Tag Archive: Job


13 years ago, I worked a summer at a YMCA children’s camp in Calabria, in the South of Italy. I was the leader of a group of 6 fifteen-year-old girls. I was just… Continue reading

Svorsk Swedes in Norway

I’ve lived in Norway 10 months now. I came here for the same reason as nearly 150 000 other Swedes: to work and save money. I work in the service industry and I… Continue reading

Sthlm – Oslo

After a night in Stockholm, I am now on the train to Oslo, where I will stay for two days, see friends, search for a job and a place to stay for the… Continue reading

To be, or not to be – a writer

I recently received two writing related job offers from two different people. One friend who lives in France and does a PhD and internship at a big  IT company said he would like… Continue reading

Do the little jobs well

Don’t be afraid to give your best to what seemingly are small jobs. Every time you conquer one it makes you that much stronger. If you do the little jobs well, the big… Continue reading

It could be about a job

Reset; to clear any pending errors or events and bring a system to normal condition or initial state I’ve been in reset mode so many times for the last two years; it feels… Continue reading

Socializing in Stockholm

The train is gently swaying forward… Graveled pavements and city streetlights are replaced by snowy white fields and red wooden houses. Sweden in March. It all feels so familiar. When I came to… Continue reading

Update; everything’s alright!

I’m in Stockholm, in the brothers’ flat, although Micke has left for Barcelona. Sun is shining; spring is on its way, but as always, winter winds linger. I’ve started searching for jobs again.… Continue reading

The coach that never left the station

OK. I feel I have written enough fuzzy blog posts about what I’m feeling, vaguely even touching on the subject on what I’m doing. Even now, I have no idea what I want… Continue reading

Reason & Rhyme (Why & How)

Soft snow is falling again. I am happy. I didn’t like the icy crust that had formed over the snow, the sharp edges and the black pebbles that stained the street. Although necessary… Continue reading