Anxiety and job searching

When the possibility of having a job causes more stress than not having any Being a job seeker certainly isn’t the easiest, most pleasant life. You get looked down upon by your peers like you’re some kind of lazy leech, no working relative understands you and, of course, money is a limiting factor for all … Continue reading Anxiety and job searching

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Norway in Winter – Life aboard the Hurtigruten (I)

For our honeymoon, we decided to book a 12-day cruise aboard the MS Nordkapp, from the Hurtigruten fleet. We chose it because it has an expedition team on board during the whole trip, providing you information about Norway, its geography, its traditions and daily life, but also about legends and art. The cabin After reading … Continue reading Norway in Winter – Life aboard the Hurtigruten (I)

Norway in Winter – What to pack (and not to pack) for a Hurtigruten cruise in January

Early before our trip, I searched and asked for advice about what to pack for Norway, considering that we were going on a 12-day cruise with Hurtigruten - meaning that we wouldn’t spend all our time outside but still would disembark and explore the surroundings during the stopovers. The obliging Silvia from heartmybackpack.com offered me … Continue reading Norway in Winter – What to pack (and not to pack) for a Hurtigruten cruise in January

Norway in Winter – How to survive the winter with Raynaud’s

For my first article of the Norway in Winter series, I’ll write about something crucial that caused me a lot of worrying before and during my trip: how to enjoy the Norwegian winter cold without suffering from Raynaud’s symptoms. The disease name might not speak to you so here’s a little checklist: - do your … Continue reading Norway in Winter – How to survive the winter with Raynaud’s