It’s that time of the year to make my annual gingerbread house. A tradition that we had in our house since 2014. A day reserved for baking and decorating. And this year is no exception for that.Continue Reading…
The holiday madness has officially begun. Everything is already decorated, festive vibes are all around us, Christmas songs are playing in every store you enter, and the hunt for the perfect gifts for our loved ones has begun. I am a type of person that loves giving presents more than receiving them. I am always excited when I give someone their present and wait for their reaction. But, I am also stressed when it comes to finding the perfect present.
There is nothing that symbolizes more the holiday season than the smell of freshly baked gingerbread dough. From eatable houses that look like small masterpieces, to dressed up in icing gingerbread men, cakes, candles, room scents and what not. If you have been following me from the very beginning you will know that every year for Christmas me and my dad bake and decorate a gingerbread house. It’s a father-daughter tradition we have for 5 years now.
December…the month of ends, in race with time, in a pre-holiday euphoria…What to do, when the day is gloomy and foggy, to help you relax from all the unfinished tasks you have in front of you?
If you had the chance of visit a city such as Vienna during the Christmas period, you will never forget the ice skating or the mulled wine. If you have found yourself during that exact period in Switzerland, you will never forget the snow covered streets in the small mountain villages and the train rides. But, if you are in London in this period then Winter Wonderland is the perfect memory for celebrating these days.