The Last Carnival

Earlier this summer I attended the TeachRock workshop on the Little Steven and the Disciples of Soul's "Teacher Appreciation Tour" in Malmö. The workshop was very inspirational and I promised myself that when I was back at work after the summer holiday I was going to check out the website some more and make use... Continue Reading →

Spirit In The Night

This blogpost was supposed to be a celebration of Clarence "Big Man" Clemons, as June 18th marked the 7th anniversary of his passing. As I started writing I realised rather quickly that it was also going to be a celebration of comradeship. The story of how Clarence Clemons met Bruce Springsteen for the first time... Continue Reading →

Spare Parts

We are currently being overflooded by countless releases of old Bruce Springsteen material. As much as I appreciate listening to and discovering exclusive versions of songs, rare cuts, outtakes and remastered concert downloads, Springsteen repeatedly releasing old material seems to be a big rip-off. Pockets somewhere are filled with money – and they sure as... Continue Reading →

Born To Run

Yesterday around 9 000 women hit the streets and the beautiful surroundings of the lovely park Slottskogen in Gothenburg for the women's race Vårruset. Vårruset is an annual 5 km race for women only, that tour 21 cities across Sweden during the Spring season. Five of my workmates and I participated and we had a lovely... Continue Reading →

Land of Hope and Dreams

An obvious activity prior to attending a concert is getting hold of a ticket. Buying tickets must be one of the most distressing things ever; you are excited about the upcoming show but also terrified you won't get hold of a ticket. This entry is about the thrill and the agony of buying concert tickets.... Continue Reading →

Leap of Faith

Bruce Springsteen has been a singer-songwriter voice of a contemporary generation for more than four decades. His work reflects the values, dreams and concerns of many people around the world. It's a commentary stretching from the mythology of adolescence, via the working-class concerns, to the importance of social justice and awareness, and the American dream... Continue Reading →

We busted out of class…

Language is our most important tool to think, communicate and learn. It makes us understand, helps us to put things into perspective, encourages us to question and helps us interact with other people. To learn new languages helps to give new perspective of the world around us and a bigger understanding of other cultures and... Continue Reading →

You Never Can Tell

A while back (in August 2017) I was assigned to deliver a lecture on our school's IT-strategy and the implementation plan for a new learning portal and an administrative system to my colleagues. It was the beginning of a new school year and the idea was that this presentation should launch a long process, that... Continue Reading →

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