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My top 5 favorite cafés in Linköping

As you probably already know, fika is every Swede’s (and international student’s) favorite thing to do! As Linköping is a rather small city, activities are somewhat limited, and thus fika becomes even more essential. In this blog post I want to reveal to you the top 5 best fika places in Linköping.    Babettes Babettes is […]

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Meet Martin Molin – Let your eyes and your ears feel the magic

He might be perceived and considered a genius; but guess what he thinks about ‘being a genius’: “I don’t believe in any of this about geniuses and talents. Especially not when it comes to music. As long as you have a dream, you can succeed. (…) Believe in your dream and don’t let others judge […]

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Valborg, Walpurgis, What?

The last day of April, or Valborg, is another reason why I am so content in choosing Uppsala as my place to study. Dena described the series of events for Valborg, in order to understand what usually happens during the week of Valborg (yes, it is not just a day), I suggest that you read it […]

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Gamla Linköping – The Old Town with a twist

Gamla Linköping is the Old Town of Linköping (gamla=old). If you are in any Swedish city and you are seeing signs to Gamla Stan, you can be sure that you are heading towards the Old Town. Linköping’s Old Town however has a little twist, and is not just the typical ancient part of a city […]

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Five thesis writing tips for procrastinators

Whatever they say, writing a thesis is hard nut to crack. And if you’re a procrastinator, lots of things are left to finish in minimal time. So here’s a list of five things that work great for me to get things done faster, maybe they will for you too? 1. Get your social media under control […]

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