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School
Östra Real, Linköpings Universitet, Stockholms universitet, Ersta Sköndal högskola (enskild huvudman), Ersta sjuksköterskehögskola
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Greenpeace Nordic, Sveriges Radio Östergötland
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Anna

Hey, I’m Anna!

Stockholm, Stockholm County, Sweden · Member since June 2012
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My apartment is for students, because despite my age I´m a student now. I used to be a journalist but nowadays I´m in school again to become a nurse. Media is fun but pointless and I want to do something important before it´s too late.

I love to travel - by train if possible - and meet people from different countries. My dream is to work abroad a few months a year when the children move out...

I also love reading and outdoor activities such as skiing, skating, swimming, hiking and sailing. But I also enjoy a good glass of wine from time to time.
I used to work for Greenpeace with communication and I´m still an activist. My interest in nature and the environment grows bigger every year. I have a bit of a problem with flying but try to compensate for it.

Sweden is one of the best countries in the world - a lot of space, quiet and safe. If you love nature, you would love Sweden. The climate is unpredictable and summers could be cold but never mind that! You are free to go swimming in any lake or hike in any forest and landowners can´t charge you for it. That´s really amazing.

Stockholm is beautiful but expensive if you don´t know where to go. I will give you my best tips if you come here. We also have a lot of Italian coffee, Asian food, French bakery but not too much of Swedish culture. Perhaps our culture is just a mix of everything...

Swedes are friendly but shy, sometimes not very polite because we are not an old urban culture like Italy or France where people are used to crowds. We came from the countryside and our small farms to the cities about 200 years ago...But when we say we will meet you at 2 o´clock, we show up at 2 0´clock.