You may be wondering what Koselig (pronounced “koosh-lee”) even means. It is a Norwegian term that doesn’t translate to English directly but many describe it as the meaning of coziness and deepening your connection with others. All the good things in life…
Why did I choose Living Koselig?
The goal of Living Koselig is to be a safe place, a space where you learn to find happiness in the little things in life.
This is something I’m still learning to do (honestly, I will always be leveling up here) and I hope to share my journey with you.
A part of self-love to me is setting intentional goals to live your best life. That’s why my focus is productivity, goal setting, and self-improvement.
The word Koselig really resonated with me and everything that I want this business to be about
I hope you find tips to …
- Find your true PASSION in life
- Take CARE of yourself
- Give yourself time to RELAX and RECHARGE
- Find YOUR VOICE
- Accomplish YOUR GOALS
- Live your DREAM LIFE
- … and feel INSPIRED
We’re all trying to figure out how to live our best lives and I know the amount of information out there can be a little overwhelming. I’ll share my experiences and what I’ve found online so you can have a little extra time with your loved ones and some extra relaxation.
After all, who doesn’t need that?
Who I am?
My name is Alexa and I’m a twenty-something-year-old trying to figure it all out. I’m not from Norway but my family has strong ties to Scandinavia especially Norway!
My fiance ( that word never gets old) and I visited Norway in 2019 and absolutely loved our time there. I wish Scandinavia wasn’t so far away from my friends and family because I would move there in a heartbeat!
I technically started my first blog when I was 19 traveling to London. Granted, it was more of a daily itinerary so many parents didn’t have to worry about me being thousands of miles away from home but I loved writing it. Now almost 30 years old (gasp), the itch to blog has been calling me.
But I wanted more than that. I want Living Koselig to go beyond a blog.
I’ve been searching for my passion for a while and what I am meant to do when it hit me. I love self development and being the best version of myself. I love helping other women find their voice and break out of their shell.
Now I’m definitely FAR from perfect when it comes to being my most confidence self but I’ve made significant strides navigating through my twenties. I was always the super shy girl afraid to speak up until one day, I realized that isn’t how I wanted to live my life.
And now, I want to help YOU break out of your shell.
Another passion of mine is health and fitness.
In the first year that my fiance and I started dating, I gained FIFTEEN pounds. Yeah, I know but the boy loves to cook and go out to eat, and I love cheese and french fries. It’s not a good combo when it comes to your waistline and honestly my mental health as well…
This was a wake-up call for me and I immediately dove headfirst into everything health and fitness. I tried a bunch of different apps, workout routines, diets, YouTube channels, and nothing worked….
Have you done the cabbage soup diet? Because I have and would not recommend it.
Until I found Weight Lifting and moved away from what my body looked like and focus on getting stronger.
Adding a consistent training schedule to my routine has really helped my mental health. I feel much more equipped to take on the day. Those endorphins are strong, ya know?
I hope we can continue on this journey together to live healthier and happier lives.
At Living Koselig, I’m all about going on your journey with you because I don’t have it all figured out at twenty something. I probably won’t have it figured out at seventy-something. So let’s navigate this crazy thing called life together!
I think of my readers as friends sitting by a fire with a cup of tea (or a glass of wine) trying to figure out how to feel fulfilled and good about where we are in life.
Feel free to contact me with any questions, stories, advice, you name it! I’m all ears!
Everyone’s journey is different and sometimes that’s hard to remember that but if you’re looking for some tips and advice, this is the place for you.
Thank you for joining me on this adventure to make our lives a little more Koselig.
Until Next Time,