Moving between countries is not always easy. You might get too attached to the temporary home when you should pack your bags. Personal thoughts on life abroad, in between and home.
I use my English mushroom book alongside the Finnish one because, for some reason, I want to learn the names in English as well.
I was hurt and lied to by a person I used to respect and hold very dear and I'm trying to process it, so I'll think aloud.
After a quiet summer, I'll try to write again. And, oh yeah, I've moved back to Finland, at least for now.
Finland was the world's happiest country in 2020 according to the World Happiness Report. Also the other countries I've lived in are pretty happy.
Footpaths and bridleways make walking and running fun – you don't have to follow the roads. But all paths in England are not yet officially recorded.
I witnessed an amazing starling murmuration the other day. You can see yourself – I filmed some of it!
I wrote an article for Journo Resources about journalism job search in the UK as a non-native speaker. The topic is close to my heart so I am exploring it a bit more here.
I flew from England to Finland in December and back in January. The flights themselves felt like business as usual but the travel restrictions are changing constantly.
We spend our first night in our new-old van last week. Sleeping by the road is not as nice as putting a tent up in the woods but the occasional night in the van can be great.