An entire month passed by without an update on the website, which goes to show how busy life in Stockholm (and Riga) has been. From hiking through the Swedish woods and attending banquets (my favourite) to spending entire weekends studying for one on the biggest exams and getting a taste of what it’s like to
Just taking a quick look at my blog shows how fast time is flying by at the moment. No new messages in almost two weeks, that definitely wasn’t the plan. About time I update everyone on the status of my Stockholm Bucket List. Turns out I still got a lot to do. Here’s a list
It’s been almost a month since I got on a plane heading to Stockholm, which means it’s about time for another update on what life has been like here. And it’s been amazing. Never in a million years could I have thought that the first few weeks were gonna be this good. I know it
As I said in one of my previous post, a home tour would soon show up on the website. So here it is, my promised home tour.
As promised, I’m back with another report of my first days in Stockholm. Part two this time. Haven’t read part one yet? Just click here! Also, I wasn’t very good at using my camera these days, which is why you will sometimes find a picture of good-looking Stockholm that has little to do with the actual story.
It has been just a little over a week since I’ve set foot in Stockholm. From meeting my new classmates and registering for a Swedish personal number to figuring out the metro system and joining a pub crawl, my first days in Stockholm have been quite the adventure.
Shit is getting real. In three days I’m leaving home. As I mentioned in my last ‘How I’m Feeling‘ post, it’s all a bit bittersweet. I haven’t doubted my decision about going to Stockholm since I’ve said yes, but that doesn’t mean that I’m not a tiny little bit sad about leaving everything behind. Yesterday
The question I’ve been getting most often lately is what I’ll be doing in Stockholm. It’s not a weird or unexpected question, because I wonder the same thing sometimes. But, here is everything I do know. On Sunday morning, August 20th, me, my mom and my three suitcases will be getting onto an airplane. The
I’ve lived abroad once before, in London. That adventure only lasted for three months, so I can hardly compare it to my move to Stockholm. However, if there’s one thing that I’ve learned from my experience in London, is that time flies by. I just kept thinking that I’d have plenty of time to visit Tate Modern