Homemade, sugar-free strawberry ice cream


A friend of mine came over a few days ago, and she said we should drink wine and eat ice cream in Bridget Jones style since we’ve both been broken up with recently. But as I’m not allowed to eat sugar because of my insulin resistance, I offered to make us some ice cream with real strawberries. It’s fast and easy to prepare and it really tastes like strawberries. (What a suprise! :)) Continue reading


Things I Love Thursday #1

This is a thing some bloggers do: every Thursday they write a list of what they loved that week, what made them happy, what they feel thankful for. If you start paying attention to these things and commit yourself to writing these lists, you realize there is so much to be happy about. This is something I really need, and the blog is also about staying positive, so it’s kind of a must for me.

Here’s a list for my last 7 days:

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Hamlet – in a cinema in a theatre


Last Sunday I went to a cinema to see a theatre play. Yes, that’s a thing, I’m not crazy. It was a broadcast of Hamlet from the London National Theatre with Benedict Cumberbatch in the title role.

At first I thought it was live, because of what I read on the website of National Theater Live, but the cinema’s site said it was the recording of a live broadcast. Still, we were both mesmerized with my friend who joined me.

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