Sisters in Entrepreneurship: An amazing weekend with Venture Lab
I got to meet an amazing bunch of inspiring young ladies this weekend – Sisters in Entrepreneurship if I should call them. Facebook has a great way of notifying you about events happening close to you. Therefore, when Venture Lab’s “Believe in your ideas” was recommended, I quickly subscribed to it. Venture Lab is an […]
Summer road trip across Sweden
Today, sitting on the train I look out of the window and all I see is grey. Even though I can still spot some snow here and there, most of it has melted already. In those moments, I (winter kid from the bottom of my heart) start day dreaming about the bright and sunny summer days when me and one of […]
It’s sweet. It’s sticky. It’s semla.
It’s been like this for hundreds of years. It started in the fourteenth century, with the introduction of a mandatory feast before the forty-day fast of lent. This feast was a three-day bender of Swedes stuffing their guts with all the hottest dishes of the 1300s – including the irresistibly named “Stone Cake.” This is […]
What is Swedish Julbord?
How was your Christmas? I am from Korea, and It was my second Christmas in Sweden. We also celebrate Christmas back at my home, but it is not a traditional holiday for us, instead, it is quite a recent trend to celebrate. I felt like the Swedish Christmas has a long history of celebrating with their […]