Digital mindfulness

Pause app by ustwo and PausAble

Are you also a digital junkie? As soon as you have some time over you pull out your phone to scroll around in your feed to see what is happening on Instagram, Facebook, Pinterest or other medias? And most of the time you just feel that it is a stupid waste of time. Next time you do this you can stop yourself and download an app called Pause (yes, it’s available both for Android and iOS). You let your finger follow a colorful, organic shape that grows with time as it moves over your screen. The color changes from time to time. We like that the graphics are simple and the colors are soft, and you actually get really relaxed by concentrating on this simple task.

The app is developed by Malmö based ustwo in collaboration with Peng Cheng, a UX designer and founder of PauseAble.

Bye bye 2015


Reflecting on the past year and going through all my images on my phone I realize how much I have been traveling in 2015. I am privileged to have a job where I get to go to inspiring places and meet people and explore cultures. I am also privileged to earn enough money and have time to take vacation and travel on my spare time as well, and I am very grateful for this. I believe we all grow when we expand our horizons and see that the world is so much more than what we have in our close surroundings.

2016 will also start with some time away from home.

Next week I will go to Tokyo and stay there for a month. I will share my thoughts and inspirations from Japan on the blog. Tokyo is a really inspiring city filled with so much fun, crazy, stylish people, culture and food that I can’t wait to explore more in depth!