When the temperatures fall and the light fades, staying in and bundling up feels natural. In the parts of the world that are blanketed with snow for most of the year, residents know how to utilize time outside in the cold winter months. Outdoor living is such a large part of the Nordic culture,… More Embracing Friluftsliv
A holiday that centers around drinking hot drinks and reading all through the night exists? Yes – and it’s called Jólabókaflóð which translates from Icelandic to Christmas Book Flood. The “flood” refers to the annual release of new books in Iceland that happens every year before Christmas. Iceland is known as one of the most… More 2020 – A Year to Start New Traditions
. . . and Sven and Lars. The top baby names in Scandinavia for 2018 doesn’t have an Ole or Lena in the bunch. Still want a popular Scandinavian name for your offspring? Here they are by country: Iceland Girls Hekla Embla Anna Emilía Alexandra Bríet Júlía Sara Andrea Freyja Boys Aron Kári Brynjar… More Move over Ole and Lena . . .