Hi everyone! I hope you and your loved ones are doing well in these troubled times. In case you were wondering how I am doing, read my last blog post. Like everyone else, my life has been changed lately because of the pandemic. So, I am writing my thesis at home while self-isolating – with acknowledging that to be able to stay at home is a privilege these days… Whenever I need a break from studies, and from the news about the current situation (it can be overwhelming together) I find myself looking at pictures that make me smile and happy.
And that’s how I decided to share my photo diary in this post, as a reminder to myself, and to you, this shall pass and things get better. I can’t believe that it’s been almost 2 years since I moved to Sweden.
This small city where I study became home to me. I’ve had unforgettable moments here.
Stunning Parks of the City!
The view from Campus Norrköping…
The breathtaking beauty of sunsets and sunrises…
I learned not to surprise if it snows in the midst of a sunny day in March.
When it’s finally time to celebrate MIDSUMMER!
I have lost count of the times I visited this amazing city. Every trip has been a blast!
Well, let me pose in the beautiful streets of Stockholm.
I love this vibrant city!
Gamla Stan is always beautiful!
Summer nights in Stockholm was stunning. Can you believe that I took the picture below at 23.30?
It might be my favorite city in Sweden. Nature, view, parks, cafes, restaurants… Such a lovely city!
The botanical garden of Gothenburg definitely worths visiting.
Lovely Memories, Amazing People, Great Times
First Time Snowshoeing…
Friends, a cup of coffee and sweets. Nothing could be better!
Traditional Swedish Christmas Dinner: Julbord
That happy face when your friend comes to visit you!
A selfie with kind, talented and beautiful angel Emma!
Petra, Heidi, and I (Thank you for making my life so much better and fun!)
Memories will last forever!
A little bit of inspiration… Stay in your magic!
I am so grateful that I had the chance to travel to new places, meet incredible people, and try cool things for the last two years.
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