Spring is dancing tentatively ahead of us and February is the last chance to make the most of winter sports and winter cosy. Well, that’s the idea but this winter has been all sorts of crazy. Semlor, Fettisdag, Alla Hjärtans dag and Sportlov. February has a lot to offer in Sweden.
It’s an opportunity to brush off the cobwebs of winter, illness and the grey mush of the city and head out to the slopes, the country or, if you are lucky, sunnier climes.
1 year ago, almost to the day, I decided I wanted to open a physical space for international parents and their kids. Yesterday, we came one step closer to that reality. But, we’ve still got a long way to go and we need everyone’s help to do it.
A “no kids” guide to St Valentine’s day in Stockholm. Ok, that’s a bit harsh, you could bring the kids but you won’t want to.
Parental benefits for immigrants with children over the age of 1 are changing. On Jul 2017 the Riksdag voted in amendments that could affect you.