A Bright Christmas #2. Before you get too excited, this is not going to be a detailed care guide of all kinds of houseplants. Instead I thought I’d share a pretty simple insight on how 2020 became the year in which our tiny apartment went from 0 plants, to about 15 at the moment. So,… Read More The year of plants: how I finally managed to keep them alive
With our current situation, people have primarily been worried about their physical health. We check up on each other to see how we are doing and our gut reaction is to report our current physical situation. Do I have cough? Colds? Fever? Diarrhea? Any respiratory problems? But there is another important thing that we need to keep in check – our mental health.… Read More Take care of your mental health
For the longest time, I would never think of myself as anything close to an entrepreneur. It’s way too scary, it must be for people who have a perfect business plan ready to go, have investors,… In other words: not me. And I’d probably never be one either, because how does one get from “me-not-an-entrepreneur” to “me-entrepreneur”?… Read More Co-up lab – envisioning yourself as an entrepreneur, or should I use another word?
Today, Friday the 15th of March, the school strikes for climate take on a bigger shape, with a global strike for young and old. Over 100 countries are having registered strikes, protests and/or marches. I was there on the one in Stockholm, and here’s how it’s going! Almost exactly 2 years ago I wrote my… Read More May the climate be with you: Getting starstruck on the Global Climate Strike
In my last post on applying for PhD defense at KI I mentioned Trygghetsstiftelsen, and how they can help with finding jobs after you finish your government-related-employment (in this case: PhD). Now that I have actually defended, I had a meeting with them and let me just say: I couldn’t be more impressed!… Read More Trygghetsstiftelsen: Safe when your employment ends
(Mood: poisonous apple red with a tiny leaf of green) If I tell you the words “Christmas” and “Food”, what kind of feeling do you get? For me it used to be: warm, cozy, a lot, heavy, comfort and family. Pretty nice 🙂 Then, a couple of years ago, I became a vegetarian, and though… Read More Food restrictions: when my tummy made me “that one”
The prospect of following post-graduate studies abroad is attractive. Many universities offer doctoral positions to international students and collaborations between universities are common. Post-graduates with international experience increase their employability since they are highly valued, especially when coming from a prestigious university. Besides, to follow doctoral studies abroad comes with the opportunity to expand our… Read More Don’t let language stop you! The advantages of doing qualitative research in a foreign language