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A Toe In The Water

Okay, I could tell the usual stories about living in Sweden – you’ve heard variations of them a million times. The ones about Swedish being such a difficult language. It is. I have been here ten years off and on and can still only hold conversations with three year olds. Or the endless horror tales […]

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Great Travel Websites for Newbies

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Summer is over now, but it’s just another excuse to light up the gloomy days with an expedition. As a newbie, it is common to travel a bit – to visit family and friends back home AND we also have family and friends come to visit us. Yay! But even though the actual visits are […]

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Social Ideas for Newbie Parents

I often say to myself, when you’re a parent, life is what happened between fresh brewed coffee in the morning and reheated coffee in the afternoon: you barely have time to enjoy your coffee, decently 😀 Especially when you live away from home, far from the supporting system called family, the struggle is real. Luckily […]

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Join Mångfaldsfestivalen (The Celebration of Diversity)

Mångfaldsfestivalen (The Celebration of Diversity) takes place on the 24-27th of October in Stockholm. It is organised by and for asylum seekers, other migrants, and their Swedish friends. As the Swedish weather is getting worse by the day and the sun is disappearing, we invite you to enjoy our multiple cultures, explore, have fun and […]

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Should You Worry about Cyber Security in Sweden?

Ad by Harold Kilpatrick When it comes to technology, Sweden is rather advanced, with more than 95% of its residents having access to the internet. But with all the benefits this brings, some use technology for evil rather than for good. That’s especially evident with hackers who thirst to get the better of your sensitive […]

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