We're having baby!

November 21, 2022

I get so many of the same questions on Twitch so I thought I’d answer all of them in a post.

When is the due date?
April 2023

Do you know the gender?
Yes, we’re expecting a girl.

Was it planned?
Yes. Since a couple years back I have wanted to have kids. This summer it felt right to start trying since we just moved to a bigger place, the work situation is good, we’ve been together for a while and I’ll be 30 next year so I didn’t want to wait too long.

Who’s the father!?
His name is Elias. I met him in university and we’ve known each other since 2014 but reconnected on a romantic level in 2019. He’s a Machine Learning Operations Engineer (basically a programmer). He has no social media presence but if you watch my streams he’s showed up a couple of times. We have a home together and we’re going to be raising the child together. He’s really an amazing guy and I’m so happy that we’re on this journey together.

Are you married!?
No. Don't worry, it's not very uncommon to have children when you're not married in Sweden. My parents aren't married and many people never marry at all. I'd like to be married in the future.

Are you going to stop streaming?
No. The plan is to continue streaming for as long as I can. When the baby is born I will take ~3 months off streaming. Then the plan is to stream half time and split the parental leave days with the father.

How do you feel?
Good! I felt ill with morning sickness (more like constant sickness) during the 7th-12th week. Then I was extremely tired for a couple weeks but now I feel pretty good and don’t have to nap during the day anymore.

Do you have any cravings?
No! Last week I started getting increased appetite though.

One more thing I’d like to say is that I do not intend to be a “mommy influencer”. I avoid talking about my personal life on stream. The baby will not be in my streams and I will not post any pictures of her. I try to not make a big deal out of it but since it is a pretty big deal I understand that people are curious. I also don’t want to bore my audience with a bunch of pregnancy talk so hopefully this blog post will answer most people’s questions.

Have a good night. <3

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The "Weekly" Salad

January 3, 2022

1/2 dl sugar
1 dl white wine vinegar
1 dl rapeseed oil

0,5 kg cabbage
0,5 kg carrot
1 small leak
1 red pepper (not the spicy sort)


How it's done

Heat the ingredients for the dressing until the sugar dissolves. Set the dressing aside to cool.

Shred the vegetables and mix together. Pour the dressing over the mixed vegetables and season to taste. Any seasons is fine to use, I like salt and pepper. You can also skip the seasoning if you like and it'll still taste great.

Store the salad in a container in the refrigerator trough out the week, the dressing will make the salad taste better for each day it's stored.

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My Favorite Ribs For Christmas

December 15, 2021
Can you believe I never tried ribs until last year? And when I finally did it was pretty amazing. This is the best ribs-recipe I've ever tried.


~1,5 kg ribs
5 dl porter beer
1 dl Japanese soy
2 dl syrup
1 tsp chilliflakes (I use a lot more, season to your preference)
2 dl apple juice
2 yellow onions (sliced to triangle dices)
2 tsp salt
2 tsp pepper

How to prepare them:

Put the oven to 175°C.

I like to start by slicing the ribs to slightly smaller pieces, just enough so they fit into the oven safe pan. Then I rub the ribs with salt to make them tender.

I prepare the porter beer, soy, syrup, apple juice, onions and spices in another pan. They should boil slightly for ~10 minutes.

I put the ribs in the oven safe pan, then pour the fluid over them.

They should cook in the oven for 1 hour. After one hour, take them out and flip them around so all of them get cooked evenly. Cook for another 45 minutes in the oven.

Check if they look like you'd like them to look, if they're pale, put the oven to maximum heat and cook for another 10 minutes.

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Mothers bacon/pasta salad

August 19, 2021

Today I'm going out on a boat ride, so I thought I would make a cold salad to bring for me and my friends! This is my mothers special recipe for a pasta salad!


7dl gnocchi shells

420g diced bacon





5dl cream (I used light cream)

3 tbsp mayo

1 tsp mustard

salad seasoning (preferably italian)


Do this:

Cook the bacon however you like it. Let the grease run off on a paper and let the bacon cool. Cook the pasta according to the instructions on the package. Rinse in cold water after they are done. Let the water run off.

Cut the salad, cucumber and tomatoes in pieces you prefer.

Mix the dressing ingredients and season to taste.

Make sure the ingredients cool and there as little water as possible left with the pasta and vegetables. Mix everything together in a big bowl. Done!

I hope it will taste gooood. :D

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Pies x2

July 25, 2021

I'm in the middle of a 1200km move. I'm currently still in my hometown but all my furniture and stuff has been shipped to south Sweden. Yesterday I called my mother and asked if I could borrow her pie forms because I wanted to make blueberry pie and taco pie. Turns out she had just arrived to the best blueberry place in our town to pick blueberries. So I joined her.

Underneath is the recipe for my grandmothers special blueberry pie (translated) and also the recipe for my favorite taco pie (also translated to the best of my ability).

Grandmothers blueberry cake



100 g butter (room temperature)

3 tbsp. sugar

1 egg

2 tbsp. milk

3,5 dl flour

1,5 tsp. baking soda


3 dl blueberries (preferably fresh, frozen ones tend to get watery)

3 tbsp. butter (Grinded to small pieces and spread over the blueberries)

3 tbsp. sugar

Do this:

Mix sugar and butter until it becomes smooth. Add the dry ingredients and mix lightly. Wisk the egg and add it together with the milk. Mix (I use my hands) until you have a nice dough that you can easily work with your hands. Press it out to the pie form.

Pour the blueberries on top of the crust. Spread sugar over the blueberries and place small pieces of butter over the entire mixture.

Place in the lower part of the oven at 225°C. My grandmother didn't mention for how long, but keep it in the oven until the crust is golden brown like the picture below. Let it rest for ~1h before cutting it.


My favorite taco pie

This will be harder to explain because Swedish taco is one of a kind. I'll do my best.



150 g butter (room temperature)

3 dl flour

1 tsp. salt or paprika powder (or both)

2 tbsp. water


~500 g minced ground beef

1 bag of taco seasoning (this is where it gets complicated, in Sweden we have an iconic taco mix from Santa Maria and I don't know how to mimic it, I would suggest just season the meat like you prefer)

1 dl water

2 dl spiced sour crème (crème fraiche, pepper and chili seasoned)

2 dl sour crème (crème fraiche, natural seasoned)

150g cherry tomatoes

1 dl green jalapeño or yellow chili (I use wayyyyyy less)

1,5 dl grated cheese

1 tsp. paprika powder

To have with the pie:

Sour crème of your choice, nacho chips, vegetables of your choice.

Mix butter, flour and salt/paprika powder to a grainy dough. (I use my hands). Add water until you have a nice dough that you can work with your hands. Press it out to the pie form. Put the crust in the fridge for ~30 minutes. Stab the entire crust with a fork before you pre-bake it in the oven at 225°C for 12 minutes.

While the crust is baking, cook the meat in a pan with some butter or oil. Season it with the taco mix or whatever seasoning you prefer if you can't find taco mix (salt, pepper, paprika powder). Add the water and let it cook for 5 minutes.

Mix the spiced sour crème, sour crème and jalapeño/yellow chili to a nice mix.

Cut the tomatoes on half.

Pour the finished meat on top of the pre-baked pie crust. Add an even layer of the sour crème mix on top of the meat. Cover it with the tomato halves. Sprinkle the graded cheese on top of the tomatoes. Sprinkle some paprika powder on top.

Cook in the middle of the oven at 225°C for 25 minutes until the cheese has a nice color.


The original recipe in Swedish!


I hope you liked the recipe. Let me know if I missed anything or if you want to see more recipes from me.

Have a good day!

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What do I do

April 2, 2021
I got a question on Instagram from a guy who said he likes to watch my stream sometimes. He asked me what I do when I go away and “have a normal life” sometimes.

I realize I do say this a lot and I’d like to explain what I mean.

After being online for my entire adult life, and being more or less popular for a few years I’ve become super paranoid. This is due to a couple of delusional people who has invaded my privacy and overstepped personal boarders. These people (who I can count on one hand) has similar attributes. They all claim to be in love with me. They’re convinced I’d love them too if I ever met them. They get aggressive and start threatening me when I turn them down. And they stay around forever in my DMs, basically having a conversation with themselves. One day they love me and the next day they hate me and claim I ruined their life. I never answer these guys and I try my best to immediately ban them if I see them in my Twitch chat. Like I said, they’re delusional and they think the world revolves around them. They think everything I do is a sign to them. They think everything I say is about them.


I’d like to give these guys the blame for my paranoia. They have invaded my privacy in a way that I no longer want to share my private life with people on the internet. It’s so unfair because 99,9% of people I come across only wants what’s best for me and just want to follow me on my journey. Most people know where the line is drawn.

I want to be able to share my life to those 99,9% of healthy nice guys without being scared of having my privacy invaded but I need to stay realistic.

I made some promises to myself. They are pretty hard to keep because I am such an open person, but I try. I promised never to talk about my plans on livestream and instead talk about what I’ve been doing and what I’ve done in the past. I don’t have many routines, but I try to not mention my routines too much so my whereabouts can be easily calculated. I try not to mention my travel plans too much. I try to not mention my family at all.

I think all of the above is things that are better kept private for anyone who sets their foot online. Even if you only have a Facebook page for your friends.

That’s the reason why I sometimes say “I’m going to go have a normal life for a while”. That’s because I don’t want to go into detail with what my plans are for me, my friends and my family’s safety and privacy.

To answer this guy on Instagrams question - I work out. I take walks. I hang out with my friends. I hang out with my family. I celebrate birthdays. I party. I go snowboarding. I play video games. I have date nights. I cook. I barbecue. I go shopping. I travel. I listen to music. I have a normal life!

Here’s some pictures of me celebrating New Years like a normal person that’s having a normal life.
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My first blog post

April 1, 2021
When I was younger I always used to blog. I wrote suuuper silly things about everything from what I did during my day, talking about my boyfriends and friends and just writing different words for genetalias in caps lock. Nice.

Now when I have my own domain and my own website I decided to start blogging again. I have no idea what I'm going to write about but I think it'll be a nice creative outlet for me, and maybe it'll be a nice place to relax for you!

I'm excited to create memories in text once again and share them all with you!
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