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Spotify Traveling Song List

Travel Playlist on Spotify


I created this “Traveling Songs” playlist a while ago since the list I usually listened to got boring and I couldn’t modify it since it wasn’t my own. I added a mixture of calm(er) songs – perfect to sleep to while in transit and to cancel out other noises. Then some more upbeat songs to keep the energy up while for…

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Global Young Voices website

About being a Swedish-speaking Finn in Finland


I recently wrote another article for Global Young Voices that got published today. This time it was about what it is like to be a Swedish-speaking Finn in Finland – “finlandssvensk” in Swedish and “suomenruotsalainen” in Finnish. Few know that Swedish is spoken also in Finland due to historical reasons and the fact seem to cause confusion for many, including my friends…

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Jasmine Kukko Global Young Voices Contributor

My First Published Article On Global Young Voices


I got accepted as the first country contributor from Finland (and the Nordics) for a website called Global Young Voices this spring. The reason I haven’t said anything about it yet, is because I’ve been only doing some “backstage” stuff, like being part of the marketing team helping with their Facebook page. But now finally yesterday my first article is up!…

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View over Sète, Southern France

Thoughts About First Semester of Erasmus Exchange In Montpellier, France


I’m lying in my bed thinking about this past semester. It went by so fast, way faster than any semester in my life has. Time flies when you have fun right? I’m beyond happy that my French adventure is only half way, and not finishing now, as it is for some of my friends. I really hate saying goodbye, but…

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9 Things You Know If You've Ever Lived In France

9 Things You Know If You’ve Ever Lived In France


Coucou! Some may already know that this is my second time around living in France. The first time was in 2010, working as a Disneyland Paris employee for five months. That was such a fun experience and one that I look back at with fond memories, mostly because of the lifelong friends I made and because it was my first real…

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Byblos, Lebanon

Exploring Beirut, Lebanon


Some already know that I visited Lebanon during the holiday week we had from uni one and a half weeks ago. Most reactions I got was “Why Lebanon?”, “Isn’t there a war going on?”, “Watch out for ISIS!”, “Isn’t it dangerous?” and such comments. I was just thinking “Why not?”. And no, there’s no war, and to be frank, terrorism…

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