The Survival Guide to Swedish Winters

Expat and travel friends, a warm hello to you!

These past weeks have been flying by and even before realising it, November started. I don’t get how my weeks are going back that fast and actually smoothly. I’m not saying life isn’t busy, but there is just no time to think about it!

But then, last weekend, it kinda snowed, and everything was frozen and icy in the morning so, I thought it could be a good think to stop for a minute and put all together all my thought on how we can actually survive another winter in Sweden. So here it comes, the survival guide to Swedish Winters!

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A cure to homesickness?

Hello friends!

I hope you are all well on this lovely Sunday!

Living abroad is for sure one of the best experiences one can live, and clearly it brings a lot. But not everything is always smooth or pleasing, and family is not always around. I believe that one gets used to live far away from its family, however, there are always times, when family would be welcomed to live next door.

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Fall favorites 🍁

Hello there!

Happy Sunday y’all! For this week, I wanted to share with you the 10 things I like the most during this fall.

Fall used to be one of my favourite season, but since I moved to Sweden, well, I like it a little less! The reason why, is mainly the weather (surprise surprise!), here the fall is super cold and feels more like an early winter rather than a late summer. However, the colours are still amazing!

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4 of my favorite cafés in Stockholm

Happy Sunday friends!

I don’t know how you feel lately but since fall is getting closer (I think it’s already here) I am back to searching for the favorite café/fika place here in Stockholm. As soon as the weather is a little greyer and colder, I feel like the whole city is rushing into cafés! So for this article I am showing you 4 of my absolute favorite places in Stockholm!

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What all expats in Sweden should do from their arrivals

Hej friends! Cool to see you here!

For this week’s article, I wanted to do something a bit more practical, more step by step, of the things, I probably, would have like to read when arriving to Sweden. When one arrives in a new country, it is just like starting an essay – you don’t know from where to start! So here are the 6 things, I believe all expats should do from the day they step in Sweden!

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The 7 things I miss the most about France

Hello friends!

Guess what, I’m writing from home! I’ve had a few days off from work and so I decided to travel home to my family for a few days. As I got here I realised there were few things I really really missed from home, and I guessed that some could be similar to what other expats are experiencing! So just scroll down to discover what I miss the most from home!

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How much does it really cost to live in Stockholm?

Hi friends!
Happy to see you here! For this article I wanted to share a bit of my experience as a foreigner living in Sweden. It is now almost 2 years that I live in this extremely beautiful but slightly expensive country. I believe that one of the first things that one wants to know before moving to a new country or city is the cost of living.

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Celebrating ‘Midsommar’ as a foreigner in Stockholm

Hi friends! And most importantly, welcome back!
Before coming to Sweden I never ever heard of Midsummer and it turns out to be a thing! So if we would have to rank the different holidays, it would be right after Christmas – or this type of high importance event that no one would miss. So if you want to know a little bit more about this weekend of fun and off-work days, just keep on reading and we’ll meet again in the comments!

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