Tag Archive: Winter

Swedish Winter Wonderland

The real remedy

When I wrote my last blog post, I thought I was at a turning point. But actually, I went even further off track. Every day that week I felt like I was digging… Continue reading


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Great Expectations

It was one of those March days when the sun shines hot and the wind blows cold; when it is summer in the light, and winter in the shade Great Expectations by Charles… Continue reading

In transit

I am at my dad’s house in Rättvik, Dalarna. The sun is glistening on the snow-covered fields outside. I keep warm by the fireplace inside. Five days ago, I arrived Stockholm looking like a… Continue reading


The Norwegian term “hyttetur” isn’t just about going to your country cabin. It’s a culture in itself, the core of the Norwegian lifestyle: You work in an office all week, accounting business profits… Continue reading

Coming out of hibernation

My days are like snowflakes: I wake up and they are there, around me, as I walk to and from work. Sometimes they are cold and in my face and I am trying… Continue reading

Xmas market, still no snow

Maria stayed in bed today as I took a walk back to BLÅ and passed by Vulkan on the way. I smiled at all the fun I had Friday and Saturday, but today… Continue reading

It’s the time of the season

As much as I’ve loved these past few weeks; the crisp air, the blue sky, the soft sun and all the shades of yellow-red leaves, I realize now that there are more leaves… Continue reading

What nature does

Isn’t it amazing how nature changes colour in less than two months? In February, everything was white. In April, everything is grey. In June, everything will be green.