For the past five years, I’ve had four blogs. One was a book blog though, so I don’t really count it as I only reviewed books on it, but I did get invited to events at Swedish publishing houses and got free champagne and food (so if you’re into that, I highly recommend that you start a book blog). With my latest blog I wanted to get away from the hormonal rollercoaster that was so present in the first one, but after having lived in England for the past year, I realised that not everyone speaks Swedish (except Swedes and everyone in Africa, of course). So here we go.
W H O I S T H I S G A L ?
A 20 year old student from Stockholm, now based in London. I’m currently studying my second year at the film production programme at Royal Holloway University of London. I have a love for late 1800s Swedish architecture, black clothes and Harry Potter. Early mornings are my greatest weakness and sometimes when I can’t sleep, I search for university courses I want to study sometime in the future.
W H Y B L O G G I N G ?
It is an excellent way to connect with people who share similar interests with you. It’s a great way to build up your network and to put yourself out there, show the world who you are. Some say it’s a rather shallow and egoistic way, but in a world where most of us are connected to the internet 24/7, I feel it’s important to show yourself both offline and online. Blogging came naturally to be as writing as always been a part of my life since early childhood. It’s something I for most times find calming and rewarding on a personal level.
W H A T I S T H I S B L O G ?
A personal blog where I’ll be writing about the things that are closest to heart for me; filmmaking, politics, art and occasionally food. I hope you’ll join me on my adventures and share your adventures, and be sure to follow me on bloglovin’ to not miss any posts! And if you’d like to tell me a funny story, something you’ve accomplished recently, or just feel like writing a letter: email@example.com