Today’s interview is with Alexander, a Russian expat living in Finland. Recently, Finland and Helsinki have achieved high rankings in international ratings in education, living standard, and safety. While it is indeed a very good place to live, is it as perfect for expats? What it’s like to live in Helsinki, Finland as an expat?
Today’s interview is with Albert from Romania living in Finland. Albert Papp is one of the newest members of the Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra and has been living in Finland since the end of 2018. We chat about a number of things including his origins, language history, moving to one of the northernmost capitals of the world, and his progress in learning the language of his adopted country.
Today’s interview is with Paola, an Italian expat living in Finland. Paola, a wife and mother of two, lives and works in the tech sector in the capital area of Finland. Besides her full-time job, which she loves, Paola is a dedicated blogger. Today, she talks about her expat life as an Italian in the Nordic world.
Today’s interview is with Michele, American expat living in Finland. Michele is a late bloomer, getting (re)married at 50, and moving halfway across the globe to join her new husband in Finland! She’s got three grown girls back in the States, and she’s just waiting to bring her dog over in December so that they can go adventuring together.
Today’s interview is with Leah, an American expat living in Finland. Leah is a post-doctoral researcher at the University of Helsinki. She and her husband grew up in Iowa and had lived there continuously until their move to Finland in August of 2012. Though she misses family, friends, and Skippy peanut butter, she finds living in Helsinki to be very easy and relaxing.