Category: Travel

Turist in my own town 

It is great to have guests from out of town! A couple of weeks ago our good friends from 4REST came for a few days and gave me a chance to show what I love about Stockholm and to be a tourist in my own town! And though we often have guests from far away I must confess that I never do all the turist-stuff with them. I can provide a map, a access card and my phone number in case they get arrested..

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3 days left to takeoff and… 

….I`m starting to get stressed. My husband had his last day at work last week and though we have our parental leave fixed I can’t help worry about our budget this summer and also rest of the year. M did not only go on parental leave, he also quit his work all together! Continue reading “3 days left to takeoff and… “

Today is the Day.. 

… We get to take our new car home!

I’m so excited! This is the first time we allowed ourselves something brand new. We are both keen on keeping it simple, not to complicated not to expensive and absolutely no loans! Ha! That changed when we started to plan our trip and counting in that our son, J, hates sitting in the car since day one, we thought why not? Why not have a bit more fun and be comfortable when J screams anyway?

A Peugeot 5008, lets see if it survives our adventure!





Moving out

The time is ticking and its soon time for us to get into the car and drive 600 km to the south of Sweden, Skåne, the first stop of our journey. To survive financially we are renting out our apartment for 2.5 months which makes me a little nervous. What if something happens and we have to come back? What if the family that moves in gets possessed by a demon and demolishes the place and we loose our home?… (really…?) Continue reading “Moving out”

Keep Your Children Safe in the Car!

Planing this trip to Poland is a blessing! I have found many good practical solutions to numerous everyday problem. One of them is car safety.

As you might have noticed safety recommendations are a bit different around the world. The legislators want to keep the recommendations to the minimum it seems to make it easier for the producers of safety equipment. In Sweden though the recommendations are more rigorous than the rest of Europe (World?). I want to share this information with you because I didn’t realize how important little adjustment can have to save our children’s life. Because even though we are the best drivers in the world (right?) and would never cause an accident, maybe our fellow drivers are not as good as we think we are. Continue reading “Keep Your Children Safe in the Car!”