Category: Living the dream

Where is home anyway?

Honey I’m home! 🙂 Am I? Ever searched for the feeling of ‘home’ ? Wandered the globe city to city, to discover that you love nature and yearn for peace and quiet away from hustle and bustle and bad smells? Only to then discover you feel isolated and lonely and your heart skips a beat

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Aliens are amongst us.

So, in my last post I announced my commitment to write a book that will share best practice stories of integration in an attempt to identify a ‘model of integration’ that all people can use as a tool in their homes, playgrounds, social situations, and corporate environments, all over the world. Big ask and big

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Yay Spring is here! Top tips for surviving winter…

Wow, what a winter. It’s been lonnnnnggg and dark and cold…Thank goodness things are starting to grow again and I’m no longer hesitant to go outside, but instead look for an excuse to do so. Happy days!  Moving countries is a massive change for so many reasons, but people often don’t think about how the

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10 reasons why I think Gothenburg is so great! 

So I could have lived anywhere in Sweden, in fact my family are down south in up and coming Malmö and I have more contacts business wise in Stockholm. However, I chose Gothenburg as it seemed to be middle ground between the southern folk of Malmö and the sophisticated north of Stockholm.  Here’s why, after

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Introducing the happiness list…

Have you ever thought of making a happiness list? Basically, a list of all the experiences, materialistic things, people, basically anything, that make you truly happy? I don’t mean short term pleasure. I mean the things that make you feel content and at peace with the world, but also things or experiences that you know

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Is Brexit a big PR stunt…?

Okay, go with me for a moment. Brexit; what the world is talking about, apparently. It’s in the newspapers in every corner of the world. It’s risky and somewhat outrageous to many. Those that support it often take pleasure in the ‘riskiness’ of it and how it forces change, and hopefully progress. But ultimately, it

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