Skip to content

Vaxholm – the capital of Stockholms archipelago

Did you know that Stockholm’s archipelago consists of approximately 24,000 islands? Amazing, isn’t it? 🤩 One of the most popular islands is Vaxholm, north-west of Stockholm. Last year in summer, I went there to spend my birthday on this pretty island. You can go to Vaxholm via boat or by subway and bus. There is … Continue reading “Vaxholm – the capital of Stockholms archipelago”

Snow, reindeers and northern lights

Hi again! Last week I made all the way up to Kiruna in the far north of Sweden. Going by overnight train, you barely notice that Kiruna is the northernmost town of Sweden and that it takes in fact a 15-hour journey to get there. Because of its location, the sun does not set for … Continue reading “Snow, reindeers and northern lights”

The Summer of 2020

Never in my wildest of dreams did I expect a summer like a summer 20″. The plans I made in February flipped, wobbled and turned around like a ride on the roller coaster. Although being a student at KTH and the lockdown policies of Sweden did make the season an eventful one and one that’s … Continue reading “The Summer of 2020”

Roadtrip across the German Alps

The exam season was finally done and a well-deserved trip was on the list. Where better than a journey to the Alps to reflect on life so far and strategise on the future. We decided on visiting Prague and drive to Konigsee in Germany. Staying in Sweden means you could visit other EU countries without … Continue reading “Roadtrip across the German Alps”

Sustainable Arrival Day

Hi peeps! Hope you are enjoying summer no matter where you are (unless you are in the southern hemisphere hehe). Stockholm’s weather has been incredible for the past weeks as the Sun shines every day and temperatures have stayed above 20 ºC. As days goes by, arrival days for new students come closer! Are you … Continue reading “Sustainable Arrival Day”

Expenses in Stockholm

Hey all! Lately, I have been receiving a lot of questions from the prospective students about how much I spend every month. The expense is definitely an important thing to consider to plan your masters budget accordingly. Now that I have been living the student life for half a year already, I seem to have … Continue reading “Expenses in Stockholm”