Posts By: Heather

This time next month…

… this blog will be the “official unofficial blog” of Heather’s Helsinki and living in a new location. Don’t fret though, it will be easy to find and I’ll make sure to plant plenty of sign posts pointing you in the right direction! If you look to the right, you’ll notice that I haven’t been… Read more »

Coffee and chocolate: just for you!

We’re having a competition! There are two prizes up for grabs: One for Finland and one for the rest of the world! The coffee part is a collection of six postcards that I picked up recently at the inaugural Helsinki Coffee Festival, while the winners can choose from Fazer’s new Salty Popcorn in Milk Chocolate or… Read more »

Fork In Hand

I’ve been twittering about this on and off for the last month and now we are just days away from our first outing! Fork In Hand came about following a chance meeting with the Social Media Coordinator for Visit Helsinki. We got chatting and as is always the case with me, the conversation leapt in… Read more »

A little challenge!

I’m a HUGE fan of Instagram. So much so that I have two accounts. One for myself where I take pictures of anything and everything: and then one that ties in with this page: This month I’ve decided to participate in an Instagram challenge. A simple Google search gave me far too many options to… Read more »

Moving Day!

Heather's Helsinki

This day has been a long time coming. As I wrote on my original Heather’s Helsinki blog, it’s all about growing up and leaving the nest. The physical part started just one short month ago. The thoughts behind the move were already forming at least five years ago. Finally we are here. With all the… Read more »

Weekly Photo Challenge: From Lines to Patterns

This week’s photo challenge raises that rare dilemma: which pictures to choose?! I actually hit the pavements early yesterday morning and collected some very nice paving and cobblestone pictures. Then I remembered our visit to Galerie Anhava earlier in the summer. The artist in question was Pe Lang and the exhibition name was Moving Objects…. Read more »