When presidents can publish threats and aggressive tweets on Twitter and not be closed down, I do not want to be a part of it. When most information I see is angry post claiming all things are bad, I do not want to be a part of it. When all discussions are polarized and you are … Continue reading I am leaving Facebook and Twitter
For a long time, I have sincerely felt I made the wrong decision when I left the military in 1998. I miss the passion, friendship, adventure and also how there was not an option to miss on solving the task at hand and never let things slip, not to forget the trust amongst colleagues and … Continue reading What I miss from my time in the Military
A recent trip made me reflect on the life we live and what we are searching for or trying to achieve with our lives. As a person, I see my life as a journey of change and constant learning. I see the term rich quite equivalent to being able to choose, having freedom and be … Continue reading Am I rich?
How well does Watson know me? I thought I would actually ask. Continue reading Who Am I – According to Watson
Singapore is a truly multicultural, multi religion and multi national country (goes for the food as well). Thank you Singapore for being such a great country in that way! Continue reading Some things will be dearly missed
So, one month ago I passed the one year mark living in Singapore. I wrote a few posts when we arrived here. A lot of water has passed under the bridge since. Most of my initial impressions are still valid, the school system in the international schools are fantastic. It is clean, maybe too clean … Continue reading One year in Singapore
Arrived in Sweden this weekend and was welcomed with wonderful weather. Will be here for 2 months before going back to Singapore. To celebrate I thought I would share some Swedish entertainment and explaining two words, Lagom and Jante, to help non-Swedes understand us better. The funny sitcom Welcome to Sweden puts us on the … Continue reading Welcome to Sweden