FIKAPAUS: APRIL EDITION

The word ‘crisp’ is charming and quaint. It’s only regular uses that I’m familiar with are either as a noun, as in, a potato crisp, or as an adjective. The former conjurers up delicious salty crunchy things and darling English accents, and the latter is really only ever used to describe a clear Autumn morning. […]

FIKAPAUS : MARCH EDITION

March’s Fika is all about a few things that are really great, but don’t mke a big song and dance about it. Take March for example, a shoulder month. It’s Autumn, but doesn’t have the public holidays that show pony April has, but still has great qualities. Surely. I guess it’s still kind of warm. […]

FIKAPAUS! FEBRUARY EDITION

Here’s your February fika guide guys! This one’s like a parabola, it’s a bit Brigit Jones-ish in the middle, but picks up on either side with some high brow arts and science. Read: Too Much Lip by Melissa Lucashenko I’ve just started reading this, and so far, so good! (that just reminded me I haven’t […]

FIKAPAUS! JANUARY EDITION

Are you on holidays right now? I really hope so. If not, sorry about it. In any case, read on for ideas on how to either fill your long summer days with sweet, blissful requiescent things, or pretend you’re still on holidays. I did have to look up the definition of requiescence, and I’m pretty […]