July in Sweden: Clock off, tune in, chill out

July in Sweden: Clock off, tune in, chill out

The Year in Sweden - July: Journalist Kim Loughran sketches a month by month account of the country he has called home ever since his accidental migration in 1966.

August in Sweden: drinking shots, sinking ships and stinking fish

August in Sweden: drinking shots, sinking ships and stinking fish

September in Sweden: Forest foods, politicians return, birds leave

September in Sweden: Forest foods, politicians return, birds leave

October in Sweden: forest royalty, bandy, prizes from the Academy

October in Sweden: forest royalty, bandy, prizes from the Academy

November in Sweden: Shoes at the door for dinner party season

November in Sweden: Shoes at the door for dinner party season

December in Sweden: From candle-head girls to jellied veal

December in Sweden: From candle-head girls to jellied veal

January in Sweden: Week one, thirteenth day, thinking time

January in Sweden: Week one, thirteenth day, thinking time

February in Sweden: No sex please, we’re cold

February in Sweden: No sex please, we’re cold

March in Sweden: Slush, bears and skiing royals

March in Sweden: Slush, bears and skiing royals

April in Sweden: twigs, jigs and pagan rites

April in Sweden: twigs, jigs and pagan rites

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May in Sweden: A nation back in bloom