Monthly Archives: December 2013

When you’ve experimented – evaluate

I am a teacher and as a result I do some things at home that I also do with my students in school. So when ending our TV-experiment, of course me and the kids evaluated how the week has been. … Continue reading

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Experimenting

Poor family, always subjected to my ideas and experiments. I have been sorting out and throwing away things, but this ongoing experiment of mine is probably the strangest one, so far. What it is? Well, we are having a TV-free … Continue reading

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10/10 my way

So, again on the Minimalist blog I read about something called 10/10. Basically it’s listing ten (expensive? I don’t remember) things that you own and then comparing that list to a list of the ten things, or experiences, that you … Continue reading

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Facts vs dreams

Sometimes things happen that makes you question what you have and what you are doing. For me, the issues I have are mainly about the Swedish educational system.  I am a teacher. I teach kids ages 12-15 and most of … Continue reading

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The Secret Life of Walter Mitty

So I am not really a fan of Ben Stiller, but this movie is one that I need to see. It’s mostly filmed in Iceland, and right now I am craving empty spaces and wonderful nature. I am still a … Continue reading

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The Joy of Christmas

I am panicking on the inside at the moment. Christmas is coming and I am not a fan. We don’t have a lot of Christmas decorations but the few things we have make me feel sick. I put them up … Continue reading

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