You know when you have been in Sweden too long when… From http://www.australiansabroad.com/sweden/youknow.html 1. You rummage through your plastic bag collection to see which ones you can keep to take to the shop and which ones can be sacrificed for… Read More ›
I work in the most beautiful building I have ever seen. How lucky am I to be able to work here every day!
Sweden’s largest eating disorders treatment clinic, the 1,700-bed Stockholm Center for Eating Disorders, says it has an unusual problem: scouts for Sweden’s biggest modeling agencies who congregate outside its doors, persistently trying to recruit patients. “We think this is repugnant…. Read More ›
MBL – the Swedish Co-Determination in the Workplace Act LAS – The Employment Protection Act Offentlighetsprincipen – The Principle of Public Access to Official Documents Allemansrätt – Right of Common Access (informally – every man’s right to nature) Föreningsfrihet – Freedom… Read More ›
I heard many things which helped me acclimatise to my new home. But the ones which helped me the most were There are two laws you must understand to know Sweden – Jantelagen and Tvättstugalagen Våren måste svettas in och hösten måste frysas in
The underground travels on the left but people walk to the right. If you happen to walk to the left at any point in the passageways you will confuse and irritate people. And you may be trampled. However, this does not apply… Read More ›
Some words in English originate from Swedish. knife tungsten moped smorgasbord husband