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The Swede-ish podcast by Little Bear Abroad. Conversations on the paradox of being stuck between two cultures.

The Swede-ish Podcast The Swede-ish Podcast

    • Places & Travel
    • 4.6, 9 Ratings

The Swede-ish podcast by Little Bear Abroad. Conversations on the paradox of being stuck between two cultures.

    S3 – Episode 4: Rachel Khoo – ‘the Swede-ish Gathering’

    S3 – Episode 4: Rachel Khoo – ‘the Swede-ish Gathering’

    So excited to be welcoming THE Rachel Khoo to our little podcast. The amazing TV Foodie talked to Jill about her experience of cultural paradigms and how food and bringing people together has always paved the way for her to feel more at home in exotic settings.







    A total pleasure to chat with and a brilliantly unique way of tackling the paradox of being stuck between two cultures.







    You can purchase Rachel’s latest culinary curation, ‘The Little Swedish Kitchen’ at any decent book shop and online book store. Also look out for The Little Swedish Kitchen show soon on Godare.se Network.







    Follow Rachel on Instagram @rachelkhooks.

    • 36 min
    S3 – Episode 3: ‘Swede-ish co-founders’.

    S3 – Episode 3: ‘Swede-ish co-founders’.

    A frank and honest chat about being Swede-ish entrepreneurs… a pretty accurate description of what the Littlebearabroad team are. But, why do we do it? What drives us and what are our ambitions for the future of Littlebearabroad – lofty, I would say.







    How do we feel about the current state of global transitions and how is Littlebearabroad hoping to affect change in theses areas. Fascinating and no holds-barred conversation about what implores us to develop and sustain Littlebearabroad.

    • 1 hr 4 min
    S3 - Episode 2: 'You ok hun?' with Hannah Meason.

    S3 - Episode 2: 'You ok hun?' with Hannah Meason.

    In this episode Hannah Meason, founder of Together With You and Social Policy expert discusses her Peer Support Group initiative at Littlebearabroad Community Studios.







    It’s a very frank discussion about the physiological and mental health impact starting out in new country can have… lasting for years, even.















    Hannah is an experienced social worker and social policy expert who has used peer support groups for many years in her career as a strategic way for individuals to self-realise and self-help.















    If you’d like to know more about the Peer Support Group and how we’ll be continuing to run it whilst adhering to social distancing, please get in touch with Hannah via twy@hmeason.com

    • 48 min
    S3 - Episode 1: Love in the time of Coronavirus

    S3 - Episode 1: Love in the time of Coronavirus

    Welcome to our first episode of our latest version of the LBA podcast. In this episode hear why we’ve started again, we get all the current global stuff out of the way and hope that we can provide some light relief from it all.















    Want to feature on the podcast? Get in touch at jill@littlebearabroad.com.

    • 13 min
    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.

     

    Other links mentioned in the podcast:

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    Littlebearabroad’s WEEKEND PLANNER

     

    • 58 min

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
9 Ratings

9 Ratings

LivingInLycra ,

A giggle in my pocket

I listen on my commute and it is my little piece of selfish joy when I should be listening to Swedish language podcasts. Like having a good old catch up with Jill and the gang and actually having girlfriends again to giggle with in my new life here in Sweden with a baby - hilarious.

Rachjlrach ,

Great!

Great! Love ittttt!

HannaZuringPeterson ,

Girlfriends in transitioning

Listening to this, I feel like I'm sitting in a cafe chatting with some mum friends about life in Stockholm with kids. It's refreshing to have this in podcast format and being able to listen whilst cooking or on a walk. Helpful insights about cultural adaptation. Looking forward to what coming episodes will bring!

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