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The Swede Life is brought to you by Littlebearabroad.com - interviews with irresistible internationals living in Sweden, keeping it real about what life is really like in Sweden with kids. Plus, weekly updates of everything fresh in the Littlebearabroad community.

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The Swede Life is brought to you by Littlebearabroad.com - interviews with irresistible internationals living in Sweden, keeping it real about what life is really like in Sweden with kids. Plus, weekly updates of everything fresh in the Littlebearabroad community.

    S2 Episode 12 – Youstina Demetry – Self Compassion

    S2 Episode 12 – Youstina Demetry – Self Compassion

    Youstina Demetry joins Jill on the podcast this week to discuss expat emotions. How upheaval, change and loss of identity challenges ones mental health. We also talked about the impact of judgement. How this can create already listenings of situations, people, yourself and create unachievable expectations.

    It’s a good one…

    Youstina’s contact details can be found at Terapipunkten.com

    If you’d like to follow MamaMötet, you can find us at http://instagram.com/mamamötet.

    • 42 min
    S2 Episode 11 – Lisa Ferland – Global Mobility

    S2 Episode 11 – Lisa Ferland – Global Mobility

    Lisa Ferland joins Jill to talk about her latest book, When The Clock Strikes on Halloween. The Kickstarter campaign queen also discussed global mobility, being an entrepreneur abroad and how Swedish she now feels.

     

    Lisa’s Kickstarter campaign:



    Lisa’s social links:

    Instagram: @lisaferland_

    Facebook: Lisa Ferland Consulting.

     

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    • 58 min
    S2 Episode 10 – just Jill – Everything happens for a reason…

    S2 Episode 10 – just Jill – Everything happens for a reason…

    This episode is really personal to me and I was really unsure about recording it but I knew I had to get it out there for a reason. EVERYTHING HAPPENS FOR A REASON!!!

    The last three weeks have been utterly shit, but, I’ve learnt some incredibly important lessons. It’s all in  the episode… you just have to listen in.

    Please do leave your comments at the bottom of the post, if you have any. Would love to hear your thoughts.

    Love

    Jill xx

    • 21 min
    S2 Episode 9 – Andrea Pippins – work culture and creativity

    S2 Episode 9 – Andrea Pippins – work culture and creativity

    Andrea Pippins is one of the most together and tranquil people I’ve had the pleasure of meeting. Her artwork and illustrations have been featured in O, The Oprah Magazine, The New York Times and Essence. Andrea’s latest publication We Inspire Me is a collection of essays, interviews and advice about cultivating and empowering one’s community.





     





    Andrea moved to Stockholm in 2015 with her husband and has lived here ever since. I met with her at her home in Stockholm to talk about our culture of ‘work’ as a freelancers, having a nomadic career and the differences between working in the US and working in Sweden.





    The other books mentioned in the podcast include:

    Step Into Your Power by Jamia Wilson (illustrated by Andrea Pippins) 

    Young, Gifted and Black by Jamia Wilson (illustrated by Andrea Pippins)

    I Love My Hair: A Coloring Book of Braids, Coils, and Doodle Dos by Andrea Pippins

    • 51 min
    S2 Episode 8 - KJ Plumb - 'starting up in Sweden'

    S2 Episode 8 - KJ Plumb - 'starting up in Sweden'

    Katherine J Plumb has been called ‘Stockholm’s coolest textile artist’ by the Context magazine and her story of how she started out gives us all reason to be hopeful. Jill speaks to designer and owner of KJP Studios, Katherine Plumb, about starting out in Sweden and the struggles she’s faced finding her seat at the design community table in Stockholm.

     

    You can find all of KJP Studios work and collaborations on Instagram @kjplumb or via her website studiokjp.com

    • 45 min
    S2 Episode 7 - Jennifer Dahl - writing remotely

    S2 Episode 7 - Jennifer Dahl - writing remotely

    Third culture kid turned indie author. Jill meets Jennifer Dahlberg, author and expat, now living in Stockholm. Her latest novel, Lagging Indicators, hit shelves in Jul 2018.

    We discussed Jennifer’s upbringing as a third culture kid, her passion for writing, what led her to indie publishing and life as an expat American woman in Sweden.

     

    You can purchase Jennifer’s book, Lagging Indicators, from Amazon

    You can follow Jennifer on social media via Instagram on jennifer.anglade.dahlberg

     

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