Me and my Devoted Husband (yes, I’ll refer to him as such) not only share a love and passion for each other but also for good food, cooking and outdoor activities. We try to live a healthy and balanced life while having fun and enjoying every day.
Exercise is essential for your well being and for keeping fit – heard that before? – and 30 minutes a day is where it all begins; with that in mind I’m a firm believer that you can eat most everything, just not always.
I’m Swedish, so why on earth do I write in English? Good question. Well, my main purpose with this blog is to reach out to a wider audience and offer a taste of Swedish and Scandinavian life, food and cooking, but it is also a linguistic challenge for me. Many years ago, in “another life”, the family lived as expats for a couple of years in Princeton, New Jersey. Nowadays my English is kind of rusty so this is a way of brushing it up again.
So please, don’t hesitate to correct me if I’m way out of line. I don’t want to make mistakes like the one my daughter-in-law made when visiting the parents of her then English boyfriend and she asked his father: How long have you been retarded (i.e. how long have you been retired).