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 US regulators clear way for more monkeypox vaccine shipments

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00:44 sec | 3 weeks ago

US regulators clear way for more monkeypox vaccine shipments

"U.S. regulators have cleared the way for more monkeypox vaccine shipments to the United States I am Lisa dwyer with the latest U.S. officials say thousands more doses of the monkeypox vaccine could soon begin shipping from a Bavarian Nordic plant in Denmark The Food and Drug Administration says it has completed a required inspection of the overseas plant where the two dose shots are manufactured and onsite inspection is required before vaccines from a new plant can be cleared The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends the vaccine for people who have already been exposed to the virus and their presumed contacts That includes men who have recently had sex with men at parties or in other gatherings in cities where monkeypox cases have been identified I'm Lisa

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 Sweden, Finland delegations in Turkey for NATO talks

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00:44 sec | 2 months ago

Sweden, Finland delegations in Turkey for NATO talks

"Delegations from Sweden and Finland are scheduled to hold talks with senior Turkish officials in an effort to overcome and cross objections to their historic bids to join the NATO alliance Turkey says it opposes the two Nordic countries membership in the military alliance citing grievances with Sweden's and to a lesser extent Finland's perceived support to groups it views as terrorists It also accuses the two of imposing arms exports restrictions on turkey Turkish objections have dampened stockholms and Helsinki's hopes for a quick membership in NATO amid Russia's invasion of Ukraine and puts NATO's credibility at stake

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Nordic NATO bids move forward but Turkey could derail deal

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00:46 sec | 3 months ago

Nordic NATO bids move forward but Turkey could derail deal

"Finland's Finland's Finland's Finland's parliament parliament parliament parliament has has has has overwhelmingly overwhelmingly overwhelmingly overwhelmingly endorsed endorsed endorsed endorsed a a a a bid bid bid bid from from from from of of of of the the the the Nordic Nordic Nordic Nordic countries countries countries countries governments governments governments governments to to to to join join join join NATO NATO NATO NATO lawmakers lawmakers lawmakers lawmakers at at at at the the the the two two two two hundred hundred hundred hundred seat seat seat seat parliament parliament parliament parliament voted voted voted voted one one one one eight eight eight eight eight eight eight eight eight eight eight eight two two two two approved approved approved approved Finland Finland Finland Finland seeking seeking seeking seeking membership membership membership membership in in in in of of of of the the the the thirty thirty thirty thirty member member member member western western western western military military military military alliance alliance alliance alliance the the the the vote vote vote vote was was was was considered considered considered considered a a a a formality formality formality formality after after after after leaders leaders leaders leaders have have have have announced announced announced announced the the the the intention intention intention intention to to to to join join join join on on on on Sunday Sunday Sunday Sunday lawmakers lawmakers lawmakers lawmakers approval approval approval approval wasn't wasn't wasn't wasn't necessarily necessarily necessarily necessarily required required required required however however however however he he he he was was was was told told told told to to to to be be be be important important important important for for for for the the the the parliament parliament parliament parliament to to to to weigh weigh weigh weigh in in in in on on on on that that that that the the the the NATO NATO NATO NATO bid bid bid bid described described described described by by by by the the the the Finnish Finnish Finnish Finnish head head head head of of of of state state state state as as as as historic historic historic historic Finland's Finland's Finland's Finland's not not not not expected expected expected expected to to to to sign sign sign sign a a a a formal formal formal formal application application application application on on on on file file file file it it it it to to to to NATO NATO NATO NATO headquarters headquarters headquarters headquarters in in in in the the the the coming coming coming coming days days days days together together together together with with with with Nordic Nordic Nordic Nordic neighbour neighbour neighbour neighbour Sweden Sweden Sweden Sweden I'm I'm I'm I'm Charles Charles Charles Charles de de de de Ledesma Ledesma Ledesma Ledesma

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FM's arrive ahead of NATO meeting on Finland, Ukraine

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00:50 sec | 3 months ago

FM's arrive ahead of NATO meeting on Finland, Ukraine

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Kremlin warns of retaliation after Finland moves toward NATO

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00:40 sec | 3 months ago

Kremlin warns of retaliation after Finland moves toward NATO

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Police filter Brussels traffic to dilute trucker protests

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00:49 sec | 6 months ago

Police filter Brussels traffic to dilute trucker protests

"Sweden's recommending a fourth prove it nineteen vaccine does to people over AT on those living in nursing homes or getting home care Swedish authorities say a fourth of those in this age range strengthens the protection against severe disease adding it must be administered no earlier than four months after the previous shot for most of the pandemic Sweden has stood out among European nations for its comparatively hands off response to the coronavirus it never went into lockdown all close businesses largely relying instead on individual responsibility to control infections while cope with nineteen deaths were high compared with other Nordic countries they will lower the many other places in Europe that did implement lockdowns I'm Charles de Ledesma

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After Norway Election, Labor Leader Poised To Become New PM

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00:43 sec | 11 months ago

After Norway Election, Labor Leader Poised To Become New PM

"The leader of Norway's labor party is to stop talks in an attempt to build a coalition off to the center left bloc beat the incumbent conservatives and one Norway's general elections the votes counted the labor party and he's too left leaning allies the socialist left on the euro skeptic center party grabbed one hundred seats in the one hundred sixty nine seat assembly and seemed likely to put an end to eight years of rule by the conservatives the labor leader he's now starting talks to build a coalition Monday's result means the currently all five Nordic countries in Europe have left leaning governments I'm Charles de Ledesma

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"nordic  " Discussed on The Nordic Mum

The Nordic Mum

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"nordic " Discussed on The Nordic Mum

"It us quite family affair. And they have lots of local food and drink festivals. Celebrate solicitous going on as well so we haven't talked about yet phelan sweden no and denmark Slanted fields who are slightly different. So in iceland. Twenty third of june is name cold johnson. Mass of john baptists and in iceland. It's more superstitious rather than religious celebrations. Yeah the things that cows are able to speak and seals become human and humans might be able to speak to els but they do have some superstitions which may be finished related because they like to roll around naked in the morning to bring good fortune people still to practices and then to have a lot of food ah music festivals during this time in iceland. But it's not a holiday like this. In finland sweden and iceland is slightly different suppose iceland. It's cold verse will just run analyzing my mind why that could be but the people. There has come from other countries so they mixed believes the danes and the norwegians. Maybe something different but yeah but it's beautiful. Tom's year the visit any of the nordic countries whether it's finland iceland. It is one of the loveliest time two year when sanchez doesn't go down. Because that's what midsummer's about sun doesn't go down yu-gi-oh have fun all day round if you don't lose your batteries and go to sleep and then wake up again. He might still be sonesta. Sal hasn't gone down at all. And i have to say i remember taking my husband to finland first and he couldn't sleep like he had that the blinkers in his eyes. Let you get from the plane. And he was just. He thought he was crazy because he couldn't sleep. He was just really suffering and he was like. Oh my gosh we have a rollup la blah an everything down but you can still see the sun through. They're coming through. The room was completely dog and he was just like its two o'clock we came back from the nightcap. One o'clock on his like it's two o'clock on the sunday off like what's wrong. You really suffering you know. go to sleep. But then he to the we've we've over tied and then he gets to sleep and i remember going to a friend's cottage with him and drinking and having sown and seino enjoying you know talking what's happened in the previous six months since we've seen our friends and yeah it was one of those you know most memorable time of the year and still is so if you are midsummer in finland or sweden. Don't go there. It's just go go somewhere outside of the big cities because there's nobody in big cities because they've all gone to the countryside where you should be in this beautiful time of the year so there you go. That's my weird and wonderful magical celebrations of nordic midsummer and next week. Well i won't be back next week but a few weeks time. I will be having an episode for you about interesting stories as the lady who was living here youth and her childhood in uganda. So that's interesting. Part is coming but happy. Midsummer good midsummer wherever you are check out the nordic dot com resources and this episode show notes sign up from our weekly emails and another episode of the nordic month podcast and block when released. Thanks for listening..

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The Nordic Mum

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"nordic " Discussed on The Nordic Mum

"You have the maypole so this is a toll poll with to launch. Hoops and on top is decorated with flowers and and people task sororities israeli swedish original attrition. And it's not everywhere. In finland. I would say more to us to south finland under coasts. Where you probably have the midsummer maple. You also have the phoenix flag up in maso. Every house a- testify Poll for the finnish flock. You pull the feeney's flack up for the midsummer and then white cold meat. Someone's dances i remember going. The midsummer dances with my friends in one summer and it was nearby school that it was converted to a dance hall and was the old style. Elec- tango waltz card of dancing and it was just amazing experience. And i still remember wearing these very floral dress and being flow awards wallflower. Because i didn't know how to dance any of those songs. And then you do on midsummer's spell as well like hey who would want to know how your future husband is gonna look like just asking though and this is quite superstitious thing and this is not saas in finland and sweden as well that if you pick seventy different flowers in the midst of was night and put them underneath your pillow. You will dream of your future husband. And then there's another superstitions about reflection that when you go look Subdue on the whale when you go and look at well you stay down to the well and you look at your reflection. You will see your future husband appearing so there you go that's finland. So what about midsummer in sweden is different. Well yes and no. So in midsummer in in sweden usually takes place every year on the closest friday to the twenty third of june so some is always around friday to twenty third of june. It's in official holidays just like in finland and take the countryside for their meat. So mona so just like we stay..

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The Nordic Mum

05:15 min | 1 year ago

"nordic " Discussed on The Nordic Mum

"Now how we celebrate midsummer in the nordic countries. So let's start with finland. Because i'm the most familiar with the finland. I already talked about the bonfires so what tends to happen. Finland the month of july is a holiday when in the continental europe. It's usually august so usually people go to holiday starting from the last week the second last week of june unlisted teachers when they go holiday beginning of june and data's go back their backs and ahead to the countryside that there's some cottage by the lake or some peace and quiet in lapland the lake district. Wherever is data's go away from the towns and if you go to town in midsummer's eve or or midsummer's day it is so quiet and i've been there done that it was just like goes down. Nobody's there and this is a town of forty thousand people and there was like a one car driving pass by very surreal. So some foreigners. If you'd be in finland in town during midsummer you know what i'm talking about and i've had few friends commenting about. This wouldn't have gone to finland on cow a midsummer but there was nobody there. Well because beverley pack their bags and they go away from the country. A coke wave from the people and they go to the country. Sorry so sorry so fins they drive with the countryside so the gathered this summer cottages usually around order friends and family and you have lots of food lots of alcohol of course when finland. And you dance around you. You talk around you drink around. You have picnics. You have lots of nice food. Things like new potatoes salad with some deals on this different kind of fish. Diseases like pickled herring and Smoked salmon just my mouth watering here. When i'm thinking about this humid have pancakes making in the open fire. Which i just love doing that. And then you might have birch leaves. It's big like like young. Birch trees actually spy side of your front door. You might have this..

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The Nordic Mum

04:19 min | 1 year ago

"nordic " Discussed on The Nordic Mum

"Well hello it's hundred and sixteen episode of the nordic mom podcast now. I was not going to record another solo episode. I have few episodes interviews edited. And i want to play those but then i realized oh my gosh. It's going to be midsummer. And i had an episode that i have made about midsummer and i wanted to play it so so like okay. I need to get this one out before. It's too late hints. My episode is coming up with early just up you know. Confuse everybody a little bit. It's coming few days early. So just because midsummer's the twenty first in finland in twenty first of june two thousand and twenty one so this comfortably early but hey such is life and just let you know. I'm gonna have few weeks pregnant because it school holidays after this one and i just wanna hang out with my little humans and spend some mummy and me time with them. So don't expect to see an episode for next few weeks but midsummer meet saamna. We need to talk about midsummer my memories about midsummer finland growing up. There was to go to my grandmother's holiday well our call it holiday house but it's her house because by the lake and just staying there reading books fishing Good nice foods Strawberry cakes and just spending time and then getting older. It was going with my friends to do some cottage in electric in finland. Staying there and having your and just spending time barbecuing sausages and having lovely potato salads and swimming and sewn on all these nakedness that we finns are famous for. And just having this all time with surrounded by friends and this beautiful nature so those are my memories of midsummer but different countries and the knicks have a slightly different kind of celebrations of midsummer. But let's go first back above midsummer's of what it actually ease some soloist. So this is the pagan celebration. Which actually started way before the time with viking. So he didn't before that so vikings where superstitious than they used the brave bitter harvest from the viking gods freya and even bake instead they would carry certain rituals to ring with and they believe that getting to evil spirits. Just like Vikings versus doing this longest day after year they would like huge bonfires toward of the dark evil witches and forces and still why there's bonfires during midsummer in some of the countries and. Yeah i didn't know this about the bonfires. Maybe of learned in school. When i was little but i've forgotten what it meant so it was interesting when i was research for this episode. You come back with that fact now. Some solicit is also celebrating facility. If you think about. It is the longest day of the year. It's like the polar opposite side the short-staffed a year which is around christmas. And it's the long awaited celebration because it's long time since we had another celebration but hey some of the new new countries we have celebrations every week but is big celebrations. It was actually developed from john. The baptist and that celebration music around twenty four june and now celebrations are around. Twenty four of june and in some countries midsummer is fixed date. So it's not actually the actual day of summer solace. But it's a fixed date.

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The Nordic Mum

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"nordic " Discussed on The Nordic Mum

"Where did you see yourself where you are in next two years time. I you still riding your blog maybe doing interior design course at you just mentioned or have you moved on to something else. What do you think we well like to think that. I've got a bit more confidence. In the writing and confidence in what i'm saying the icon professionally offer uprise interiors on lifestyle and brand development and really tell the stories behind these things and give people the hell they need. Unsettled bear to just get out in into into the world. A little bit more experienced samal before it has to offer really those adventures in emigrant. Which is we've just got a whole list of the now that we've nobody else you anything breaking S s really pushing that forward and now see like everyone knew dream about working with salon to design their home. All right at balkh all things like that. These things you know vocal a bit of a pipe dream. You know baby steps in little by little button that go with the at sperm in the art room feeling braver in coburn out of the world. I think you should definitely do that. Interior design 'cause. I think you should write a book. Because i've fit. It would be amazing just looking at your instagram handle. Thank king can't always ablation always calming located in the morning lots. That is so suiting picture. We'll thank you is usually ponderosa neom behind the scenes. Thank you very much. Well eighteen obsessive leisure nicola to talk with you and fantastic solitude. Lost all things new. I could be here. I was an end. But i know it's early there and it's late here so thank you. Thank you so much for me. I've been listening for asia. Thank you so much. Thank you check out the nordic mom dot com herta resources and this episode show notes. Sign up from our weekly emails and another echoed the nordic month podcast unblock when released. Thanks for listening..

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The Nordic Mum

04:40 min | 1 year ago

"nordic " Discussed on The Nordic Mum

"A new topic influenced designs coming out. But also there's lots of like talk. Walled why new countries are doing so well excluding sweden. Sorry my swedish friends even on the times of covid but it's like the whole thing is kind of. It's it's an attraction to people it's attraction. Do people go and explore it. Why they are doing so well why they why is new decline style and new dick living in such a thing to happen into interested about a think about is also like you're saying earlier about maive work my now thanks to the blog which always be amazed ungrateful plan. It is now taking me on a career path. Were i now help to spread that message whether it's suv writing for magazines. Are brown's importing feeling into words for them opera. Megan looking things went freelance to to have the opportunities to work with some amazing independent makers. The you know the in the uk but obviously an affinity with the -nology style in the way of life and what we do obviously publications. And you know whether that's pushing out you know what you should be looking at a bronze you should be looking at all the bigger picture stuff you know like you were saying about the stand -bility all the history of the of the design approach And also now. I'm also working with not browns. The english voiceover is something that i will always be grateful for and hope that the message of the feeling and the opportunity of what they sought of way of life brings is being now more than ever. And where is new dick notes going next like you already said about working with other publications or you're writing articles and blocks with other Nude influenced magazines etc. But where do you see yourself taking the law. All you're going to create your own products. Or what did you think well. I am concentrating rising. You know obviously putting up a little bit more being a bit braver Also we develop pin that writing style and one thing. I have promised himself now. Multiple back at school is just before lockdown. I enrolled interior design call nine. She'll never actually. I never got the chance to finish it because he was at home. So i have blinking my inbox every day. And so obviously then at least if people do ask me for help and advice which they do feel that i can do Convocation now a lead up to pay for vote. You know how it is so hopefully it can grow into that next step up said i never thought for minute when a the local that are able to to a passion into a profession and never did it was never about that Taken on a journey. That i never expected met some incredible people on hudson amazing experiences Hopefully as multiple all the time. Start to central. I can novelty how the mall and mix mix mix more into the buying team that the design you know pushing out those message the and telling those stories and i think with the block as well adult justice advice about the latest part of the spending east we tell us about the To interview some amazing. Pe poll people behind really well no nordic bronze to really understand what their inspirations were Whether going which is also been really interesting. The bay to started with this idea and this speeding needed to do so and and Where do you see yourself like. This is what i asked you like a lasting from all my guests..

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The Nordic Mum

04:43 min | 1 year ago

"nordic " Discussed on The Nordic Mum

"Will you know stay to time. But if you don't have the money and you just won't som- touches in your home your house spaces to living in to make it feel more nudity. What would you recommend that you should do yet from what i got any ground with the two. And if you've probably smoking basically use every birthday and christmas presents a you know could you give me some money to may be enrico nagin moghal. Something might not. You know so a for me. And i'm no qualified. Interior design of this is just you know may be passionate about homes on creating a space. That feels comfortable for you. And obviously i'm a real. Tradition likes when it comes to white and gray wall coloring book. i'll say i am louvain. The nordic kalisz gains Right now is she's talking about brave. Fora for a yellow seating. all how gay will i think he's testament to show. The british browns like foul ball for example upbringing out naughty range of colours things like not to show just how influential know nordic interiors released right now on the there is the real transition from the why and the gray into the pop of color on the not afraid of cola on back into knowledge interiors history been using lua for centuries it just no but the white walls but for me again my whole i prime more surveys. A white box lie if whites because for me. It's about the land nyc in the nordic countries. I look in the pool. We don't get a lot of sunshine. I'll be honest with you. The range book contain down today. And i too need the light fakes. And so the white walls then more op with natural elements whether if would for my coffee tables are changed and what supplants big house points key her a give me you know that that life vibrancy and bringing out saying that by also warmth really wave text and text you through fabrics are were objects and book again. The whole thing comes back to light. I hate curtains. That don't have curtains in my house. At this appliance that are run up to the soften Into much as possible and then on an evening than you know you've got to get ally team right and create layers of lights whether it's.

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The Nordic Mum

05:49 min | 1 year ago

"nordic " Discussed on The Nordic Mum

"But you know like hey infirm adventure under obviously brunson. Idols like tradition and menu a new for example. The do some amazing things said living in a period home the balance ryan that that it fits and home for me isn't just about height functions but it's also a feeling so for me you need pouring pieces in with a history like a wishbone chair for example that obviously was created probably around the same time as the property was bill. Feels that you're putting real routes into it that you you give an knocked one. Swallows put your also living in life. Know that what you're invested in will see through will stand the test of time if a timeless design on such quality. But you never going to buy buy anything like that for again Wait unim- best in better things than just the throwaway really. And i think again. That is something that the nordic lifestyle the mindset on the designed history is in is in people to pass things down generation generation being bested things. Longterm on again is this should the field but in the uk. We don't quite get right. And so i said it's not just about for me. It's not just about writing a blog every week trying to push out on obtainable things a design kitchen here on expensive soul. The is about understanding what works. Va that it will last year and the it will it will bring your everyday to life in a way that you know that you would normally get if you just impulse parts on the really informed choices that bring magic to your everyday life at home. It's so interesting. What you say about the purest property gives we owned appeared in london before we moved to To sydney and our i we kept it so when we went back to. Oh my gosh three or four years ago. We sold it. But i went back. And it's like oh my gosh you know like you forget. It's appeared property but we try to make it very young and be.

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The Nordic Mum

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"nordic " Discussed on The Nordic Mum

"To get around for the prime on public transport on all those things. It's not just about the pretty things anymore. As about four way of life that really spies man and the cheese. While i think not so in paul. Two billion it's just to bring a little bit of that whole try live that way myself. Even though a miles away is something that. I'm trying to do every day and hope and courage of the city to and do you see yourself living in in any of the countries any point in future i would love to say the only thing that stopped me is my own family if you know what i mean like my per needs better but i'm a real home but i didn't even go and stay away from whom i stayed at home and traveled to university every day. Mine my words and my best friend so to leave them would find extremely difficult ball over lockdown three that we're on now in the k. We have been trying to teach ourselves from danish so when we go back we will hopefully have a bit more of a bit more real experience. I'm not saying it's going pretty well. But which i would all whole the you know we say as my muslim gets bigger and obviously our life's lives change and we get a bit old that hawks. They can spend more time all time. They're pretty cold. It we were. We were trying to get out the a three times a year anyway on now. I'm just working on my five year old. Try and get into study at university us and we have obviously with him but since fine so yeah. I'm trying to turn him into future. Architectural product design ever built. And have you been in. All the new countries already is some that you haven't visited yet pretty coach. We've obviously focused. I reply on the main cities. And you know. I think it's incredible to think that Five little players already spent time in helsinki in reykjavik also but when it comes obviously might denmark sweden and we have a couple of trips now with him where we started at various points in and driven across country instead component in various piles the big plum laci before he stopped. School wants to do a road trip. Basically from all slopes copenhagen book dot myself to way to think sample book as have pretty much covert everywhere. There's still a lot of place. He's on my wishlist. I need to get back to and to mav like the coast and countryside. Side things a thing lockdown by while i'm craving the bulletin and the excitement of visiting capitol city again. I'm also quite seeking some solace and some you know some retreat. So maybe i need to get account parental iceland and just you know going being the quiet for a few weeks show beaten off the beaten track asset. We would just itching to do so next lauren. Now he's been up to now. How does a new call ch defer that to inglis culture in your opinion..

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The Nordic Mum

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"nordic " Discussed on The Nordic Mum

"And coffee coffee pong names. I'm already getting to denali styles when it was first wedding anniversary. We went to copenhagen. I'm not was that. Twenty fourteen. At that. Point it just clicks and the paul manas not really being anywhere outside the country on holiday folk thing now After those teams came back so inspiring it on line. Nine to five lined lost always creativity on those. This person still inside the wanted to be out with a camera and make an celebrate. You know great design and often talkable worm on wanting to share all these things so that was a sick listening going on about these things. You don't bother you might to blue on iraqi down out. so in. Twenty seventeen block was blown and now instead of likely twenty years ago using my camera to take a sketch booker. You obviously have instagram. And now bring things to life on on pay per ralph than on canvas so a blog is brought that for strategy creative person back for life and gave him a totally different life than hours of recy- carry on doing throughout my career and sell. I will always be thankful for that and financing personality of its own and thought belief the opportunities. It's given me now. I can hear the passion and the love for all things leak and you touched upon that. You visited copenhagen and early before we started recording. we're talking about helen russell and her book living danish lee. Which is said was a big quake for you. So what is it about the new way of living the design. What why why are you so attracted to it. Obviously you know like any place you go to a holiday you you got a magic him as as those something not just about you know going shopping office in agoura helping coffee. Some were partially evening. This is this is the life for me. Something about and the nordic countries that for me is beyond all of that it's the it's the attitude salons scape. It's it's the whole feeling that it gave it gives you when you the this thing within it. Some magical something understanding something. That's really personable that really resonates with me and obviously at first we dig ghost harmless and i think when he then stop traveling as a family with a baby and then obviously he's monitoring boys five. Now we've taken him all nordic trip cincy moose just a couple months old on you then obviously saying these planets in very different ways you no longer stay in in beauty. Kotel y'all renton. Ob apartment for example and he then soft for more real life. Fun tiffany because when you're traveling with small children you need to know where you can go by nephews from unique to go eating onto the playground. Now now he's five. I need to know what to get. Really competes from so it becomes more real life speaking. I could probably write a full Blog post about the best pizza in country. Siri honest bull us had Savings not with him and to see first-hand tino even down to the facilities that provide for children and how easy.

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"nordic  " Discussed on The Nordic Mum

The Nordic Mum

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"nordic " Discussed on The Nordic Mum

"Talking about slow living. Do you wanna get started waste. What's i leaving mane's to you. Yes so coming from the nordic countries. I always make a point that we actually live very much slowly moving in in finland and all the countries and i think to me slow living is understanding business and watch what is causing the business for you and understand say no things that are not necessary or required and slowly is not just about an. I think the slow living. The slow life is started in italy about the cooking. The slow cooked meals and slow food. Yeah it's it's not just about food but it's just kind of a lifestyle choice that you opt out to stay away phone perhaps for someone it is digital devices and saying no the business and might even be more like herbie type of a lifestyle where you are in a country in a bush the farm living out of the great which is kind of like the extreme definition of of slow living slow life and is about being more present and creating spacing life of those things that matters like family and friends and yes having those slow meals with your family and sharing this really. It gets like the danish would say cozy moment. That's the kind of long winded answer would would for me slow living near. Yeah i totally agree with you that it's not it's not a it's not an easy thing to really define in one simple short thing because it goes against so much of what our culture is maybe not the not coach but definitely the the western culture of this idea that is a goal but we should be working towards should hustle for do whatever get to a point of bone out and i think that it's completely slightly being conveyed the opposite of what feels good for me. What am i values. How do i wanna live my life like an asking the question. Why i'm working towards that goal. Is it because i wanted to or is it. Because that's just what everybody else is. Doing what society is telling me to

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What is Slow Living?

The Nordic Mum

02:03 min | 1 year ago

What is Slow Living?

"Talking about slow living. Do you wanna get started waste. What's i leaving mane's to you. Yes so coming from the nordic countries. I always make a point that we actually live very much slowly moving in in finland and all the countries and i think to me slow living is understanding business and watch what is causing the business for you and understand say no things that are not necessary or required and slowly is not just about an. I think the slow living. The slow life is started in italy about the cooking. The slow cooked meals and slow food. Yeah it's it's not just about food but it's just kind of a lifestyle choice that you opt out to stay away phone perhaps for someone it is digital devices and saying no the business and might even be more like herbie type of a lifestyle where you are in a country in a bush the farm living out of the great which is kind of like the extreme definition of of slow living slow life and is about being more present and creating spacing life of those things that matters like family and friends and yes having those slow meals with your family and sharing this really. It gets like the danish would say cozy moment. That's the kind of long winded answer would would for me slow living near. Yeah i totally agree with you that it's not it's not a it's not an easy thing to really define in one simple short thing because it goes against so much of what our culture is maybe not the not coach but definitely the the western culture of this idea that is a goal but we should be working towards should hustle for do whatever get to a point of bone out and i think that it's completely slightly being conveyed the opposite of what feels good for me. What am i values. How do i wanna live my life like an asking the question. Why i'm working towards that goal. Is it because i wanted to or is it. Because that's just what everybody else is. Doing what society is telling me to

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NIO Officially Launches Chinese EV Brand In Europe

EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

02:28 min | 1 year ago

NIO Officially Launches Chinese EV Brand In Europe

"Had the news this morning. That neo is officially entering europe. The s eight will go on sale. Inouye from this summer goes on sale in july. He goes to the neo homepage. It's a beautiful set of shots of some nordic fjords and sunsets and things. I might rip these often have is my screensaver. Introduced calming looking at these photos of norwegian hills. How lovely but let's get into the details of what's happening then with neo and there was a presentation streamed earlier today on youtube. It was a prerecorded when it wasn't live streamed live but it was very polished and clinton a live event. But who cares right because we got to find out all about nieto's plans to sell at least two models to begin within europe and they've got global ambitions so we heard about their plans to be in some key areas i bergen stavanger trondheim and kristiansand in terms of having a physical presence. They're going to be in those main in areas but also they're going to have a range of service as well so they. They know that they have to support. Norwegian buyers of a brand isn't available at the moment They talked about charging they're going to build their own charging network. Their version of the tesla's supercharging. That work is being built in no way. And they're going to do some deals to allow access to other charges and they're going to bring battery swapping which is what they do in china and is very very popular to know why we'll wait and see if it's popular in norway because they know has those big open areas. It's largely a lot of space now in china where they do that battery swapping it's in very dense urban areas. Where perhaps you can't charge at home and we opportunity charging isn't as great as other areas and so norway way being an early av market and the world's number one av market remember what i was saying yesterday on the podcast over half of all new car. Sales electric over eighty percent have a plug socket. So there's a really good charging network in norway already and if anyone has watched A new videos will know that he's always like well. I could stop pay rocket. Five minutes on the mustapa. Five minutes on the stop and he like just jealous of your infrastructure however they are bringing battery swapping and that's interesting they have the next generation of battery swapping stations which has gone live in china or is literally about to go live in china the be made for norway as

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How to Be Sad in a Healthy Way with Helen Russell

The Nordic Mum

06:40 min | 1 year ago

How to Be Sad in a Healthy Way with Helen Russell

"Tell me about this new book of yours and a podcast. Because i was looking at it. This is slightly different because we'll slotting or maybe not so how to be sad. Yes so i so. I've been now researching into happiness for the last eight years and reedy will be academic literature and speaking to as many experts. Get my hands on and really following the growing movement in in. I guess i don't wanna quite use the attempt self-help but this idea of of what we can do. And how we can observe our in culture of cultures around the world to try to give us the best chance of of keeping mental health intact and Keeping ourselves feeling upbeat on a daily basis. But actually the more it was simplified perhaps for sound bites off line or the more The the the rest of the world decision economic climate was was not perhaps doing any of us any favors The movie becomes clung onto this idea of happiness. That in the last few years. When i have talked around the world when i've done interviews with people and i collected my own research as well as reading the research of others. It seemed to me that there was so much anxiousness about not being happy. The procedure happiness to become all encompassing. And actually people will quite phobic of being sad and this seems like a problem because of course we can't be happy all the time We can put structural things in place. We can lifestyle things in place to try to shore up our chances and to try to look after ourselves but no one is happy all the time. Sadness is a normal part of life. I felt more. If we try and deny sadness we do ourselves huge home and sadness actually can also bring some benefits so that that really set me to thinking. I think researching the atmosphere happiness. My my last book you mention Looking different cultural purchase. I realized this in the us and the uk a especially there is a real reluctance to to do. Saddest studies. show that but americans are kind of out lies in that design not to be sad unto to choose happiness and to to be happy to put on this kind of jazz hunts front which as we certainly seen in the last year if not the last forty five years life through some huge challenges Away and You know the state of the world. Even there is much to be sad about the things to be angry about and that has to be okay to we have to be in touch with those emotions too so i wanted to really explore that from a cultural perspective from a historical perspective And speaking to you near scientists and psychologists geneticists and and really trying to understand the processes that are going on and the noble phases that we go into when we tried to deny us address and then what to do about them and how to be sad in a healthy positive way so that was my goal. Yes the knee. I was really intrigued. When i was reading a book. About the difference of cultures and things like portugal and brazil and bhutan. Where you know sadness and crying and you know. Death is celebrated its part of the normal circle of life. Then perhaps where i come from in finland we are very stone faced and we don't cry outside of the family circles and some does not at all even front of our parents or parents. Don't cry front of the children. It's very much these macho kind of culture. So what can we learn from these other cultures. What can we put in place in our cultures in our societies to help us to deal with sadness and it be normal circle of life. Yeah i think it is. That is that normalizing. It is talking about it. It's it's showing children that it's okay to be sad and that they will be sad sometimes and not trying to minimize that so certainly when i was growing up in uk. Those idea that if you're crying you're told it's okay. Don't cry at so easy for them out to cry but actually we'll probably charges crying for a reason and that reason may not be the same as it would if it was an adult but to deny a child's feelings doesn't set a great template for somebody being emotionally intelligent in later life and being in touch with their emotions so it starting at a really early age letting children know that their feelings are okay and they are legitimate and how to handle them really I think parents can can model to kids. And and anyone who's spent time with children comodal that And then it is yeah. It's i spoke to a A few psychology said things like that they will recommend if you see a dead animal for example. You see roadkill even you. You don't try and hide it from your children. You sort of say. Oh that's uh sad. Isn't it look fox has been over or whatever And it's just being june two to the sadness that's that we feel and then once we adults if we didn't have that growing up then it's learning to kind of regulate our own emotions in doing it belatedly which is harder but it is possible by allowing time for ourselves and really sitting without sadness rather than trying to rush and lives with business and activities and scheduling things that defer the sadness. Because it's not going to go away but they differ it and this year i think has shown for many of us as the world has slowed down and we haven't been able to travel many of us That people people have really kind of had to come to terms of things that perhaps they have pushed away for for many years and that's hugely challenging. You used to doing that so there are things that you can do to help. Of course things like Getting exercise we know that that's good for positive mental health and bodies but are not doing. It is is bad for us so more than in terms of just exercise it if if people who feeling generally okay are sedentary between three and seven days we will start to develop low mood that some fascinating research about this. It's it's the meat was about trying to stop normal sadness from becoming a two. And b tipping over into something more serious and i'm very keen to differentiate of course between normal sadness that we all experience depression and i've been now with both of them and they are not the same thing but there is there is evidence to suggest that we can start normal fatness into something more serious by allowing for it and handling it in a mall helpful way.

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EU regulator reviews AstraZeneca shot and blood clot links

POLITICO Dispatch?

04:44 min | 1 year ago

EU regulator reviews AstraZeneca shot and blood clot links

"Up the astra zeneca ccp virus vaccines. They're investigating the doses as a precaution. After one person died. Another was sickened following inoculation. Basically austria suspended a batch of astrazeneca vaccines after some reports of some unusual blood clotting events and then a few days later we saw denmark. Basically say we're gonna stop vaccinating with astrazeneca completely Toya melanoma some other. Nordic countries made similar announcements and over the following week saw more and more european union countries said. Oh yeah actually. Let's just hit pause. The authorities in the republic of ireland have recommended temporarily suspending. The use of the astra zeneca vaccine. One investigations are carried out into four new reports of blood closing in patients who received the job in norway. Well then on. Monday saw kind of the big powerful you. Countries france germany italy spain also that they were gonna pause vaccination update on some breaking news and france germany and we have now joined the eu countries to suspend the rollout of the oxford astrazeneca covid vaccine and meanwhile it's important to say that regulators weather we're talking about the european medicines agency or the world health organization. They've said look so far. We haven't seen any evidence that these blood clotting events are caused by the vaccine. Just because you get a vaccine doesn't mean that you're protected from every other normal thing that can go wrong. The latest data from the european medicines agency shows that out of five million astra zeneca vaccinations given across the continent. That have been thirty. Reports of people suffering a blood clot soon afterwards but in a population of that size you would expect five thousand people a year to develop blood clots even without vaccination obviously cardiovascular. Problems are are pretty common and the argument from astra zeneca is that. Hey look actually. These aren't happening anymore than than we would predict to happen. And kind of normal circumstances in the general population. And you're also not seeing more issues with these vaccines than with other virus vaccine. So why are you picking on us So like let's say Instead of vaccines we were. We were talking about sports drinks here. it's sort of like a situation where some people who buy gatorade happen to get in car accidents and then everybody decides. You shouldn't buy gatorade because you're gonna get it in a car accident but at the same time like people who get other sports drinks are also still getting in car accidents. So potentially and and probably. That's what happened. But the and other regulators around the world including the world health organization are really looking at this closely and trying to figure out what's going on and the reality is that there have been instances where vaccines do cause problems in a very rare number of cases. But the other thing. Is you know this could also be caused by the coronavirus itself and the argument that many are making including at the who and at the european medicines agency is corona. Virus is a serious deadly disease. So if you're thinking about risk versus benefit which is the way a lot of drug regulators. Think it's still worth the risk that maybe a tiny number of people will have these blood clots in exchange for the benefit of of so many more people being protected from an even more dangerous. It's fascinating so you have. What could be a small risk. Might not even be a risk associated with vaccine but you still have this huge domino effect of of countries. Pausing the shots. I mean at this point. It sounds like almost most of europe isn't giving astrazeneca at this point. Yeah it's at least seventeen at this point. And that's out of twenty seven countries and perhaps even more importantly that includes some of the biggest most powerful countries ones that have their own regulatory system so a lot of the smaller. Eu countries really rely on the european medicines agency where as countries like france and germany. Kind of have the power to make their own decisions. But we've at the same time we also saw spanish official. The spanish health minister say that spain actually has not even seen very many of these cases at all but sort of because they saw these other countries doing it. They felt pressure to as a precaution. You hear the word precaution a lot. They felt pressure as precaution to hit. Pause wow it just seems

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Are You Getting The Most Out Of Infosec Conferences

Cyber Security Sauna

05:33 min | 1 year ago

Are You Getting The Most Out Of Infosec Conferences

"Hi everyone and welcome to the cyber-security sonal. Thanks for joining us for another session. Where we sit out the hot topics insecurity welcome to all our listeners and be sure to follow us on twitter at hashtag. Cyber zone info conferences give cybersecurity professionals a chance to network here. The latest research exchange ideas and demo hacks and new tools but with so many conferences decide which wants to attend ho. Can you get the most out of your experience. Are they worth your time and money. What's it like to be a percenter or even an organizer today. We're speaking to f secure and founder of the t two infosec conference and nordheim mark head of coms for the nordic security event disobey and vice-chairwoman for health check association. Can you share with us. A little bit about your background and your involvement with infosec conferences in the background is on demos. San non freaking seen So naturally when. I when the first infosec conference he's came to be. I was really really curious. But the problem was that most of them were held in us So eagerly waiting for the european scene to wake up and when the first black hat came to europe. It was too damn most probably your two thousand or so. I booked my tickets there on being the fee niamh of first thing. I landed that the hotel. I went to the hotel bar and saw some guys there by t shirts on and when to the table and ask them so is it. Okay if i join you guys. And they're really. Yeah yeah yeah sure. Sure on four o'clock in the morning There was a guy called thor Of hammer of god. He asked me that. You're going to be talking about tomorrow and tandy and they were like okay cool and then because i was caught a part of the crew by now They invited me to all these cool. Invite only conferences like ph neutral. That was taking place in berlin and so on. And that's basically how i got involved. I'm like a person who pick and choose this. I'm not the one goes to the physical conferences. 'cause i what i would like to just know the topic and like ask around for my peers is something that you would recommend to listen or watch or whatever Because i'm not the kind of person who wants to attend to these these misleading conferences and all is these sales pitches. That's not ideal from. Am so yeah. I'm kind of picky. So therefore i i'm more and more no turning into surfing around the web and trying to ask from pierce what they would recommend me to attend like virtually roy do you do you go to physical events like at all. Yes i did. You know pre crow. Not yeah the disobey being kind of like the main event for me. It's near live in helsinki. That's kind of one that i've been like recently participated in so speaking of the recommendations like sometimes these events on conference get like glowing reviews Sometimes you just hear that they are like you said a waste of time. So what in. Your opinion makes good conference. I think the people who know their area of expertise. They're passionate about showcasing their findings so whatever and really like giving the practical examples of how they do it. That's interesting and inspiring obviously have pretty strong opinions about this one. The reason why. I founded t to was that i sold the difference between commercial offerings. An invite only events in a if you would go to places like si- mantech conference or something like that you see. These horrible sales pitches that would actually provide us zero value. And you would really learn anything besides maybe using a tool or two and then on the invite only events. You could see that. Yeah i i was playing this game called second life and then i used that port scan the internet and so on so that the discrepancy or the difference between these two it was. It was just huge. And i won't eat to have something like that. So i had some pretty strong ideals or opinions How a good security conference would look like first of all i think. Independence is a key thing here. So no sponsor can impact or affect the agenda no product picci's on each jenner represent theories on their estate on the stage because of their skills and and This is not true for majority of the conference is for of majority of the conferences. You buy this platinum sponsorship baggage or something You get a keynote. And is it's basically we have reach reached some ridiculous Papering points for this one because you go to. Rsa kino's is worth something like five hundred thousand eurostar. Something ridiculous so. I don't think that really serves the audience too. Well transparency i. that's the key ingredient. That's well so be honest how y'all don't sell your delegate packages to outsiders and so on that this is a common thing that i learned early two thousand and three or so that it's common practice that if you attend any type of event those delegates lists got sold

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Surstromming: The World's Smelliest Food

Everything Everywhere Daily

07:00 min | 1 year ago

Surstromming: The World's Smelliest Food

"There are many foods that are considered an acquired taste foods that might not be palatable the first time you try it or something that just doesn't sit right with most people. It could be something as simple as blue cheese or something like the filipino delicacy balut which is a boiled fertilized egg with the embryos still inside sweden has its own acquired tastes delicacy which has spawned hundreds of reaction videos and caused it to be banned by airlines. Learn more about sir strumming. The world smelly food on this episode of everything everywhere. Daily this episode is sponsored by audible dot com. My audiobook recommendation. Today is the almost nearly perfect people. Behind the myth of the scandinavian utopia by michael booth journalists. Michael booth has lived among the scandinavians for more than ten years and he has grown increasingly frustrated with the roast into view of this part of the world offered up by the western media in this timely audiobook. He leaves his adoptive home of denmark and embarks on a journey through all five of the nordic countries to discover who these curious tribes are the secrets of their success and most intriguing of all what they think of each other. Why are the dane. So happy despite having the highest taxes to the finns really have the best education system. Are the icelanders as fareless. They sometimes appear how the norwegian spending their fantastic oil wealth and. Why do all of them hate the swedes. you can get a free one-month trial to audible in two free audiobooks by going to audible trial dot com slash everything everywhere or by clicking on the link in the show notes the word sir strumming in swedish literally means sour fish and that is probably an understatement. More specifically sir strumming is canned fermented herring that in and of itself doesn't sound that bad. There are many fermented foods that we eat and we have no problem with them. Yogurt sauerkraut and kimchi are all fermented foods. And no-one freaks out at the idea of eating them from inflation is an ancient form of food preparation by the breakdown. Food via microorganisms like bacteria and yeast all well and good cover. There's another process of breakdown of food via micro organisms in that is called rotting serse roaming toes the line between fermentation and rotting the history of sir strumming goes back to at least the sixteenth century when we can find the first written mention of the food however the food might be very well older than that as from. It is a pretty old process. The legend of sir strumming holds that it was accidentally created by fishermen who didn't have enough salt to preserve their catch. They use less salt than normal and sold their fish to some locals and finland salt is used to inhibit microbial growth and to stop the fish from rotting. When the fishermen returned they thought the locals would be mad at them for selling them fish. That rotted instead. They love the product and wanted more of it. The fishermen tried the fish themselves and thus stroming was born today sir. Strumming is prepared. In purchasing a can while in the can the fermentation process continues fermentation results in the release of gases which means at the can will often be bulging due to high pressure inside the can the fermentation of the fish in the can result in the single most unique quality of sir strumming the smell in two thousand and two japanese study found it to be the worst smelling food in the world. The smell is so bad that it has become legendary. it's been described as rotten eggs. A dead body a dirty diaper and raw sewage but the truth is there are so few things you can really compare it to because nothing else smells quite so bad. The smell is what's made the product famous. And if it weren't for the smell it would be about as controversial as pickled herring children in sweden have been known to open a can of sir stroming school so they could get out of class. Airlines will not allow people to carry sir strumming on flights because of the high pressure in the can in the low pressure in the cabin the higher pressure differential can result in some cans rupturing spewing the smelly liquid onto the plane and. It isn't as if you can leave a plane while it's flying or open a window most famously in one thousand nine hundred one a landlord. Germany evicted attendant because they spilled a can of sir strumming in the building stairwell german laws. Make it very hard to evict people. When the eviction came to trial the landlords defense consisted of opening up a can in the courtroom. The judge have experienced the overwhelming odor ruled in favor of the landlord. If you search for sir strumming online you'll find dozens and dozens of reaction videos of people opening up the cans and trying to eat the contents. The videos mainly consists of gigging wrenching and sometimes vomiting the problem. According to the sir strumming experts is that they're eating at wrong for starters. You never want to open a canister stroming indoors for reasons which i think of established by now. Ideally you want to open the can when submerged in water that will prevent the liquid inside from spraying all over the place when it's opened alternatively you could open it while it's enclosed in a plastic bag once the liquid has been drain. You don't eat it straight from the can the herring which is put in the can. Hasn't been gutted or deboned. You need to do that. I then the traditional way of meaning it is with a swedish flat bread called tune broad along with potatoes onions and sour cream. It's usually eaten as sort of small sandwich. I've actually had the experience of trying some sir strumming and it really doesn't taste as bad as it smells ranted given that it's the worst smelling food in the world. That's a pretty low bar but it isn't bad so long as it prepared properly if you really want the full sir strumming experience. I'd have to suggest you visit the island of von in sweden's high coast. It is a center of herring fishing and it's considered. The mecca for strumming. August is considered the best season enforcers strumming. Because it's in the middle of the summer. It's also one of the best times to visit ov- on regardless the main day for eating it is the third thursday of august also known as sir strumming day. Which is the day which by royal decree you used to be able to start selling strumming. If you're there you might be able to meet ruben. Matteson who is the self proclaimed king of sir strumming. He was the person who actually served me my first serve strumming one. Is it von back in two thousand fourteen. He was involved in opening a twenty five year old. Ken of sir strumming which was found in an abandoned cabin in norway. Having been outside for a quarter century the can was quite rusted. And due to twenty five years of fermentation it was bulging a lot. The contents of the container were mostly liquid. What solid material. That did come out. Didn't really look anything. Like fish. ruben. Madsen of course aided anyhow

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Eric Wall: Arcane Assets, The Future of Digital Investments

Epicenter

04:35 min | 1 year ago

Eric Wall: Arcane Assets, The Future of Digital Investments

"Young now the ceo cio at an event named arcane acids. So that's obviously get change coming from the from the permission blockchain space. So i know that for regulatory reasons. You can't tell us everything about this fund but can you tell us a bit. Yes sure. And i suppose it sounds like eh a gear change but from my perspective. It was a something that i have been doing from the moment that i got started. In the cryptocurrency industry was like i was standing on a personal level where i was managing my own cryptocurrency portfolio and. I was doing that starting with bitcoin from two thousand twelve and kept doing doing that in two thousand fourteen. Two thousand fifteen and two thousand seventeen when sort of the mainstream got attracted to the cryptocurrency industry. And they start to talk about okay. We want exposure to cryptocurrencies. But i've heard that the bitcoin is not the scalable or that it's consuming as much electricity s the small country shouldn't have some of these other cryptocurrency assets and then i found myself in the position of advising them and trying to correct the misconceptions that they had and if they wanted some old con exposure. You know. I can facilitate bats. But i want to make sure that we subtract nine thousand nine hundred ninety nine percent of everything. That's just pure bullshit out there. And even i think sometimes as it would even be better decision to have short positions on on some of those all coins that is that can be profitable strategy if you want to maximize your bitcoin holding. So i i. I had all these requests and i started actually in two thousand seventeen as a side project while still working at over to launch a fund together with two other financial professionals in sweden so when the nasdaq acquisition and i quit nasdaq then. I sat down. And i wrote a list of all the different opportunities that i could join and participate in the cryptocurrency market and running managing a fund was on that list and then i just eliminated all the different options on that list until i was only left with one or two and then i chose to go down this route because this genuinely if i could imagine one dream job one thing that i can imagine myself waking up and completely being love with what i do then managing cryptocurrency fund is the thing that gets me closest to the things that i'm passionate about and for those who know me and follow me on twitter at one of the main things that i am passionate about debunking coins reading white papers finding flaws so by running a fund. I can put that interest of mine too fulltime. Use so that i can just detect. What are the things that we should avoid. In the crypto currency fund should be avoiding and there was a norwegian company that had recently launched its called arcane. It's about to become a publicly listed company it's it will be the second the The second company in the nordics is this publicly listed cryptocurrency company and they were very happy to embrace my ambitions at the firm and facilitate so that basically all i have to do is decide on portfolio construction and all the other aspects when it comes to building up the partnerships with the custodians changes and the complying with regulation all that would be taken care of by arcane and i will only managed to fund. So that's sort of the ideal relationship between me and the cane company and we started to find in in april and i have been managing it since so far. I'm very very happy with with that job. And what it's been like especially in this type of environment which we have been which has been extremely exciting and interesting but sadly i cannot talk about what the strategy of the fund ace and other metrics about the phone because we'd have to abide by may two regulations and they are extremely extremely harsh when it comes to talking and marketing cryptocurrency retail investor. So i cannot say that much more about that unfortunately.

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3rd body found after landslide in Norway; 7 still missing

Wealth Creator Radio

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

3rd body found after landslide in Norway; 7 still missing

"Rescue teams searching for survivors. Four days after a landslide carried away homes and a Norwegian village found no signs of life yesterday amid the ruins and debris three bodies have been recovered with searchers are still looking for seven more people believed to be missing. A landslide in the village of Ask is the worst in modern Norwegian history. It shocked citizens of the Nordic

Manchester City edge game of fine margins against Southampton

Men In Blazers

01:46 min | 1 year ago

Manchester City edge game of fine margins against Southampton

"Nil manchester city one city hold saffir simpson at arm's length. After an early combination as old as time itself razz google katy b assist a pragmatic performance from pep side. In this one as they keep their fourth clean she is games city defense starting to solidify roach their eight one point behind seventh-place southampton they do have a game in hand hard-fought victory ground down in an unusual way for pat with grit and organizational discipline case barua confidence southampton new press the moved and buccaneer a has an urgent style rotary impressive in the battle to control at midfield and was through the core that katy charged to break the southampton press the sixteenth minute and filling that trae pullback fund bernardo silver for the finish which was like a blast of city pass but a rare blast because this was victory built on defense the s and a play. You might have heard of johnstone's who's doing a second or third comanche. Bloody good thirteen that. Been brittle the back david. While no one was watching they've conceded the fewest goals kept the most clean sheets in the premier league. But in attack with gregg and usurper nordic torres scuffing chances at the whistle they would just flinging the ball around led the western michigan broncos kick return team unable to similar to oh city becoming defensive style fit they. This is a different city this season but they seem well prepared to plan the battle royale game in hand. If they win that game in hand they would be sitting up in third. I think we're gonna learn a lot about this team over the holiday period. They're playing some property teams. I think they're playing everton playing chelsea. They've they've they're going to be interesting match shops and i think we're going to learn a lot more about them.

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PM: Sweden's health officials misjudged new infection wave

The Journal.

06:10 min | 1 year ago

PM: Sweden's health officials misjudged new infection wave

"Though sweden's covid cases dropped drastically over the summer the country head still become somewhat of an international pariah some of its closest allies the other nordic countries turn their backs on the swedish experiment. This swedes didn't think it was necessary to have strict border. Controls and the. Swedes didn't think it was necessary to institute lockdown and that basically forced all the other governments of their neighbors to close borders with sweden it went to the extend that norway actually deployed the army to the borders with sweden which is really unprepared to deploy the army to help guard the borders to prevent plumbers stein crossings. And that's pretty astonishing for that part of the world. I mean one official in finland told me that they don't see sweden as a black sheep but they think of sweden as a different sheep. You know in this a polite way of saying they are. They are no really doing what we think needs to be done. When did swedish officials realized that they weren't doing what needed to be done. Tober numbers started going up again in sweden especially in stockholm and i think by november. They had a pretty pretty steep rise in infections. In hospitals started filling up again and the more started swelling. I spoke to the head of the stockholm hospitals for my article and he was very very worried. He you know. Swedes are pretty low. Key in the use of active but he said it was a very very serious situation. He said that hospitals were filling up. He said that people were dying. At an increasing rate. And he said that the growth was still at a level which was not really sustainable. The streets of sweden's capital or quiet. A second wave of covert is sweeping through stockholm. It didn't escape as authorities predicted. It would so in november. The swedish government changed course implementing restrictions. The rest of europe has had in place for months in a rare televised speech. Prime minister stephan lovin addressed. The people of sweden say on auto would some he basically said uh little. We got this. Summer and autumn is truly over people's health and lives are still endanger the dangerous increasing then the prefix undersold moreno hurston evac ed november man. This'll hell sodhi if food fall on the fodder forum burqa. He asked people to stay at home. He asked people to not engage in interactions. If there are necessary in order to reduce the spread of the virus and he served painted a very very bleak picture of the reality of swin new job. You dad two summers. I what they now have is a ban on all gatherings of eighth people in public. Which essentially meant that cinemas theatres and other such venues had to close down. Many of them did and they also banned sales of alcohol after ten o'clock so that means bars. We'll have to close around ten o'clock. What has dr technol- and the health said about these measures. Well that's interesting. you see. The measures the restrictive measures at the end of november were announced by the government not by the healthcare agency and when you go on their website and when you read their guidelines they explain outline the guidelines and then they say it was political bodies that made these decisions so i think there is a sense. That healthcare agency has been Overridden by the politician's a little bit because that restriction to ban gatherings of over eight people was not something they proposed initially but swedish health officials are still going against scientific consensus in another way. They're actively discouraging. The use of masks in public spaces homes. Nobody wears a mask except for individuals. Who want to to this very day. The public health agency and dr technol- chief epidemiologist are advising against wearing masks. Their rationale is if you wear a mask. You may not stick the social distancing rules and that's dangerous because the mosque not protect you. And the social distancing will so it's better to keep your distance you stay away from a person in a public space rather than you wear masks and you come close to them. What do all of these new measures mean for the swedish economy. The overall swedish economy is not doing great this year like everyone else. I mean the estimates of the central bank are that by early next year. Unemployment will go up to ten percent. That's quite a lot for sweden. So you know. The swedish economy is not doing well by any measure and certainly not doing better than comparable countries that did have lockdowns especially not in the neighborhood. If you look at norway finland and denmark. They are not doing worse than sweden. Why do you think the swedish experiment failed. And what do you think it says about balancing personal freedoms with health it's important to preserve freedom and keep the economy going. But you have to have a plan. You have to have targeted measures. Then you have to keep a handle on the virus and think. Sweden failed to do that. Sweden failed to institute the initial serve circuit breaker lockdown in the beginning then twin failed to really improve. Its contact tracing in testing systems. And they didn't really device targeted measures. That would be able to keep this disease in check. And ultimately there is no actual zero-some game in terms of either you be virus or be economy. I think when you let the virus run amok economy will crash. There is no example whatsoever that i can think of and i've been reporting about this for ten months now over country that let the virus loose and savings economy. That just didn't happen anywhere in the world.

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A Man of Wealth of Taste

Unexplained

04:34 min | 1 year ago

A Man of Wealth of Taste

"The quest for immortality the urge to escape the inevitability of death has long been a preoccupation for us as evidenced by the ancient sumerian poem the epic of gilgamesh the oldest example of written literature known today in the poem written sometime around eighteen hundred bc in mesopotamia. The titular gilgamesh part hero part. Arrogant demi-god undertakes nordic Mission to find the secret to immortality ought to being confronted by the inevitability of his own death though we might not be demigods like gilgamesh his desperate refusal to accept the inevitability of his fate is a deeply human one and something that many of us can sympathize with whether we elect to place our hopes in the promises of religious teachers or in the invention and imagination of our leading bio gerontologist those that studied the mechanics of aging throughout many of us. Who haven't contemplated the possibility of existing forever in one form or another however although some of those may want for it being mortal israeli portrayed as something desirable and at the very least. There's something that can only be achieved at a great cost from the burdens of connor macleod in his pursuit to become the only remaining highlander to the pitiful efforts of melmeth the wanderer to convince another soul to take on his pact with the devil in return for another one hundred fifty years of life. In fact we take great pains to dissuade ourselves from wanting it. Perhaps this is simply to provide some comfort in the face of such a futile desire. But it doesn't stop us trying back in october this year. A team led by tel aviv. University professor shy f ratty published the results of an extraordinary study in the journal aging study to determine the effect of pure oxygen on the aging process involved placing thirty five adults over the age of sixty four in a hyperbaric chamber and giving them pure oxygen for ninety minutes a day five days a week over the course of three months through this process of frats team found they were able to successfully limit the build-up of senescent cells in the body cells. The today's to the point where they can no longer replicate leaving the body. Susceptible to many age related diseases incredibly not only to this delay the aging process but actually reversed it. Aubrey de grey. One of the best known by. Oh gerontologist has long insisted that medical technology will one day allow us to control the aging process. Even making the stunning claim this back. Two thousand and eight that the first person who lives to one thousand years old is already alive today through some however who'd say that this person isn't just a live right now but they've already lived to be a thousand years old. You're listening to unexplained. And i'm richard mclean smith. It was sometime in the seventeen. Seventies that counted adema marie-antoinette's personal attendant. I met him for her. It was his is most stood out. They were like nothing. She never seen before his teeth to were immaculate and all the more noticeable for being framed by such a thick head of luxury jet black hair and his clothes were simple they were nonetheless made from the finest materials decorated with the most exquisite jewellery. It wasn't a period. She assumed would be accompanied by a certain steely if not arrogant countenance however when she finally plucked up courage to approach one afternoon at the court though was penetrating so too. Was it soft and inviting despite everything countess. It heard about the man. It was quite something to see him. Finally in the flesh looking no more than forty five years old and yet it was back in seventeen forty three over thirty years previously. The first appeared mysteriously one day at the palace of versailles home to king of france. Louis the fifteenth looking exactly the same age

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"nordic  " Discussed on The Nordic Mum

The Nordic Mum

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"nordic " Discussed on The Nordic Mum

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"nordic  " Discussed on The Nordic Mum

The Nordic Mum

15:38 min | 2 years ago

"nordic " Discussed on The Nordic Mum

"So when we're talking. Pod Mill minimalism about owing few possessions. It's about intentional. Living with only things that you need so when I'm always talking about lists more in my poor gas by blockbuster asocial that's what exactly means that less is more. You only have what you need now. My background if you don't know me already I'm from Finland and I come from generation where my mother was. She was really a minimalist. She teach us how you reuse things and you don't have to always buy the newest new you try to fix what you have at all these themes that I've been talking to my previous episodes is kind of odd minimalism as alive. Stop just a hint of the new way so those items and things that you have in life they should be there to support your life support your living and you might have things that you can use differently and let me explain that so you might have a chair and tables that you use for your dinner table but does so same table and chair might be part of your living room if you particularly if you live in a small that so what. I'm saying that you don't have to have a separate table lunches for one place and for the other place if you are you know you know leaving in a small flood. They suit purpose. Fine The other thing of my mother teach me was that even if you need to buy something buy something that will last something that is quality and something that you can have multiple purpose. Don't just buy a nice. Oh for the sake of buying an eye sofa can be done as a bit as well. So lots of furnitures and lot of things in life. They have a second purpose. Second thing that you can do with them and I think that's where the Scandi neak minimalism slightly different. That you have possessions but you have of them but they actually serve a second purpose like a table that becomes a chair or a chair that becomes a table so there is things that you can use. We have got used to these having more and having all the newest thing and all that up grading for more when we're not looking at what we already have and how we can minimize what we have because it's think about it in my episodes back in the game in episode eighty nine off talking about how you can declare your life on on that episode. I was talking about the fact that we're not looking at things. Tweaking actually Fix we are so used to the fact that we are just throwing things away. As soon step broken they go through the bin or they go to landfill. We don't even looking at. Can we fix those things and this is what my mother was saying? That rather than looking throwing those things away just becoming more conscious of what you have so minimalism is also looking at what you have having less but also looking at them. CaN'T THEY BE RE PURPOSED. If they're not you know suited for where they are and let's talk about a chair or table if they're not suited where they are. Can they be suited somewhere else? Maybe they fill in the balcony. Maybe defeated another room or maybe the granny who has just moved. House needs another SOFA so making sure that there's a there's a reason why you get and you give it to someone who needs it. Oh you recycle it in seven countries. There's lots of places where it's like a recycling centers where you can actually either sell things so you can change them for something else so you have a sofa you need. You can take there and you can recycle it or you can take it there and there might even give you money for it and then they pass it forward so there's different models in different countries. And maybe this is something you think. Maybe you know have facebook marketplace where is buy sell and you know you know give it forward and you put your Sofa Day. If you don't need it someone else will find useful it now. The other thing about minimalizing is about having more more live. Many have listings. So let's think about that for a moment so having more of life when you have less of things so when you have list of things to take care of whether they are furniture whether they are I'd inside of Your House maybe thought in your mind even so when you have less of those you have more things to do in life and I give you example. I recently read an article by a lady here in Australia. Who is well-known business Mothers are group's she she forward everybody. She is really up the same people. You know how you can help yourself with this and these APPs and how you described subscribe for these emails and so forth and so forth and who article was very catching because she had read. How a woman known in Public Public Coherent Australia had checked herself. Mental Health. Check YOU'RE GONNA Mental Health Institute to have some downtown because she could not cope with all the digital things out there. She could not cope with all the social media. And it's not those social media saying bad things about her. She just could cope with two stimulation and having to be available. Twenty four seven so this woman who wrote this article quoted this woman. This is what you did. She removed all her social media apps from her phone and she said that she has never feel felt as free as she did when she did. Now if you have followed me in social media if you followed me in this podcast you would have known that I have review for moved my facebook APP from my iphone and I have not put it back so I only deal with facebook. We're not on my computer so after I read that article about an. It's a sprite me about this. Less is more this minimalist like we need to have minimus lifestyle not just in the house but also in our minds so what I did. Is I removed? I removed Lincoln up twitter up in. I will would have removed instagram. But I knew about to be able to post my instagram. I need to keep it. Which is kind of a bummer. But anyway I remove those and you know what I have missed them. I'm like why did I even have those? So then our in for little cleaning spree in my iphone and I removed a lots of things that I didn't even know I had general where we had movement at. We just we just buy something or we just obtain something. Just because it's there so minimalism can be clearing your mind clearing. You're having a digital minimalism moment where you minimize things such as actually need to be stimulated by. I did at some apps which are be wanting to add but having never had the time I never really kind of to get to it and are removed those that didn't have any space in my life anymore. Editing need them anymore so I only deal with social media win. I'm doing the broadcast and of course I have my My how we're putting my normal channels that I'm available but I've kind of taking taking control of it. I felt that the social media was in control of me rather than me being in control off social media so the minimalism is not just about having less things as I said is apart. Having less to worry about so eat. Minimalism EXTENDS DO IPHONE. Having less there you feel so much better. Trust me try this. Remove there for a day and see how well you get things done how much time you have and where does your life take you because we are so you know into our phones all the time that we forgot to live and I give you example. I was in swim. Listened this morning with my son looking at the payments sitting there and they were so s- who were just you know ignoring their children and their performances and they were in the iphones and I'm not to say that that's a bad thing. There might have been working. Who knows and they're stowe's who were to scrolling there during the social media and showing things with their friends and again they were ignoring the children and it makes me sad. Because I don't see anyone really having conversation without the phone and this was only like I don't know seven o'clock in the morning seven thirty in the morning and people already on their phones so we set an example to our children. So if they're asking those things they get this answer. So minimalism in. Your mind is having list in your iphone as well. The few position is you know not given but I think minimalism you also have things bodies that you have a purpose you intentionally being more minimalistic in your approach to life so in the nordics. We tend to take minimalism as granted because we kind of live in minimalistic life and for example sustainability. It's part of everyday life. We have four five six different box two things in so we recycle everything. So if you don't recycle then you put them in a compost. Everything is recyclable. Basically and people in other countries are kind of you know like when they go and visit homes and they're like oh my gosh you know like all. It's very organized. They have all these boxes and I've town wait where we have renovations in my house and like each in his redone and I have a proper things to organize thing and be more minimalistic what we consume because it really pains me at the moment. But that's another another podcast completely. But minimum is being intentional with your actions to be more minimalistic buying lists you know having more alive. Consuming less as well and minimizing is also. It gives you the freedom off processing things. It gives your mind to freedom to wander and think about things that you perhaps didn't even knew the were out there. I don't know about you but I get really really like when I go out the Inchon's when I'm walking Williams swimming the beach when I'm out of the House and whether it's even in the house but when you are relaxed when you're kind of getting the interferes running that's when you seem to be in your most productive and you all the time like. Oh my gosh I need to write this down so I remember when I get home or other opinion shower ride on the wall so whatever it is kind of makes you just having less of those positions having less of those those less of things around you to crowd your mind and crowd giving you clarity in terms of where you going with life and what you need to do next and I think the modern world where we are so obsessed about you know things where it's a social media or whether it's about just looking at life through an instagram or a social media where we are so obsessed off having everything done at the same time multitasking. Working long hours trying to still keep on top of things at home and here minimalism is freedom. And it's difficult to implement and I had this. I was in a podcast guest at the other week and she asked very pointed questions. So what does your husband think about this minimum? Well how does your husband was ye on board and I would have to say that. Yes and no. My husband's kind of like okay. I'm happy if you're happy happy. Happy wife happy life but he's a little bit like some of my thinks he's lying. You're going to be you know over things there. And he's he's accustomed to comfortable life so when we get to costumed comfortable live. We don't WanNa break the cycle because it's painful isn't as painful when we need to rewire our brains to do something differently. It's actually like Yucky. I don't WanNa do that. And your brain is resisting for your attempt to change things and thinking differently. That's why things like these. Podcasts are great way because I'm coming to your ears and I'm saying about minimum. Listen and how it can change your life to better and Yeah Four. La you start thinking. Actually she's right. I can but to remove all those things in your life and becoming more minimalistic on your coach in life it can be hard and also. I think you will see if you approach life moment. Ballistic you become more aware of our culture onto and you realize that we have doppler things in life. We have certain image of ourselves and our lives but then we might realize that the image that we have in our head. How are we looking at our lives? It's wrong like we are seeing ourselves being healthy and happy and content but actually we're not that healthy when we start looking what we eating what we doing and actually win that happy because we're not healthy and there's things that you can actually improve in your life so minimalism comes in different ways and it is different ways of the union implemented dish in ways that you can embrace it and my first advice would be its internal it's about you thinking about your mindset being internally tuned in being more minimalistic is your first step second step would be looking at your house looking at what you need to live the life you want to live as a minimalistic way and.

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"nordic  " Discussed on The Nordic Mum

The Nordic Mum

07:07 min | 2 years ago

"nordic " Discussed on The Nordic Mum

"Yeah absolutely but I think I think also in terms of mobilising There there's a bit of a shift that needs to happen in terms of the public conversation because if politicians don't care and politicians are talking just about immigration or whatever it is or corporate tax than there would always be huge number of people who won't tree think. Climate change is an urgent problem. And I think if that conversation shift is that more people would care. But it's I mean people do like it here there. That kind of stuff is wells. Brad settle but that's just never that's not enough far from us on. An individual level is equal to care about whether they're bringing reusable coffee. Co is no. It's not gonNA be no now. It's nearly Christmas time. So are you having having an Irish Christmas or are you having Swedish Christmas where you have a niece succumbing to bring the essence and all that. It's funny we've had a bit of an issue because we spend Christmas with kids bolt here in Sweden and here Tradition is that you wake up on Christmas morning on Christmas Day. The twenty fifth. And you'll see the fantasy here unless presence as you thieving before you leave the gas core beer and maybe a switch or something. And then that's escon or this is from the carriage or something for Rudolph and and you know that that scientists in there and that's that's really magical. I loved us but then you go. Sweden Santa Walks through the door with the presence of kids just lack. What's going on and you know are so last last year no last year the year before then we had a four year old is the oldest was five glass on? We were in Sweden for Christmas and quite inquisitive. Sharp little five year old so we had to rethink about how to present this to him. I kind of explained you know if if scientists starts North Pole advantage assault Scandinavia in this and that by the time we get serious nighttime and then he kind of just made sense and use accepted. The I don't know how long the risk spending Christmas here in Orleans this year like we did last year and I think it's very much a combination of Swedish fires. Christmas is probably more Irish. I love Christmas time. It's the best time to be The itchy is just beautiful. Pubs are lovely. And I'm very Scandinavian in that I really like minimalism. And the understates abuse in everything but when he comes to Christmas I grow full Irish and I just love the over the top decorations and loads of life and all that stuff. So yeah it'd be last. The kids got to decorate the Christmas tree and I almost had heart attack. 'cause it was a bit too much it was just all kinds of clergy lights and tinsel and way to a decoration. You know you've got to get them there. The kids yeah. I know I'm just thinking when I want to kind of move things around the Christmas tree and could select elect. Don't go mummy. It's perfect and I'm like yes. Yes and turn their back on their like trying to make it a little bit like mismatch as it is but we have funny Johny like we celebrate on the twenty fourth in the evening we have the evening dinner when the Father Christmas comes on leaves presents and user the Phoenix presence we give their kids Samantha. Indicates have called the shower at richest came. And drop you the finish presence. You have some opens tomorrow morning when you wake up from the from the British English. We support the Christmas so far it has worked with my seven year. Old has started to quash should the logic of my conversation. I'm not sure it's going to slide this Christmas anymore. Yeah no I can see that we. We've tried to get the Swedish tradition through advance as well though because because the four weeks also we have the sunny days here and then we have the Santa Lucia. Yeah Yeah so same celebration Asian as well. So yeah we do the advance and every advent we then to like bake something like the seniors Christmas tots or the The Phoenix decorations for the trees. Or something. So that you know it kind makes the advent. Es The Sunday feel a little bit special but you live in a different country and different cultures so you kind of have mismatch of things and you just hope for the best. Yeah I'm gathered. At least I at my kids are in school and in classes where there are kids from so many different places because otherwise I think it would be very hard to do any of the Swedish because they would you just go open. All my friends are doing this all my friend doing that but now at least I mean there are kids who don't celebrate Christmas at all. Kids celebrate the sixth of December. Whenever that is in the Netherlands? Maybe six John Urines vein. You know all original Norman. Because it's a non denominations they don't they don't have a Christmas concert. They have a win concert because anything that's religion is shouldn't be the norm so we'll see how it goes this year. If the seven year old will exact a fantasy game through the chimney. Absolute pleasure speaking Hughley now and Thank you so much for joining the Nordic Mom podcasts talking about your life in Ireland and thank you so much for having me where where can more listeners find you can follow you and they can find me on twitter. But I won't be there very much trying to take a break but it's it's my full name Linnea Don's L. I N. E. A. D. U. N. Anne and on Instagram. I'm a little bit more active. So they can find me there with the same handle and and then there's my website which is the dot com and where there are links to buy my books and also the globals every now and then excellent so we we would all those as part of our Notes for this podcast episode to my website the Nordic mom dot com forward slash podcast. So thanks again. LYNETTA was perfect. Thank you thanks a million. Thank you so much for listening being me to sign at the Nordic model now go and check off the naughty mom dot com for third to resources and reading and this episode show notes and the Block Post. You can also also sign up for my feeney's dessert recipe book for free at the website to get you again next week for another episode of the Nordic Mom..

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"nordic  " Discussed on The Nordic Mum

The Nordic Mum

10:14 min | 2 years ago

"nordic " Discussed on The Nordic Mum

"Hi there I'm Susanna too. Naughty I expo heartily block the minimalistic natural way embracing the Scandinavian lean. Avian Way less is more approach in life. I talked to nude woman about their journeys and how they live their live with the new lifestyle wherever they are a happy healthy living to Scandinavia way. This is to Nordic mom where everyone welcome do not come on podcast. I have the lovely Lenadoon a from a Dublin Ireland here today with me. Thank you so much for coming in the Nordic my broadcast what cast thank you so much for asking me pleasure. Now tell me a little bit about yourself on your journey because you're originally originally from Sweden but you are in Ireland in doubling like what happened what happened and when my journey geographically speaking so I was born and raised in Sweden in a typical small town fairly safe slightly upbringing but you know middle class family and I was always writing. I was always doing music and I was always ace. I think with hindsight ticket sales always very politically minded Quite opinionated advising watching opinion pieces in the local paper. Yeah when I was fifteen that were perhaps 'em traditional in terms of values and I went on to study music than in Upper Secondary School Goo but then so in Sweden a lot of people would travel abroad or do something different for a year or two before going to university and my dad it had spent some time in Northern Ireland with work on. He invited friends over to visit us at one point when I was a child. I don't think something that moment. Jost made me fascinated with this place. I mean I knew nothing of it reading so I can't say what it was. I was nineteen then graduating from secondary. The student I wanted to go away I wanted to improve my English at once. It's just you know little suspect. And so my Senate friend packed her bags and went to Dublin. Now that's a very long time ago. And I only saved originally for three months and I went back to Sweden Asia and went back to art and again and then went back and forth a few times Eventually went back in that my now Hilson and we ended up going to London together and spending ten years there but when I was pregnant with our second child in the backyard and I I don't know but when I came here and say it was to be honest it doesn't make sense to me I am. Satan is an amazing as in so many ways and I'm sure that we don't if they're both. Yeah here. Were in Dublin and we love it here. Do you think that Scandinavian women are more inclined to travel and see the world and the reason I'm asking asking this because I only interviewed well about one exception of a man that I interviewed by only interview Scandinavia a woman. Most of them who do lived lived overseas and majority have been living in different countries and have traveled more and then just by coincidence yesterday on local playground here in Australia I met a Phoenix woman. Just pie chance. A fellow fan came about and we started talking and she had burning. Philippines and Thailand was on her way from Australia to Uganda in Africa. And I was like wow and she was out there and I was just like wow and just made me think a now when I'm talking to you is it that we travel more and we explore more than perhaps our male male counterparts. What you think yeah? I've definitely thought about this as well. It's interesting that you say I don't know so much about traveling. Specifically I think a lot scandinavians do travel and the backpacking thing and going to Australia and said these Asia and you know I think that goes for everyone. There's something about settling down abroad at. I know so. Maybe it's not a coincidence that I know more Swedish women. I'm in Mother's ardent than I know. Swedish Dad's because not least because of the tradition of you know you end up having a child in yours when in other moms of the same cultural background to hang out of those each but now there's something to and I don't know why I can't explain it. I don't know why Yeah that's just what those questions came to my mind. I was like well. I don't know what's going on here now. You are an author and you have written to amazing books. Log on about sweeneys are balanced life. which is part of the series and I interviewed viewed You on a new moon. WHO has a book called Sissel? That's has come out a year ago sparked the same series and then you have a new book called Likud mornings about mourning rituals. Tell me about the books Sonny mentioned Joanna. She's a friend of mine. Actually he used to rise articles from the magazine so the forest book is about Logam and the Swedish Act of violence. Living Now. Logam isn't in Sweden the concept or an idea a way of life that people strive to dosed Happens to encapsulate the way. Even they've the culture of society there are very well and and that goes from everything and everything from the social democracy in the whole history of generous generous welfare station huge middle class and sharing and looking after each other. I mean in reality. Nowhere is perfect like that but I think in Scandinavia media and in Sweden in particular. That much has being the case but it's fairly equal country in many ways but then even if you look at designee look expansionism Get the way people live. Their daily lives log on is about the word means not too little not too much but just enough. It's striking that Fallon's uh-huh consigning boring. I suppose but it's also a by. I think it gives it a bit of freedom from constantly going over the top so I guess there's a mindset of looking into what you need doing the research funding in needs and it's very much about functions so the functionalist Herod Heritage intensive designs as a lot. I think the coach mindset of Scandinavia as well and that we find the thing that the jaw and rather than something that's flashy or less than to show off. That makes sense so that I and it's about log on what it's Swedish coach but also how how people can maybe try and apply to their own lives to to find balance and what about the good morning the morning rituals. This book came out of another Scandinavian concept or under the Swedish word urge Yuck is cuckoo and authen means early morning so you could. That is very tradition of rising early in the morning in the village communities in northern Sweden primarily to get together. Listen to our sports on so what this word what a talks about. Is this Notion of if you if you get ahead in the morning if you rise early and you enjoy a little bit of that before the Roche of the commute and all that stuff and Then you can kind of you can call your day feeding. Perhaps or centered in grandchildren. Cab and the book looks at the money ways in which people what do that now. I think there's there's be is being them a recent trend arising early and curation there mornings more consciously so rather than getting up last minute rushing through breakfast getting the kids at the door. Whatever else getting half an hour to an hour before that I on May be doing yoga or taking notes rising by prostitute? Whatever it might be to kind of have a little bit of luxury time for yourself when Ford the city wakes up? And do you find people in Ireland. Embrace this kind of good mornings orbit just rushing out the Dole like the Londoners. I don't think that Ireland is unique in this regard compared to many other western countries I think generally really speaking the Western culture is like we've ended open a phase where we do Roche lost. And you know I know myself too a young kids and trying to do a busy job on white. If you books on this all age I look after a new house. There's a loss and and especially I think from other systems be tricky because by the time you get your kids to badge and you WanNa do a few bits and pieces around the house. Maybe but then you want want that alone time. It's the time that's just for you and it's easy to just have NOCCO into bays and the year it's all stood in the morning and it kind of snowballs. It all just gets everyone's irritable and tired all the time but I don't know if Ireland is different from anywhere else and how do you find Ireland as a Place to live. You obviously been there for a while and your husband is Irish and you have kind of emerged yourself in the Irish culture but how'd defined in terms of comparing to Sweden are rich culture similarities differences. And it's very different in many ways uh-huh and I've been thinking a lot about this recently because I've been writing about some relevant 'em subjects.

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The Nordic Mum

11:20 min | 2 years ago

"nordic " Discussed on The Nordic Mum

"Inside the incentive to doing and the systems in place whereas with here Australia with say we have recycling. And we're putting them in these yellow beans in trying to do the right. The thing and then ask stuff is going. A rubbish is going into a container to China. Who have now said normal taking rubbish? Recycling is so so. Why don't we have a recycling plant in field in Australia? That Properly do that. That will raise these bottles or use them. Kurt The loss off of that. I should have so it stinks. I'm upset about it and All the things that a politically lyrically discussed that should be a priority. Like agree one of the major priorities if we do it. We're talking so much about global warming in the I'm Barbara and And trying to protect it in Bikaner Bockel so it's a Jig An ESA both There as a business idea that you know maybe we should start our own recycling factory and I think it should be like you know publicly bought into like you just kinda crowd funded. This recycling rent able wants to contribution Kim kind of jumping in people people that want to get that done. What do you think in terms of what you know things that you bring back to To Australia Alia from the note. Of course it's the recycling which we discussed what he would have to You know bring something else. I would bring sauna and a Rye bread and solemn following Yucky. But that's just me. Well what you bring back in Australia. Live what they could learn or something that we can enhance it here. The education insistent that one all but yeah I always come back with them. Dry D said Pechiney machines shavings from that leave or sharyl like confidently and And quarterback quotas any so they my favorite mushrooms that I'm reading back. I bring back Roy Slave and Donna via funchal while mustard. Say we won't bring back the signup be in the abrasive discovered that there is a year drinks importer in Sydney so I just oded cases of lung cancer. which is gene gene longer? So you have one suitcase just fool of food basically when you come back and let my husband Bring in speckled Assam Yucky. Well yeah I know. I'm kind of like uh fetus off my stuff from the July cheap and I'm saying to my sister you know like a non. Christmas is nearly around the corner. So can you please send me something already. Because I'm lacking and it's very difficult to get here talking about Christmas. My Christmas Smith is always spent in the snowy mountains. The reason being is the only place that there is snow in Australia. Still on the top so we always go threat Bozo so we can do mountain. biking hiking Ginkgo the snow. Because it's not Christmas without the snow. So do you have any Christmas because Christmas around the corner. Let's face it. Do you have any Christmas Things that you do with your family which are kind of connected. Durra Nudity routes. I agree and Christmas doesn't really feel at Christmas anymore. Australia to me either. Watch businesses and this. Christmas is the first being being when five years that we will be spending he. I am doing some kind of renovation downstairs and and we need to stay here for Christmas. What we will do is have our traditional Christmas faced which is seemingly in dumb some Ginkgo and and Gavilan? He and the pedal. I wish I could bring some Uzi pedal I from Quite the same here Iowa but that's we will have the traditional and I'll make some they don't allow to go. Yeah Park maybe pork and I do like wow announce lot slumps. But I. I prefer lumped a lot because over the I have to say wings have all the and actually went well for Christmas as well mainly oldest seafood. I think that's a hybrid status. And then this Kinkel left. I've action with an curries and soups soups and sandwiches the Glock and that's true. We put some oysters adventure you gotTa have some moisture. Citizens Pronouns may be some squawk and wrote scoggins heist. Yes yet we try to keep pretty scandal. Actually so it's like normally you would be somewhere in the snow or some way cold climate so this is going to be exception so yeah I've got some tone. Those is lying around so often try and make it feel Christmas Eve. Night is nice. Now where do you see yourself in five years time so you have the new products coming along as well and you have your body is business going. But where do you see yourself while you're living Australia and have the we're off balance. You know figured all living Finland's and have the workload fellas or something different to be honest it could be here could in Finland England but I'd be living pretty much the same lost all which I engineered from Bayton athlete. which is I have my ability? I have flexibility Kennewick term anyway wherever my laptop these and that's the way I wanNA keep it so five beans time we could still be in Finland all we could still be here but all I know. Oh is that the wherever we will have a really good time and done definitely. I think you know the the lost all down here in loan on musk. is amazing. It's beautiful it's healthy. It's natural we're connected to the forest into the ocean And you know in Finland Finland we would have a different but similar kind of approach with the legs in the forest and Don kids in a finish school. Well and and you know I've been kinda missed in in the Finnish culture A little bit more so they will already bought to leave their different and go to school there. It's you know it's a different experience for them so so we want to be on that but in finding I don't know where I'm in five years time are probably still sitting here and people. Hopefully if you'd have to keep one advice for parents prince who have bilingual or who are bilingual family in terms of keeping them connected to the other half of them. The Culture Language what Huckabee definitely language going so Lotta had been really amazing in making sure that he speaks only finished to the kids. It's and they will respond any finish him because of that. Language is gift and if you know another one. It's a free gift. Do you know what I mean so you should give it to you children because they they pick it up. It's not confusing for them. If that's what all by nine that's a nine when dumped some really thankful that he's being really great With with the kids with keeping that that language going And you know the world eldest small I guess they stay traveled to me a real priority and family and obviously we want to get back to Finland as much as possible possible in say the grandparents and dumb and say I would say yeah. Traveling to that can to that place of connection is really important And making sure that you might get to make trips it a figure out how to do that. I guess financially not shape but We make that a priority bronze yes oppose. If you make those things priority for your life they will happen. It's only like when you don't pay attention. You know like if you try not to speak that language studio children or you don't get the culture you know part of your life. It's like reading stories. And what she moving to shoot Ola can is it looks yeah. It's it's important to bring back the books and and understand the culture. I suppose we watch movies in Finnish. netflixing foolish the kids tonight. It's just the way it is Yeah and I guess for us it small Pike is in less on stuff and more on on experiences. And when you kind of approach things in that way you don't need to accumulate stuff you know what I mean going. You're going full experiences of meeting because the kids will remember that experience that you give them them going skiing ice skating you know lake in Finland but they won't remember that present physical thing that you gave them so they always remember it in two weeks time so yes some that got enough stuff you know and that actually need a lotta stuff to be happy. They experiences and Really important well thank you so much Ludia. It's been a pleasure speaking with you. And where cast by my listeners. Found you waken they follow. Oh your journey. I'm on instagram. Just Lydia less ALAH on facebook And Yeah that's about it too much time on social media but that they can kind of keep up on I'll share. Something's not if you think everything in moderation absolutely and we will be linked to body is on your social media handle in our Laura Poitras notes that thank you again. Thanks same out. Thank you so much for listening to sign at the notify now go and check off the Nordic Dot Com for third resources and reading and this episode shown notes and the blog post you can also sign up for my Phoenix discern search recipe book for free at the website. Pump the get you again next week for another episode of the Nordic Mom..

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"nordic  " Discussed on The Nordic Mum

The Nordic Mum

17:34 min | 3 years ago

"nordic " Discussed on The Nordic Mum

"Hi there I'm Susanna too. Naughty I expo heartily block the minimalistic in natural way embracing the Scandinavian lean. Avian Way less is more approach in life. I talked to nude woman about their journeys and how they live their live with the new lifestyle wherever they are a happy healthy living to Scandinavia way. This is the Nordic mom and another episode or for Naughty podcast today. I'm talking about crime and particularly Nordic noir or Scandinavian or Scandinavian crime series. That I think most of us have watch through Netflix Fox. Whatever you have have going in your house and I just wanted to talk about the fact says why it is so thrilling? The orders all these Scandinavian crime series. Why people people continue watching them and why they are so I don't know well done and what is defend to what you would normally have have like those American BEC- really action filled series? When they are these are completely aside and I think the Nordic Noir is very term is it is dark it is dark and when you look at them visually but let us go first of all talking about what is a Nordic Noir? It's it's defined as a genre of crime fiction ridden from a policy point of view as in wants to know the countries and that includes Finland Iceland and everything else in between now the language is very plain and direct. They avoid Boyd. A lot of metaphors and the setting is very beleaguer like the landscapes are beautiful really dark unruly moody and the mood is dark and the all these stories when you look at them. They're morally complex. There's no necessarily early rights and wrongs and the main character all characters have flaws on them. They're not not necessarily you know the shining Shining a hero the white horse. And there's this tencent between the beneath social surface which the series are usually bring up Causes and there's usually a murder or rape or racism as like the underlying causes for these crimes Salisbury doctors and now now new on is a foreign term and it is not actually used in Scandinavia or not countries to describe this. It's something that People outside of the Nordic countries are using describe this Canton Avian Crime Series Desist Nordic Noir. Now how did it all get started. Well you need to go back in the one thousand nine hundred ninety s and there's a gentleman call henning being Michael who wrote books about court under who is a Swedish detective and he's books are based in a little town called you start near Mamo and he is like the knee other. He's been called the father of the Jenry and he's books have been boot on TV series at importing movies and there'd be very well received not interest in Sweden but all candidate countries. I remember my parents watching Villanovan in one thousand nine when still living at home and here. That's that's how he actually started. And then of course other countries started bringing their own flavor a secret call for the nude noir but okay what is nude ignore so it's about criticism of the society. It's looking those complex stories that I mentioned earlier and making them really realistic. So when you look at these when you in your Netflix Foxtel L. Amazon. Whatever it is that you're watching you feel like you are intruder because you are intruding on someone's life and Dan very well acted they are very Thoughtfully directed and the language and and the settings things are very plain and the direction that those series uses AAC. They are not metaphors about the things. People say as things are and they show the way things are and but the stories of really complex and as early there's usually not to the rights and wrongs and usually it's about the police procedures as well. It's like if you look at some of the series it's about focusing on the displeases doing very more Thomas's day to day work as a police and it doesn't involved in investigating several crimes normally investing that one crime but that one crime has lots of sub stories going around it as well now there was an BBC Documentary called Nude ignored the stories condemning crafty which will be linked in my podcast notes. it in the beginning of two thousand and ten and that is where the Nordic Noir word route actually came from. It was used as kind of the first time Now how does it differ from other crime series and I did mention this in an earlier. A little bit more Some critic says that it's more realistic and simple and precise and its strip out of unnecessary words. If you think about the British Agatha Christie Herkel Perot which is very flowery language switching. It's very you know here's the house. And here's a crime with happened and decided to suspects and one of them is guilty even though this twist. But that's how it is but this more realistic is about crime. Might have happened but maybe there was a reason why the crime happened because is there is people who are bullying this person or people who are blackmailing them to do to crime for them. And there's very little there's lots of acting and I think that's compelling to people. It's for me when you're watching these unlike you could just sit there and watch it in edge of your seat beat because it's so well acted all this series and I'm not biased here by saying that because a lot of people millions of people who are watching these are in the same name and usually the the main character she or he and there's lots of hers there as well there are more like One those who've done their job for years and years and years and they weren't down and they are not like that shining you know hero the model even be looking like an hero. They might not have the good looks like you would normally expect in the American series and they might have issues in their personal life that they might have some demons that they're trying to fight and in through their lives so through these main character or characters you get the claims of the flaws of the society which are usually beyond the crime itself but they might have something to do with actual crime and it's usually associated associated. How these Scandinavian noir tackle some murder? Mystery that is linked in several storylines has sob stories stories and themes that go through the investigation as like the dark underbelly of the modern society. And and when did this crime new new. I if you look at it through Critics perspective. They said this dim lilith aesthetics. This much spicer slow and melancholic pace and okay we finished. We Love Long Kelly. Hence the reason why we love this series multi-layered multi-layered Storyline League naturalism and locations are usually out there. They're not you know main cities somewhere way out there and it's usually a focus in a sense of place where bad things can happen and you can feel it by looking at this at this place is bad. It's not good through the way it's being filmed and there is like a lack of emotions oceans as well from people and I'm saying that they're not acting but it's just like it's very plain and direct and straight into kind of point and some of the series are actually expect looking at some of these underlying social issues like the border town from Finland It's looking about a rising of the fear of Russia and the Russian mafia the Russian influence on the crimes in Finland. And also the Stieg Larsson's Millennium Trilogy the girl with the Dragon. Tattoo is looking at Swedish failure of You know handling some some of these issues in terms of you know liberalism and Justice and Equality and social justice and and how it's covered up and how stock citrus and then just come out now. Stieg Larsson's Millennium Trilogy is acute example. How English speaking English speaking 'em audiences have been adopted as their own and there's a a television series asser movies made from it and the movies aren't English? Television series is Swedish but I liked the sweeties books most like I really didn't read them in. Sweet is back in the day when I was living in London and I just remember being like my gosh. This is just sermonising book. I went was made as a movie as a Swedish movie. I was just like yeah I need to see this. And didn't there's a Hinny Mongols faceless killers which is about the immigration under-population. At how how they have not Gone through the The society has in you know embraced his people from different even cultures and backgrounds. And that's another example how these series are looking at looking at the social chill aspects of life and putting it out there in in in front of us now why Nordic Newroz Rose Kennedy Navien crime is loved by audience. And if you are someone who listens lots of podcast and you know there are lots of True crimes condonation in true crime. PODCAST and I will link few of them on my notes on the block. If you're going to have a look but why is it. Love buy orders. And there's a difference with an order crime fiction from the American Evil Mass Murders and repressed memories or the prettiest mysteries of wickedness deception and abuse. I think it's generation thing as well these are like the end heroes this other the realism and these social critique that is really compelling to people and if you look like a wall under Acworth Orlando from Sweden. He is an social democratic class society example of himself. Liz Spitz Salamander from Sweden and in terms of her girl with the Dragon Tattoo. A series Millennium Series by Stieg Larsson Millennium Series. Then Swede is crime of all bestsellers in books and so most of these are based on books. They are not just scripts tsk written by television scriptwriters. Some of them are but it started from books it started August. These were the anti heroes and then they were given a life in television list. Put selander you know. She's a feminist ernest. She's the top gun in terms of finding a glass base shovel knees misogony in those series and in that books and and I'm always saying read the books before you see the series and I can say that the Swedish version of the books is biddy damn good so if he he ever looked at Lisp selander and the Gilbert Dragon to the Millennium Series watched the Swedish version. Because that is such top thing to watch. I think the other thing is that skinny. TV CRAMPED ROMS are different from the action. Crime traumas that you are normally seeing in the UK and of course in us and you kind of know what to expect from them but these traumas are kind of different this so this just suck you in and you feel associating earlier intruder when you watching these. You feel that you are watching in someone's life. They're very very realistic. And that's why millions this of people will go and watched him again or read the book and watched him again and they're more slow paced lied Valente and in a series of Lisbeth selander. Home killed with a two day are slow paced. There's not much happening dining. But they're so well written that they have this brooding atmospheric quality with like Beautiful Cinema Ma photography which is so captivating that you just continue watching them and going back to them and if you look at their a series like the killing which is a Danish one and comes Fox and Net flicks this being American versions or Britishness is made of the same because yes there are with the original language like all of these are in original languages and Scandinavia lunches decline witches but Americans. The English are like. Oh this is good we gonna make our own version of it The other one is the bridge which is Swedish and of course then Home the and of course job with two which is three books and three movies acquitted from Norway Department Q.. Denman in case from Iceland which is all about a cold and Iceland. Oh my God that's so good and board down from Finland. I'm bias here saying it's really good. Eh and trapped from Iceland as well. So I'm going to link for all those that are mention so you can go and have a look where you can see them. If you are a Scandinavian crime you know fanatic and you want to see some more but yeah. That's that's Today's episode. I was really Compelled to talk about this. Because I've been watching the border down. The finis series are my gosh. It's so good. And that's as made me want to explore and understand why it's so compelling and a lot of other ones that I have mentioned here but but those are the ones that you probably will find in your network you go and have a look and find something interesting to watch. So that's about this week's episode about a Nordic Noir was so thrilling audiences. I hope to get you again next week. Bye Thank you so much for listening means to sign the naughty. Now go and check off the naughty mom dot com for third.