I’ve been living in Stockholm a total of one month after a lifetime in London. You might think it’d be a difficult transition, moving from a city of nearly 8 million people to a city of circa 1 million. But it’s not. It’s wonderful. And here why: (1) Everything is so close In London, it…Read more London vs Stockholm 5 Things That Stockholm Does Better
In less than two weeks I'll be leaving this lovely rainy island behind and landing in Stockholm with two suitcases and a rucksack to my name. I've already started the packing process and it's harder than I thought. You can't fit everything in, so some serious culling has to take place. You also have to be…Read more How To Pack For Moving Country
In the words of Passenger, Only miss the sun when it starts to snow Only know you love her when you let her go I'm not saying I'm going to miss the Northern line in rush hour, or the way the Central Line turns into a sauna the moment the mercury goes over 19 degrees,…Read more London Bucket List / When A Local Realises They Haven’t Done Anything Touristy in circa 20 Years.
Generally, when these words are uttered to you, it feels pretty darn personal. Or at least it did to me. It also feels like you've failed somehow, which isn't a nice feeling. When I got told recently that the changes to my role were 'just business, nothing personal' - it didn't sink in. They might…Read more “It’s Just Business, Nothing Personal” -Why Redundancy Makes You Feel Like A Failure