A life in motion is constantly moving in interaction with other people, body and soul.
Mountains, personal development, travel and being together with people is how I keep my life moving.
A life in Motion

Counting hours…..

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It is soon time to leave Nepal for this time. It is under 100 hours until I will be on the airplane back to Norway. I am ready to go home now after almost 5 months here in Nepal.

I do like to be here a lot, but I feel that life goes on and that I am ready to start on a new phase in my life. I will move in to my apartment in Oslo that I have not been living in for the last one and a half year. I have to find out of the everyday routines as what shall I do for a living, getting back to my yoga practice and my climbing routines. But I also have to find enough time and space for being by myself and self reflection. I have always spent a lot of time by myself. I think that is because I have done it since I was a small child. Spending a lot of time on my own has made me self independent and I enjoy my own company. Maybe that was one of the factors that lies behind my decision to travel for the last one and a half year.

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Feel the fear and do it anyway……

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Feel the fear and do it anyway, is the title of a book by the author Susan Jeffers. I read it many years ago. What I learned from this book about how to handle fear, has helped me many times.

This picture is taken when I climbed Ama Dablam last year. It is on our way up to Camp 2 on approximately 5.800 meters. It is in an area on the route that is relatively exposed. I am standing on a narrow ledge. The stones underneath my feet are Icy and I really have to focus on where to put my foot. One thing is fore sure. I do not want to fall…..

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Life’s ups and downs…..

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The last one and a half year has been like a fairytale for me. I have spent 10 months in the country that has a big place in my heart Nepal, traveled up in the Himalayas in Nepal, India and Bhutan for more than 5 months. What more can a girl like me that LOVE […]

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Life treat me good:-)

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I have learned so much from my stay here in Taiwan about the important thing in life. Good interaction with people I meet on my way. As I wrote in my blog yesterday “I just want to be together with my friend”, am I visiting my friend Chien and her family in a not touristic […]

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Just want to be together with my friend:-)

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I am so fortunate and have made friends all over the world during my journey the last one and a half year. Right now am I visiting my dear friend Chien in Taiwan. Chien and I became friends in Thailand last year. It is soo good to see her again and the right chemistry is […]

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Trekking in Upper Mustang (Part two)

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In my last blog wrote I about our trek up to Lo-mantang our end destination on the Upper Mustang trek, and our stay in Lo-Mantang. In this blog is it the way down the mountain to Jomsom i will write about. I feel soo lucky that I got the opportunity to walk in this beautiful […]

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Trekking in Upper Mustang (Part one)

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By the end of may 2014 went Ellen Johannesen and I trekking in Upper Mustang. An area in Nepal that had been on my wish list since the first time I heard about this area. I was so happy when Ellen asked me earlier this year, if I wanted to go with her trekking in […]

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Life after a death accident (Everest 2014)

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This picture of me are from Lobuche Peak with Mount Everest in the background. It is taken the same morning as the avalanche took 16 lives at camp 1 in Mount Everest. It is so strange to think about that here are we on Lobuche Peak, happy because the whole team has succeeded with summiting […]

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Saturday morning solitude…….

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“Solitude is not the absence of company, but the moment when the soul is free to speak to us”.    Paulo Coelho my favourite author. I am sitting at the kitchen table in a really nice flat I have rented from Ellen’s friend Cynthia here in Kathmandu, and am writing this blog. I am drinking […]

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What happens next?

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What happens next? That is a good question:-) Today is it 25 days since I arrived back in Kathmandu from the Everest expedition 2014. I felt that I was quite finished with the high mountains for a while, and ready to start up new projects here in Nepal. One of the projects I am working […]

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A life in motion

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In todays blog will I share a blog I wrote on when I was up in Mount Everest Basecamp. It is a very personal blog where I share some of my thoughts and feelings about the life journey I am on. Even though I did not get the opportunity to climb Mount Everest this year, […]

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Beautiful mountains of Himalaya

In the plain on out way to Lukla.

Even though the Mount Everest Expedition is over for this year, have I no plans of going home to Norway for a while. I am actually planning to stay in Nepal until the end of july. I have been so lucky and got the opportunity to rent a beautiful flat in the Tibetan area Boudha […]

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Everest Expedtion 2014 – Life goes on:-)

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I have come back to Kathmandu and spent some days here after the Expedition. The last month has really been moving. So has the life of many others who had the ambition of climbing Mount Everest this season. But most important is the consequences the avalanche 18th april had on the families who lost a […]

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Everest Expedition 2014 – Everest Basecamp

We have been in Everest Basecamp 5.315 meters for five days now. Everest Basecamp is a beautiful place surrounded with mountains on all sides. We have not had any wifi or telephone connection after we left Labuche Tuesday little over a week ago. Today have we arrived in Labuche village 4.910 meters again. That was […]

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Closer and closer to Mount Everest

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Today is our 6th day on the expedition. We have walking slowly and arrived in Dingbuche on approx. 4.400 yesterday. Today have we stayed in Dingbuche and had an acclimatisation day. We started our day with our first acclimatisation mountain climb. A top I do not now the name on that is 5.045 meters. Our […]

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The Mount Everest Expedition has finally started:-)

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Finally am I on my way up to Mount Everest BaseCamp. So far, So good. We have moved slowly up from Lukla and am now in Namche Bazar 3.440 meters. We had a rest day yesterday, but we will continue to Debuche on 3.800 meters today.

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Back in my favourite city Kathmandu

Big Belly my regular breakfast place. I almost left without paying for my coffee today. A sign that I feel very much at home here....

It has been some busy days after my arrival in Kathmandu. I have spent time together with good friends and finished the last preparations for my Everest Expedition that starts tomorrow. We will fly to Lukla in the Mount Everest Region tomorrow. Finally will we be on our way up to Everest BaseCamp and the […]

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Time to go back…..

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It is time to get on the plane and fly back to Kathmandu. I am flying to Bangkok tomorrow and will continue to Kathmandu on friday. Two months in Norway has passed quickly. The next four months will I spend in Nepal. The first two months will I be up in the beautiful mountains in […]

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A new blog for my Everest expedition 2014

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I was writing my blog on fjellsnuppa, while I was travelling in Asia for one year.   I have got my own web page LiveALifeInMotion, where I can write my blogs and share my experiences, thoughts and dreams with you. I feel so humble that you find it interesting to read my blogs. Thank you […]

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