4 years after pledging to create a space held for international parents in Stockholm, our hard work is finally paying off.
This was compounded by a disastrous coffee morning meet up with a corporate expat agency. It ended with the door slamming me on the backside on the way out because my HUSBAND didn’t work for the right firm.
The word came up again today. I’m a “privileged immigrant”. If the shoe fits. Factually, that is exactly how to describe my current migrant status.
Pregnancy in Sweden is a no brainer, speaking from experience. Sweden is a westernised, medically advanced and socially organised country. According to the Commonwealth Fund, Sweden is ranked third in the world for it’s progressive healthcare system, high proportion of doctors, above-average healthcare spending, and relatively low prescriptions of drugs (2016)
Our incredible day in pictures at Stockholm Pride Parade 2017. A day full of colour and the brilliance of so many people, mostly youngsters demonstrating their right to love who ever they want to.
What an adventure!! Whoop whoop…you’re off on the trip of a lifetime, you’re totally psych’d and even the kids seem up for it (if they can talk). You land, you act like a tourist for 3 weeks (roughly the length of a good holiday), everything looks super rosey…and then…
Learning a language doesn’t just have to be done in a classroom. We’ve all heard people tell us being “embedded” in a foreign culture is one of the best ways to absorb a language, but what does that mean?
Anne Pihl arrived in Sweden in 1998 with her Swedish husband. Her daughter had been born in England, 2 months before moving to Sweden. You can imagine how surprised she was when Försäkringskassan called her up offering a monthly parental leave allowance.