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The Abisko National Park

If you are a newbie who enjoys being in nature, you must visit The Abisko National Park in Lapland. Abisko is one of the oldest natural parks in Sweden, a cultural landscape with an easily accessible mountain valley with rich flora. The views you get are spectacular and the variety of trails are perfect for […]

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Interview with Claudia Amaro, Embroider Artist Based in Sweden

Claudia Amaro is an artist, a fashion stylist and embroider-maniac from Brazil with always a gentle smile. Like many newbies, Claudia moved to Sweden in 2018 following her partner, who got a job in Stockholm. To celebrate reaching 1000 followers on Instagram, we reached Claudia to design a tote bag for us. While working on […]

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Should You Worry about Cyber Security in Sweden?

Presented 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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Finding The Best Activities for Kids

Moving to Sweden can seem scary and difficult, especially when you’re bringing your littles. But what many people don’t realize is that Sweden offers many free, fun and interactive activities that both you and your children will enjoy! Living as an expat in Stockholm was a lot easier than originally expected. After moving here two […]

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Swedish Sayings I Wish I Knew Before Moving to Sweden

Like many other countries, Sweden has plenty of expressions, idioms and sayings rooted in history and tradition. Some of them can be found in other languages, or at least share similar meaning like “Beat around the bush” and “Gå som katten kring het gröt” (English: walks like the cat around hot porridge). Some others are […]

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The Best Halloween Delights in Sweden

The night when the veil between the worlds of the living and the dead is the thinnest is approaching. The most magical time of the year is knocking on the door. Trick or treat? It’s up to you to decide how to celebrate the turning of the light and welcome the dark winter season. Pick […]

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Work and Pregnancy in Sweden

Those two tiny lines appearing on a pregnancy test are enough to be life-changing for anyone. But for a newbie living in Sweden, being pregnant will bring along even more questions than normal. Here, I share my experiences of both finding work and working whilst pregnant in Sweden. Having moved to Sweden towards the end […]

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Events in Lund

Despite its petite size, Lund is the home for many interesting regular events. From January to December, there are always some things going on in Lund. I put a compilation of events in Lund below so you can mark your calendar and plan everything in advance like Swedes do

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