Hi there, I'm Sanna.
From Sweden, based in Lisbon/Berlin/Stockholm, and at times exploring other corners of the world. For work, I help teams get shit done in projects and products on a consultancy basis.
When I'm not working, you will likely find me reading, writing, hiking, climbing some aerial apparatus, or doing something absurd like a 10-day silent meditation retreat while questioning my sanity.
I bought a new coat. It has a strange shape to it, much like a cape, oversized and black. Add hat and cigar and I will look like I spend every night at the neighborhood bar, sustaining myself on nothing but absinth and red wine, writing poetry that gives readers
Let me start by providing some context. Tom, my partner, is a foodie who will eat anything. I mean that in the most literal sense; he could win any Fear Factor eating challenge as long as it doesn't include anything with banana flavor (I know, don't ask). I, on the
Time for another reading report! As you might have figured from my last post, February and March were travel hectic, but I still managed to finish five books. Yey me! In no particular order, here they are. All The Lovers In The Night, Mieko Kawakami Two months later and I
From Koh Phangan to Chiang Mai to Singapore to Koh Phangan (again) to Hoi An to Bangkok. Three countries, three months. Flights, ferries, busses, trains. Too many. And now, finally, Lisbon. I'm home. For the first time in months, I feel like I can breathe again. Doing basic things, like
This year I'm aiming to read 40 books. Why this arbitrary number and goal, you might ask. Or not. But I'm happy to share either way! Reading one book per week sounds reasonable, but I'm old enough to know that life often gets in the way, so subtracting 12 from
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