Tomorrow on December 13 is Saint Lucy’s Day. In this blog post, we tell you what it is and how we Finns celebrate Saint Lucy’s Day.
December 6 is the Finnish Independence Day. In this blog post, we take a look at the Finnish Independence Day celebrations. We’ll try to explain why they are the way they are, quite solemn and subdued.
If you are about to start a new job in Finland, this blog is for you. In our blog post this week, we’ll very briefly take a look at what’s supposed to be covered in Finnish employment contracts.
Although it doesn’t seem so at the moment, soon it’s winter sports season in Finland. Schools and daycare centers in Finland expect all kids to have winter sports equipment. In this blog, we tell you what kind of equipment you should have, where to buy it, and where you can actually do winter sports.
Have you moved to Finland because your spouse found a job here? In this blog post, we talk about how you as an expat spouse can build your own life here. The posts contains tons of links to various different resources.
It’s again the season when offices start organizing Christmas parties in Finland. This is our little survival guide for the season.
It’s Halloween today. In our blog post this week we talk about Halloween in Finland and its local relative, the All Saints’s Day.
Temperatures are said to plunge below freezing next week. Are you and your car ready for winter driving in Finland? We give you a few tips.
A new law defining working hours in Finland will take effect January 1, 2020. In our blog this week, we’ll take a look at some of issues covered in the law.
Moving to a new country can be scary if you have life-threatening allergies. In this blog post we give you a few tips that make it easier for you to live with your allergies in Finland.