Monthly Archives: November 2012

Christmas spirit hits town

Every weekend on my way to classes I pass through Kamppi, which is one of the larger shopping malls in Helsinki. This Sunday I was happy to see their Christmas decorations being all geared up. I know that many people … Continue reading

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Bitter truth about weight loss

With weekly classes at several gyms I get an insight into the fitness and health industry and I’ve noticed some rather alarming facts. For one, Finns are getting heavier. This universal trend isn’t exactly news, since (according to statistics) it’s … Continue reading

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Something to think about for the weekend:

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The day after

Still lots of emotional turmoil in our house. Yesterday we said goodbye to our dog Bosse, and it was the first time the kids had to experience their dog dying, which seems to be harder to take than losing other … Continue reading

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A dog’s tale

Our dog Bosse was adopted from a dog-shelter in Spain 4 years ago.  They could only estimate his age, because nobody knew how his first years had been spent; probably out in the streets, living off whatever he could find. … Continue reading

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So true:

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Road to reiki continued

My second encounter with reiki was even more powerful than the first. Just walking into the treatment room felt empowering. Without going into the treatment in great detail, I can say that I really felt an enormous flow of energy … Continue reading

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