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Hi there.

I'm Sanna. From Sweden, based in Lisbon, although you will often find me somewhere else in the world due to location commitment issues.

When I'm working, I help teams get stuff done (without losing their minds).

When I'm not, you will likely find me reading, writing, climbing some aerial apparatus, or hiking, while asking myself why all of my hobbies have to be type 2 fun.

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Hot book summer

Looking for reading inspiration for the summer? I got you covered.

Hot book summer
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On finding creativity again

I missed the first train. Complete stop on the Jubilee line. Got the next one. Changed in some tiny town. Arrived in Hepton Bridge. Walked along the picturesque canals. Stopped to buy toothpaste. Got on the bus. The driver was friendly, the way only a bus driver in a small

On finding creativity again
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Hiking Acatenango

I am not saying I'm writing this post only to share my volcano pictures, but I will admit it is a contributing factor. If you had spent all that effort dragging your massive camera on top of a volcano and standing in close to freezing temperatures to take pictures of

Hiking Acatenango

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Waking dreams

It's been a month back in the default world. A month filled with delicious showers, work headaches, and little time to process while trying to stay calm and not divorce my parakeet. With dubious success, I might add, but that's a story for another time. Burning Man was rough this

Waking dreams
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Week 22

Monday. A week that takes us into June, and as good time as any to get back into old-school blogging. Don't worry, I won't start posting photos of my breakfast. I recently did a writers retreat and if there is one thing I take with me, it is the importance

Week 22
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Trust beats perfection

Back in my corporate days, when I was in the office working 9-to-5, I learned the ropes of consultancy and project management by being wholly absorbed in my work for years and making approximately 374 mistakes on a daily basis. One particular lesson, or rather a four-year-long course, is what

Trust beats perfection