15 comments

  1. wonderful to hear about your trip to sweden, when will you come? if ever you decide to come to gothenburg, do let me know, we should definitelly fika 🙂

  2. You absolutely don’t need to speak Swedish in Sweden, most Swedes speak excellent English. Don’t worry. I spent a holiday in Sweden with my family in 1982 as a child, I didn’t speak Swedish, but I remember it as one of the most magical holidays I ever had! I work for a Swedish company and so does my husband, he spends lots of time in Stockholm, no Swedish necessary!

  3. I hope you have a fabulous time in Sweden. With your talents and lust for life, you will certainly learn a lot and have a great experience over there.

  4. your trip sounds amazing! traveling alone can be a wonderful experience. as long as you can connect with family and friends online, you will still feel in touch. can’t wait to read about all the inspirations you find and see your photos.

  5. I read about your trip to Sweden over at Joanna Goddard’s blog. I really hope you’re going to love my homeland 🙂 I think it’s quite lovely here in the summer and I hope you’ll have fun!

  6. Chelsea, I love your blog. It is really inspirational. I’m struck by the quote, “You can have the life you want.” What a great motto to live by. It’s so bold of you to take this trip to Sweden. I can’t wait to hear more about it. I’m also preparing to move overseas… but I don’t know where yet!

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