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Lana in Sweden


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Travel, crafting, restaurants, everyday life...my blog is about experiencing life in Sweden as a mom, as an artist, as a person who is new to the Swedish culture. Everyday is an adventure and an opportunity to learn something new about others (and about yourself). Sometimes laughing (so I don't cry) I share the joys of what makes living the expat life so incomparable with any other way of living.
http://lanainsweden.wordpress.com/
Blog language: English
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lanakwimmer

US American US American expat living in Sweden

  • Gender: Female
  • Birthday: 11-06-72
  • Move: Usa  Sweden
  • Interest: writing, knitting, art, music, food, travel, museums, cooking
  • About me: I'm an artist and writer, living abroad with my US Diplomat husband and 4 kids. We've lived in Greece, Austria, The Netherlands, San Francisco, LA and now Stockholm, Sweden. I love experiencing new cultures, places and people. Sharing my perspective with others helps me see the world isn't such a big place after all. There's so much we have in common, but what makes us different is also what makes us endearing. As I travel the globe, my viewpoint expands, my recipe folder grows and my heart enlarges. I don't know who I'd be without all the people I've met along the way, teaching me about life and broadening my views. It's not easy packing up a family household every couple of years, but it's worth it when you consider that what we've gained is so much greater than anything we've lost.
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Latest posts Latest posts

  •  I?m Back in Sweden (and melting)
    I?m back in Sweden, making the most of the remaining weeks of summer, trying not to complain about the sweltering 85-degree temperatures when we have no air conditioning. In America I?d be wearing sweaters this time of year, pulling on a cardigan before entering the arctic blasts of restaurants or t...
  •  No Man Is An Island
    “No Man Is An Island” is the title of John Donne’s famous poem and inspiration for the exhibition at one of Stockholm’s premiere museums, Artipelag. No man is an island, Entire of itself, Every man is a piece of the continent, A part of the main. If a clod be washed away by t...
  •  Walking Tour Starts Here
    I realize it?s been a little quiet over here at Spare Change?not because I don?t have a lot to say, but because I?m just saying it in another place–working on a project (that with a little luck and a bit more work), will be finished by next year. The gist of it is ?unpacking the expat life,? a...
  •  Fallen Hero?Remembering 100 years ago
    The poppy is a symbol forever bound to WWI because of a poem, In Flanders Fields, written by Lieutenant Colonel John McCrae?a Canadian medic and soldier. McCrae witnessed the horrors of the front line while battling in Flanders, Belgium?seventeen days and seventeen nights his battalion held their po...
  •  Denmark?Legoland, Lalandia and Beyond
    THE GREAT thing about a road trip is you can travel almost anywhere, five hours (or less), and find yourself in a completely different landscape, different country, different world. Denmark is considered part of Scandinavia, but when we drove there it felt less like Sweden and more like Nebraska in ...

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