
009. Lars Joachim Grimstad: "Barna som forsvant"
010. C. S. Lewis: "The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe" (Chronicles of Narnia #1)
011. George Grossmith: "The Diary of a Nobody"
012. George R. R. Martin: "A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms"
013. Kurt Vonnegut: "Slaughterhouse 5"
014. Roald Dahl: "The Twits"
015. Stephen King: "Insomnia"
016. C. S. Lewis: "Prince Caspian" (Chronicles of Narnia #2)

February:
017. John Steinbeck: "The Grapes of Wrath"
018. Cuey-na-Gael: "An Irishman's Difficulties with the Dutch Language"
019. John Dickinson Carr: "The Burning Court"
020. Phyllis Rose: "The Shelf: From LEQ to LES: Adventures in extreme reading"
021. Maurice Leblanc: Huit coups the l'horloge" (in English)
022. Jostein Gaarder: "Slottet i Pyrineene"

March:
023. Malala Yousafzai: "I am Malala"
024. Douglas Preston & Lincon Child: "Cabinet of Curiosities"
025. Harper Lee: "To Kill a Mockingbird"
026. Aldous Huxley: "Brave New World"
027. Brandon Sanderson: "The Way of Kings"
028. Mark Z. Danielewski: "House of Leaves"

April:
029. Brandon Sanderson: "Mistborn"
030. Trude Teige: "Svik"
031. Lars Joachim Grimstad: "Solkongen"
032. Tom Kristensen: "Dødspakten"
033. C. S. Lewis: "The Horse and His Boy" (Chronicles of Narnia #5)
034. Olav Duun: "Juvikingar" part 1
035. Alexander Kielland: "Fortuna"
036. Karl Ove Knausgård: "Min Kamp" part 1
037. C. S. Lewis: "The Voyage of the Dawn Treader" (Chronicles of Narnia #3)
038. Frank McCourt: "Angela's Ashes"
039. Jack Olsen: "The Misbegotten Son"

May/June:
040. Alan Cumming: "Not My Father's Son"
041. Jonathan Swift: "A Modest Proposal and Other Satirical Works"
042. John Marlowe: "The World's Most Evil Psychopaths"
043. Philip Pullman: "The Ruby in the Smoke" (Sally Lockhart #1)
044. C. S. Lewis: "The Silver Chair" (Chronicles of Narnia #4)
045. Paul Root Wolpe: "Explaining Social Deviance"
046. Scott Sigler: "Blood is Red"
047. Philip Pullman: "The Shadow in The North" (Sally Lockhart #2)
048. Kevin Hearne: "Hounded" (The Iron Druid Chronicles #1)
049. Paulo Bacigalupi: "The Windup Girl"

Halfway!

050. Larry Correia: "The Adventures of Tom Stranger, Interdimensional Insurance Agent"
051. C. S. Lewis: "The Last Battle" (Chronicles of Narnia #7)
052. Unni Lindell: "Sukkerdøden" (Cato Isaksen #8)
053. Kevin Hearne: "Hexed" (The Iron Druid Chronicles #2)
054. Jenny Lawson: "Furiously Happy"
055. Mindy Kaling: "Is Everybody Hanging Out Without Me?"
056. Ingar Johnsrud: "Wienerbrorskaper"
057. Camilla Collett: "Amtmannens Døtre"
058. Erik Bertrand Larssen: "Helvetesuka"
059. Salman Rushdie: "The Satanic Verses"
060. Steven Brust: "Agyar"
061. Harry Brandt: "The Whites"
062. Alexander Kielland: Gift
063. Sarah Lyons Fleming: "Until The End of the World" (Until The End of the World #1)
064. Sarah Lyons Fleming: "So Long, Lollipops" (Until The End of the Word #1.5)
065. Lars Mytting: "Svøm med dem som drukner"
066. Isabelle Allende: "Daughter of Fortune"
067. Piper Kerman: "Orange Is The New Black"
068. Robert Saviano: "Gomorra"
069. Benjamin Alire Sáenz: "Everything Begins and Ends at the Kentucky Club"

August:
070. Philip Pullman: "The Tiger in the Well" (Sally Lockhart #3)
071. Alexandre Dumas: "The Count of Monte Cristo"
072. Kjell Ola Dahl: "Isbaderen"

September:
073. Nelson Mandela: "Long Walk to Freedom"
074. Sarah Lyons Fleming: "And After" (Until The End of the Word #2)
075. Robin Sloan: "Mr. Penumbra's 24-Hour Bookstore" (Mr. Penumbra #1)

October:
076. H. P. Lovecraft: "The Call of Cthulhu and Other Stories"
077. Sara Gruen: "Water for Elephants"
078. Bjarne Reuter: "Den Korsianske Biskopen"
079. J. M. Barrie: "Peter and Wendy"
080. Rocky Flintstone: "Belinda Blinked
081. Rocky Flintstone: "Belinda Blinked 2"
082. Terry Pratchett: "The Colour of Magic"
083. The Oatmeal: "Hot to tell if your cat is plotting to kill you"
084: Jason: "Si meg en ting"

November:
085: Denis Thériault: "The Peculiar Life of a Lonely Postman"
086: Jonathan Kellerman: "The Murderer's Daughter"
087. M. J. Pack: "Certain Dark Things: Stories"
088. Felicia Day: "You're Never Weird on the Internet"
089. Dane Ladwig: "H. H. Holmes & The Whitechappel Ripper"
090. Terry Pratchett: "The Light Fantastic"
091. Terry Pratchet: "Equal Rites"
092. George Elliot: "Middlemarch"
093. Cynthia Freeman: "A World Full of Strangers"
094. Vincent Price: "The Book of Joe"
095. Franz Kafka: "The Metamorphosis"

December:
096. Han Kan: "The Vegetarian"
097. The Longest Night Watch, Volume 2
098. Robert McCammon: "Usher's Passing"
099. Robert Hugh Benson: "The Necromancers"
100: Antoine de Saint-Exupéry: "The Little Prince"
Books read:

January:
001. Ransom Riggs: "Hollow City" (Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children #2)
002. C. S. Lewis: " The Magician's Nephew" (Chronicles of Narnia #6)
003. Randall Munroe: "What if? Serious Scientific Answers to Absurd Hypothetical Questions"
004. Jon Michelet: "Hvit som snø"
005. Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson: "En Glad Gutt"
006. Andre Bjerke: "De Dødes Tjern"
007. Selma Lagerlöf: "Gösta Berlings saga"
008. Dmitry Glukhovsky: "Metro 2033"
009. Lars Joachim Grimstad: "Barna som forsvant"
010. C. S. Lewis: "The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe" (Chronicles of Narnia #1)
011. George Grossmith: "The Diary of a Nobody"
012. George R. R. Martin: "A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms"
013. Kurt Vonnegut: "Slaughterhouse 5"
014. Roald Dahl: "The Twits"
015. Stephen King: "Insomnia"
016. C. S. Lewis: "Prince Caspian" (Chronicles of Narnia #2)

February:
017. John Steinbeck: "The Grapes of Wrath"
018. Cuey-na-Gael: "An Irishman's Difficulties with the Dutch Language"
019. John Dickinson Carr: "The Burning Court"
020. Phyllis Rose: "The Shelf: From LEQ to LES: Adventures in extreme reading"
021. Maurice Leblanc: Huit coups the l'horloge" (in English)
022. Jostein Gaarder: "Slottet i Pyrineene"

March:
023. Malala Yousafzai: "I am Malala"
024. Douglas Preston & Lincon Child: "Cabinet of Curiosities"
025. Harper Lee: "To Kill a Mockingbird"
026. Aldous Huxley: "Brave New World"
027. Brandon Sanderson: "The Way of Kings"
028. Mark Z. Danielewski: "House of Leaves"

April:
029. Brandon Sanderson: "Mistborn"
030. Trude Teige: "Svik"
031. Lars Joachim Grimstad: "Solkongen"
032. Tom Kristensen: "Dødspakten"
033. C. S. Lewis: "The Horse and His Boy" (Chronicles of Narnia #5)
034. Olav Duun: "Juvikingar" part 1
035. Alexander Kielland: "Fortuna"
036. Karl Ove Knausgård: "Min Kamp" part 1
037. C. S. Lewis: "The Voyage of the Dawn Treader" (Chronicles of Narnia #3)
038. Frank McCourt: "Angela's Ashes"
039. Jack Olsen: "The Misbegotten Son"

May/June:
040. Alan Cumming: "Not My Father's Son"
041. Jonathan Swift: "A Modest Proposal and Other Satirical Works"
042. John Marlowe: "The World's Most Evil Psychopaths"
043. Philip Pullman: "The Ruby in the Smoke" (Sally Lockhart #1)
044. C. S. Lewis: "The Silver Chair" (Chronicles of Narnia #4)
045. Paul Root Wolpe: "Explaining Social Deviance"
046. Scott Sigler: "Blood is Red"
047. Philip Pullman: "The Shadow in The North" (Sally Lockhart #2)
048. Kevin Hearne: "Hounded" (The Iron Druid Chronicles #1)
049. Paulo Bacigalupi: "The Windup Girl"

Halfway!

050. Larry Correia: "The Adventures of Tom Stranger, Interdimensional Insurance Agent"
051. C. S. Lewis: "The Last Battle" (Chronicles of Narnia #7)
052. Unni Lindell: "Sukkerdøden" (Cato Isaksen #8)
053. Kevin Hearne: "Hexed" (The Iron Druid Chronicles #2)
054. Jenny Lawson: "Furiously Happy"
055. Mindy Kaling: "Is Everybody Hanging Out Without Me?"
056. Ingar Johnsrud: "Wienerbrorskaper"
057. Camilla Collett: "Amtmannens Døtre"
058. Erik Bertrand Larssen: "Helvetesuka"
059. Salman Rushdie: "The Satanic Verses"
060. Steven Brust: "Agyar"
061. Harry Brandt: "The Whites"
062. Alexander Kielland: Gift
063. Sarah Lyons Fleming: "Until The End of the World" (Until The End of the World #1)
064. Sarah Lyons Fleming: "So Long, Lollipops" (Until The End of the Word #1.5)
065. Lars Mytting: "Svøm med dem som drukner"
066. Isabelle Allende: "Daughter of Fortune"
067. Piper Kerman: "Orange Is The New Black"
068. Robert Saviano: "Gomorra"
069. Benjamin Alire Sáenz: "Everything Begins and Ends at the Kentucky Club"

August:
070. Philip Pullman: "The Tiger in the Well" (Sally Lockhart #3)
071. Alexandre Dumas: "The Count of Monte Cristo"
072. Kjell Ola Dahl: "Isbaderen"

September:
073. Nelson Mandela: "Long Walk to Freedom"
074. Sarah Lyons Fleming: "And After" (Until The End of the Word #2)
075. Robin Sloan: "Mr. Penumbra's 24-Hour Bookstore" (Mr. Penumbra #1)

October:
076. H. P. Lovecraft: "The Call of Cthulhu and Other Stories"
077. Sara Gruen: "Water for Elephants"
078. Bjarne Reuter: "Den Korsianske Biskopen"
079. J. M. Barrie: "Peter and Wendy"
080. Rocky Flintstone: "Belinda Blinked
081. Rocky Flintstone: "Belinda Blinked 2"
082. Terry Pratchett: "The Colour of Magic"
083. The Oatmeal: "Hot to tell if your cat is plotting to kill you"
084: Jason: "Si meg en ting"

November:
085: Denis Thériault: "The Peculiar Life of a Lonely Postman"
086: Jonathan Kellerman: "The Murderer's Daughter"
087. M. J. Pack: "Certain Dark Things: Stories"
088. Felicia Day: "You're Never Weird on the Internet"
089. Dane Ladwig: "H. H. Holmes & The Whitechappel Ripper"
090. Terry Pratchett: "The Light Fantastic"
091. Terry Pratchet: "Equal Rites"
092. George Elliot: "Middlemarch"
093. Cynthia Freeman: "A World Full of Strangers"
094. Vincent Price: "The Book of Joe"
095. Franz Kafka: "The Metamorphosis"

December:
096. Han Kan: "The Vegetarian"
097. The Longest Night Watch, Volume 2
098. Robert McCammon: "Usher's Passing"
099. Robert Hugh Benson: "The Necromancers"
100: Antoine de Saint-Exupéry: "The Little Prince"
1. "I'm going to the bathroom to read."
-Elvis

2. "Dictionary."
- Joseph Wright

3. "It is tasteless to prolong life artificially. I have done my share, it is time to go. I will do it elegantly."
- Albert Einstein

4. "Pardonnez-moi, monsieur."
- Marie Antoinette

5. "You are wonderful."
-Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (to his wife)

6. "I'm bored with it all."
- Sir Winston Churchill

7. "I must go in, for the fog is rising."
- Emily Dickinson

8. "I can't sleep."
- J. M. Barrie

9. "Tomorrow, I shall no longer be here."
- Nostradamus

10. "Go on, get out! Last words are people fools who haven't said enough."
-Karl Marx
11th of October is National Coming Out Day.

So I did.
8th of April 2016: Mission 1. (Worried the bejeebus out of me, too.)
9th of April 2016: Mission 2.
10th of April 2016: Mission 3.

15th of June 2016: Forgot to update as I went, but I've done missions 4 and 5 now. Need to buckle down if I'm going to make it before 1st of November!

17th of June 2016: Again, forgot to update. Done missions 6, 7 and 8 (chickens!). Changing my deadline to the 1st of January 2017.
5.2 km, 53 minutes.
Tried:
The Body Shop - Lip & Cheek Stain
+ Easy to apply
+ Not sticky
+ Doesn't dry out my lips
- Not very long-lasting
- Faint of colour, no matter how many layers I apply
Conclusion: good for historical LARPs, as it's more of a suggestion of colour than anything else.

Stargazer - Semi-permanent lip stain pen No. 03
+ Good, solid colour.
+ Long-lasting
+ Not at all sticky
- Dries out my lips, and when I apply balm over it it gets grainy
- Not something I want to apply without a mirror
Conclusion: Sadly, not one I can use. Love the colour.

Gunry - Beauty Gloss Full-On Lip Gloss
+ Adorable colour
+ Stays on (for as long as I don't use my mouth)
- Sticky as all heck
- Smells weird
Conclusion: No. Just no. Mostly because it smells really weird and I can't get used to it.

NYX - Matte lipstick MLS 11 - Tea Rose
+ Nice matte finish
- Makes my teeth terribly yellow.
Conclusion: Nope. We aren't talking slightly yellow. We are talking neon-sign, light in the dark, screaming yellow.


To try:
IsaDora - No. 47 Summer Red
Too Faced - Loganberry
NYX - Matte lipstick MLS 19 - Euro Trash

Why yes, I did collect all my lipsticks, glosses and stains to try out. This isn't a new quest, but I've never been systematic in trying them out. I tossed out the ones that I found out aren't cruelty-free.
I'm looking for a lipstick/gloss/stain that doesn't dry out my lips, isn't incredibly sticky (I like my hair out of my mouth) and isn't gone within half an hour. And they HAVE to be cruelty free. Even if a lippy is perfect in all other ways, I will not use it if it isn't.
Ta vare på det du har:
www.tavarepadetduhar.no

HUSK: BruktOM - gratis gjenbrukstorg v/ Heggstadmoen.
Week 1: 2016 will be a selfish year - https://nedyfay.wordpress.com/2016/01/07/618/

Week 2: Social hangover - https://nedyfay.wordpress.com/2016/01/17/social-hangover/

Week 3: My one-handed adventures, part 1 - https://nedyfay.wordpress.com/2016/01/24/my-one-handed-adventures-part-1/

Week 4: My one-handed adventures, part 2 - https://nedyfay.wordpress.com/2016/01/31/my-one-handed-adventures-part-2/

Week 5: 16 books - https://nedyfay.wordpress.com/2016/02/07/16-books/

week 6: The end of the world as we know it - https://nedyfay.wordpress.com/2016/02/14/the-end-of-the-world-as-we-know-it/

Week 7 - My one-handed adventures, part 3 - https://nedyfay.wordpress.com/2016/02/20/my-one-handed-adventures-part-3/

Week 8: Science fiction, double feature - https://nedyfay.wordpress.com/2016/02/28/science-fiction-double-feature/

Week 9: Kitchen adventures, part 1 - https://nedyfay.wordpress.com/2016/03/06/kitchen-adventures-part-1/

Week 10: Dietary changes - https://nedyfay.wordpress.com/2016/03/13/dietary-changes/ (Content warning: eating disorder)

Week 11: Traumas and fishing poles - https://nedyfay.wordpress.com/2016/03/20/traumas-and-fishing-poles/

Week 12: Mark Z. Danielewski: “House of Leaves” - https://nedyfay.wordpress.com/2016/03/24/mark-z-danielewski-house-of-leaves/

Week 13: Recovery, pride and vegetarianism - https://nedyfay.wordpress.com/2016/04/03/recovery-pride-and-vegetarianism/ (Content warning: eating disorder)

Week 14: Rest in peace, KIRR - https://nedyfay.wordpress.com/2016/04/08/rest-in-peace-kirr/

Week 15: Okay then, Cupid - https://nedyfay.wordpress.com/2016/04/17/okay-then-cupid/
28th of January 2016: Missions 1 & 2.
29th of January 2016: Mission 3.

03rd of February 2016: Mission 4.
08th of February 2016: Mission 5.
10th of February 2016: Mission 6 & 7.
29th of February 2016: Mission 8.

03rd of March 2016: Mission 9.
04th of March 2016: Mission 10.
Between 5th and 26th of March 2016: Missions 11 - 19.
27th of March 2016: Mission 20.
29th of March 2016: Mission 21.

1st of April 2016: Mission 22.
5th of April 2016: Mission 23.

Season one COMPLETED!
To try:
Oreo: http://trinesmatblogg.no/2011/03/17/sjokoladekjeks-med-vaniljekrem-oreokjeks/

Vanilla: http://www.detsoteliv.no/oppskrift/decorated-sugar-cookies
Focus on TSS - Tegn Som Støtte - instead of fluent NTS. The point is to be able to communicate basic things when I am having an episode of mutism.
So! I tried this. It ended rather abruptly when I busted my wrist and had to pay for doctors and painkillers... Next time!
Watched "Funny Face". It was lovely and I will definitely watch it again!
Added notes to the following library books:

1. Ransom Riggs - "Hollow City" (Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children #2)
Nedyfay
The 7 Things Challenge:
7 Things x 2016

My seven answers to the Day Zero alternative New Year's resolutions poll:
  1. Learn how to read knitting recipes
  2. Start using Passion Planner's monthly reflection pages
  3. Stop pressing the snooze-button a gazillion times
  4. Take a vacation to The Netherlands
  5. Find a make-up looks that works for me
  6. Try Indonesian cooking
  7. Be more selfish
Norwegian sign language dictionary:
http://www.tegnordbok.no/#
Sarah Lazarovic's The Buyerarchy of Needs
http://familyshare.com/money/the-buyerarchy-of-needs-how-to-thrive-on-less
Nedyfay
Note added to goal Read 10 autobiographies
Bonus books:
"A Long Way Gone: Memoirs of a Boy Soldier" by Ishmael Beah
"The Story of My Life" by Hellen Keller
"A Child Called 'It'" by Dave Pelzer