Want more advice, stories and tips for newbies? Or just a bit of a fun read about all things Swedish and Swedes? Well, look no further – here we lift a number of blogs that we find interesting and useful for newbies. Find your favorites and start reading!
When quirky met nerdy
When Newbie blogger Jessica Arifianto isn’t blogging for us, she has her own great blog called When Quirky Met Nerdy. Here you can follow her and her family’s journey from Seattle, WA to Gothenburg, Sweden with many stops between. In her blog she shares travel stories, expat experiences, an occasional rant, and so much more. The blog is in English and a fun and inspiring read. Don’t miss it!When Quirky Met Nerdy
Ás voltas no mundo
This multilingual blog is produced by Sara. Born and raised Portuguese, she has lived in Poland, Brazil, Czech Republic and is now in the beautiful Sweden. She writes about her experiences and whatever else comes to mind. Her blog, like her brain is a blend of languages, and you can enjoy her blog in both English and Portuguese. Welcome!Ás voltas no mundo
Bee Swedish language blog
BeeSwedish writes a great blog about language and culture. They believe that an interdisciplinary knowledge of factors that has shaped Sweden, together with an analytical mind-set, is the key to a detailed understanding of contemporary Swedish society, communication and language. So head over to their blog and start understanding Sweden, Swedish and Swedes.Bee Swedish
Little Bear Abroad
Littlebearabroad is a website for international parents living in Sweden with families of children under 5. Littlebearabroad’s blog follows the journey of an international family settling in Sweden with their young daughter. It explores questions such as “what is välling?”, “how do you dress your kid for winter in Sweden?” and “how do you survive inskolning?”. Littlebearabroad also organize events and meets ups for international parents and their children.
Watching the Swedes
Neil Shipley has lived in Sweden for over 20 years and works as a trainer, lecturer and coach in Intercultural competence and communication. In his blog Watching the Swedes, he writes about his observations from an English perspective. Here he looks on Swedish society and the Swedes – everything from the special to the sublime, the scary to the surprising. It is insightful and a very good read.Watching the Swedes
Adventures of a job hunter
A great blog about the ins and outs of finding work in Sweden. Büsra moved to Sweden with her husband and explains it in her own words: “My husband got a job in Stockholm, Sweden and we moved here. He is a software engineer, and as you all know they are the new rock stars. I believe in certain countries most of the qualified unemployed ones are spouses of software engineers who relocate frequently!”The Adventures of a Job Hunter
Knocked Up Abroad
Knocked Up Abroad is a website for multicultural parents. These personal essays cover the various obstacles and opportunities that parents face when they raise their families in a foreign country—everything from multilingual families, dealing with long-distance family relationships, and the multitude of decisions parents make for their children when living abroad.Knocked Up Abroad