Royal wedding – been there, done that

Last year in June, Kronprinsessan Victoria married Daniel. I was there on the day with my mum, and I was actually quite taken with the whole thing, even though I am far from being a royalist. The wedding was sweet and warm, and the Swedish royal family was very open towards the Swedish people and … Read moreRoyal wedding – been there, done that

Swedish intensive course vs once a week

It’s been a while since I wrote on this blog. The reason, which many of you already know, is that I’ve been teaching a 4 week Swedish intensive course in London, at the International House London. It was really interesting in terms of teaching Swedish, as I usually teach private students once or twice a … Read moreSwedish intensive course vs once a week

Snapshots from Stockholm

Much of the snow had melted (!). It was semla season… Hammarby ski slope is a cool place I think, it is a small ski slope in central Stockholm. My mum’s apartment is just a stone’s throw from the slope. Can’t beat a kanelbulle and coffee. We are pretty heavy coffee consumers, among the highest … Read moreSnapshots from Stockholm

Swedish things in my home

Här är några svenska saker hemma hos mig. En liten tavla av Bengt Elde i mitt sovrum. Jag älskar hans tavlor. En ergonomisk kärleks-kaffekopp. Den fick jag från pappa + partner. Rocky-böcker av Martin Kellerman. Jag har nästan alla. Kylskåpspoesi i köket. Vinterbild från min hemby, Saxdalen, i vårt sovrum. Karta över Sverige och bild … Read moreSwedish things in my home