This break back home has been the longest I have had since I moved to Sweden. It seems like forever that I was back in Norrköping. But as with all New Year’s it gives you time to think about what you want to do in life.
The past year I have not actually done much in Sweden. Following the first year of seeing most of the country I spent 2012 just in Norrköping mainly working. But since I have been in the UK I have found myself missing things from Sweden. The food, the local bar and mainly the countryside.
Speaking to some Swedish friends I realise that I need to go out much more and see more places. One of the beautiful things about Sweden is that the trains are cheap and far more reliable than the UK, so there truly is no need to have an excuse. Of course, the weather can be a pain at times, but it’s a country that is a must see all year round.
2013 will be a year of change for me. Most of the past will be left behind, and a new future will begin. One thing I can say is that I have been somewhat lazy last year when meeting new friends in Sweden. That changes now!
Happy New Year to you all and make it a good one.
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