Susanna The Nordic Mum Podcast host, mother, blogger and lover of all things Nordic unravels what it means coming from the Nordic countries. Susanna loves talking about how to hug the Nordic way of life using Scandinavia as an example. She explores why Scandinavian countries and people seem to be the most content in the world and why they top the charts when measured on trust, gender, work-life balance and happiness. Her aim is to motivate you to live your life with a hint of Nordic Simplicity with less is more approach. She interviews people with Nordic connection and explores their journeys and how they keep their Nordic culture and customs going. Have a cup of tea, and have a Hygge moment while listening to this podcast.
Read the show notes https://www.thenordicmum.com/podcast/
How to Balance Your Life on the New Year
How you can have that balanced content life that we all are dreaming about? Listen the eight tips that I have gathered to you and how you can put them in action come new year and start new year with a bang.
How to Have Friluftsliv in your Life?
This Norwegian word is the new Hygge and I wanted to explore and see how it can help us during winter.
5 Best Things We Miss When Not Living in Finland
I asked Finns what they miss the most and this list included a sauna and lots of food. Listen to what we miss and perhaps one or two things that you miss is on the list as well.
Tips How to Get Most Out Of This Year
Re-releasing this episode Year 2020 I decided not to take a word as my mantra like I had last year. I just felt that there is no need to have a word. Instead of a word I wanted to go through these 12 points I see that you can live your best year yet. 2020 is going to be the best year yet to me and to you.
Education in Finland Versus Australia
How Finland differs from Australia on education and why. My thoughts when you compare apples to apples. This is an old episode that I am releasing.
Truth About Your Finnish Roots and Identity
Talking to Jesse Karjalainen, author about his roots in Australia and Finland. How he sees his identity amongst the many countries he has lived in.