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
I would say I am a somewhat sceptical person. The news recently aired a speech wherein President Donald Trump positions Sweden in a bad light has come as a blow for a nation that is proud of their country. Although it has also resulted in people using it as an opportunity to ‘speak up’ about
America has it all; a president with, love him or hate him, global attention, and many of the most notable and breathtaking sights of the world. It is now a diverse combination of cultures, smells and flavours and this changes its identity in many ways. America is no longer the country it was and never
Have you dreamed of a better life abroad? One where the air is more fresh, the sea smells sweet and the grass is somehow greener? I have. For about 36 years. Because that’s how old I am. My mother emigrated from Sweden as an au pair and my father from a small village in Cyprus
So admittedly I am biased. I do love a good swede. And the culture, scenery and just about everything Swedish. I even have a thing for their plug sockets – so perfectly small and simple. Who needs more pins? As some of you will know by now, I love a list and hate lengthy ramblings.
I love a list. It makes me feel secure in the knowledge that I’ve got everything or covered everything. I have lots of them – it helps me to stay organised when I always seem to be in a horrendous rush! Here’s one that may be helpful to those going on a holiday in the