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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