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Wednesday, April 26, 2017



300 g chicken breast
1 big onion
300 g mushrooms (I used champinons but lashka is just as good)
1 smaller zucchini
2 carrots
soy sauce
chilli
1,5 dl dry white wine
2 dl water


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Cut the onion and the chicken breast into small cubes. Put some coconut oil in a saucepan and heat it, fry  the onion and the chicken breast or about 10 minutes. In the meantime cut the zucchini, carrots and the mushrooms into slices and add them to the chicken breast. Give the white wine and when it cooks away, add the soy sauce and the chilli. Add the water and when cooked away taste if it is cooked. If not, add some more water. If it is cooked, you are finished.

Enjoy!

XO,

Pippi




Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Insta(nt)spring




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Thanks for stopping by.

XO,

Pippi


Friday, April 21, 2017

When Was the Last Time ....

...you faced your fashion fears?

The other day I saw a blog post with a really short black and red mini skirt I really liked.  
Showing so much of my body isn't my thing in blog posts but she looked confident.
However, the moment I saw it, I started to think about how this blogger "risked" being mocked about her legs.
So I started to have a look at the comments and did not find any negative one.
And I felt happy and also a bit ashamed that I did not find any negative one.
Are her readers so positiveand supportive  or was that my insecurity about my own legs that I reflected and made prejudices about negative comments? So I started to think about confidence.


According to http://www.dictionary.com/  confidence means the following:

"1. full trust; belief in the powers, trustworthiness, or reliability of a person or thing:
We have every confidence in their ability to succeed.
2. belief in oneself and one's powers or abilities; self-confidence; self-reliance; assurance:
His lack of confidence defeated him.
3. certitude; assurance:
He described the situation with such confidence that the audiencebelieved him completely."

And I found that I sometimes lack the confidence to wear something I like.
But why is that so? Why do we even bother thinking about what others will say about our outfits? 
Did that really happen to us before or is it just a prejudice it will happen?

So ask yourself the question: When was the last time I stepped out of my comfort zone and wore something really bold?
And when was the last time I did not wear something I liked because I thought others would judge me?

And if the answer is "A long time ago." to the first one and "Recently." to the second one, check your wardrobe and choose someting bold for tomorrow morning. And wear it. :)

And here are some nice mini skirts as inspiration for those like me, fearing to wear them. :)Mini Skirts

And don't forget, size is just a number. 
If you are interested in some help from stylists who really listen, check out dia's homepage. Hope you will find something nice. 
And don't forget to embrace your individuality.

Thanks fo stopping by.

XO,

Pippi


Mini Skirts by mspippistyle featuring fitted skirts

Tuesday, April 11, 2017

Decaso




Some of you might remember my post about armoires.
In that post I introduced you to Chairish, a wonderful website for stylish furniture. 
Today I'm excited to introduce you to their new sister website.
The amazing selection of Decaso which immediately made me want to design my new living room. On the website and shops of Decaso you can find an ultra-curated selection of  antique and designer furniture offered by the world's most respected dealers.




Do you have a bucket list for your home? Are there any pieces of furniture you really would like to own and adore in your home?

Well, as for me currently I prefer darker colours and leather.

 So here are the pieces I would definitely purchase if I had an unlimited budget:



Decaso



How about you? What would you pick from Decaso's page if you had an unlimited budget? 

XO,

Pippi