Started a webshop, lets see how it goes. Could be fun, might make some money. Maybe som electronic cigarettes could be the solutions to some world problems? Probably not but its always worth a shot, and maybe I could have some fun along the way.

Stop smoking and start vaping.



Spring and eyerock!!

Spring is here and we are all running wild and enjoy our selfes in the little sun we can catch, even the most eager skiiers have given up and faced the warm truth...
So bag your skis and welcome the spring...
BTW check out Eyerock.no


Beef Bourgnion ?? Sweet..

"Talk of joy: there may be things better than beef stew and baked potatoes and home-made bread - there may be."

This quote reminded me... of course there is,  there is... 
I learned this the other day,

2 tablespoons butter
1 kg beef, pot pieces of some fine meat, like entrcote from moose, or just some beef, or like google suggested, just some Frenchwoman.
1 teaspoon salt or more if you prefer.
1.5 tsp black pepper, freshly ground or more, you know how you like it.
1 tablespoon tomato paste
2 tablespoons flour
0.5 cup balsamic vinegar
2 cups veal stock, all the seasoning is a process of trial and error.
4 cup red wine, of course you have to pour your self a glass before you commence this session.
280 grams of bacon
200 grams of mushrooms
2 garlic clove (s), roughly chopped
1 can (s), pickled onions, (no broth)
1 tablespoon herbs, French, it looks nice if these are fresh.

How to do it?
First you preheat the oven to 175 degrees. This isnt necessary, since you just can finnish the whole thing in the pot.  Heat the butter in a roomy pan  or a pot and brown the pieces of meat  in the pot, a few at a time so it gets fried and not cooked. Add salt and pepper.
Stir in tomato paste and cook a few minutes. Sprinkle with flour and mix well.

 Pour the balsamic vinegar and cook a few minutes. Add the veal stock and red wine. Reduce heat and simmer a few minutes.

 Shred the pork, wash and cut mushrooms into quarters and scale and rough chop the garlic cloves. Fry quickly in butter and pour the ingredients into the pot along with the onions and stir.

 Let simmer for about 1.5 hours in the oven or in the pot and sprinkle with herbs for the last 10 few minutes.

Serve with some home made mashed potatoes, turn up the heat and and forget all about the the cold cold winter outside…
Have some more wine and enjoy!   


Hair Cut.!

Got a hair cut today, spontaneously I walked in to barber shop. From the outside it could be mistaken for a ordinary hair dresser. You know, with some fancy pink chairs some lights behind the mirrors and shelfes filled up with crazy products....
Anyway,  I came in and his happy face just incendered with a big smile. It made me smile.
 While he was cutting my hair he was constantly trying to sell his products, he was going on and on how popular his products were, how important it was for him to satisfy customers.., and so on.. The whole time I was smiling and being polite. Maybe threw in a little joke here and there.
Then he said, "my products will make you happy, they will make you glow and spread out your energy and make people happy". Thats when I realized : He wasnt really trying to sell products, he was creating happiness for his customers...

Because of him Im smiling right now, we should all be smiling more!!!



 Christmas is closing in, you can hear the bells toll. People are hummin on well known carolls and rushing by with big shopping bags. Grandma is at home knitting a pair of socks she will give her grandson for x-mas, while shes thinking of the good old days.
The snow is falling from the sky as we set out to find our perfect sample of a young pine tree,  that we can have inside our homes and fill its branches with glittery things and shiny bulbs. When we return mom has been in the kitchen for hours and the unususal but yet so familiar smell gives us the cozy enjoyable feeling of christmas....  

 Merry Merry Christmas Everybody and a Happy NEW Year !!!!



R.A.K is short for Random Act of Kindness, wich is something theres a big lack of in our modern society.  We just rumble around in our own little bubble without any concern for others and others well being.
We are constant under development. In this busy world we are chasing success in form of materialistic goals and achieving success in your career.  It seems like we forget about the really important things in life and do not appreciate things that really matter, like just being kind to each others. We give each other the cold shoulder, we look the other way when we really should have reached out a hand. We need to get a grip and let our impulses run the show and act on our feelings and reach out a hand randomly to any one who might need it.
Sometimes its going to feel weird and uncomfortable but in the end when you get that smile and a thank you, you realize it was all worth it... and it will eventually feel like most natural thing in life.

Here Im going to post inlays about R.A.K and give people ideas and tell stories about randomly kind things that has happened to me or others, maybe just small things like giving a coffee to a hobo, or greater things like saving some ones life.

So guys, get out there and be kind to each other and remember what goes around comes around!!!



Everytime you take a breath its there, you take it for granted. Its there and you dont even think of it. 
Imagine it had a distinct smell or taste, maybe strawberries, some perfume or some other smell that we usually appreciate. We would just go around and inhale and fill our bodies with good smelling air.

Water, air, and cleanness are the chief articles in my pharmacy.  Napoleon said it.  Most of us agree, yet we dont know how to appreciate it.  We just take it for granted.  Air is everything! Air is life!

Get out of town, find a nice quiet place, stand up an just inhale. Feel the fresh air fill up your body and feel the molecules rushing around in your body.... Sweet!

"Fresh air is good if you do not take too much of it; most of the achievements and pleasures of life are in bad air.  Oliver Wendell Holmes     :Brainyquotes.com
Compressed Air