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another tuesday – another podcast !
this one was fun to do because we had no idea what we were talking about – we asked ourselves the infamous question ‘where do you see yourself in 5 years’. good stuff !

we talk about :
– are 5 year plans necessary or even slightly useful ?
– what is our 5 year plan ?
– where do we see ourselves living ?
– what is our dream home ?
– what will have happened with our careers 5 years down the line ?
– why do everyone think being in influencer is just a stepping stone to something else ?
– will we start a family !?

and of course, it wouldn’t feel like tuesday without david’s semi-funny anecdote about people we don’t know : this week david remembers that poor taxi driver we met in a swedish small town once ! and we talk about random uber drivers in LA !



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love // jenny & david

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12 Comments

  1. I live in Helsinki and I would say there’s a lot of cool events and vegan restaurants considering the size of the population (around 600 000 people), but compared to Berlin or London Helsinki is just a small seaside town.
    The weather is what it is, but luckily I happen to like chilly weather and don’t really care for sunshine.

    I also have a question of the week for you: What is your opinion on eating insects? Like do you deem it cruel or would you consider eating insects yourselves?

  2. Sari De Keyser

    hey Jenny & David

    enjoying your content so much, it is informative yet relaxing!
    I have visited Helsinki several times just because I love it so much there.
    the city is amazing because there are so many beautiful, calm places but also cool cafés and unique shops. definitely worth a visit!
    have a nice day!
    Sari

  3. I love you
    … in future, please don’t talk about cringe-y stomach flus.

  4. You need to come to Oporto and Lisbon!! We’re hip as hell! Love your podcasts & videos xxx

  5. A Finn from London

    Hi Jenny & David,
    I’ve just discovered your podcast and really enjoying it! I’m just listening to this and just wanted comment on life in Helsinki. I’ve been living in London for the past 7 years, and as a long term plan it’s not the most convenient of places. Work-life balance, housing and distances are the biggest drawbacks for me. It’s getting really polluted, and there’s virtually no greenery.

    I’m from Finland and used to live in Helsinki ages ago. I’ve been so surprised how much the city has developed. There are some amazing restaurants, shops, coffee shops, events, markets etc. And I know you know the standard of Nordic housing so I’m not even going to go there. I used to live in Stockholm and recently visited, and it felt like Stockholm’s become quite stagnant. It’s still a great place, but I think there’s something interesting going on across the water. There are so many amazing cities around the world but my current plan is to move back to Helsinki as soon as I can. Maybe I’m being overly optimistic, but it should be a refreshing change after London. I think you can make anything out of the place where you live. Interesting to hear your perspective!

  6. You should checkout Gdańsk and whole of 3City! Maybe not to live in, because it has many polish bad aspects, but definately to visit. We have more and more vegan restaurants (at last 4 totally vegan in Gdańsk) and the whole campagne focused on introducing vegan dishes into usual restaurants menu. We have some cool Old Town parts, interactive museums like Solidarity Center and Immigrants Center and big parks and beaches with walking lines along them. Close to the city (basically on the edges of town) lovely forests and nature reservations starts. Also 3City is very close to Berlin (I think you can take a train here) and it should be very cheap for you because of the currency. You are most welcome by me and surely your other 3City followers. If you want you could come in the middle of July because then we also have street theaters festival “Feta” which is super cool.

  7. You are always so polite and considerate of other cultures. I love that about you. Please do not say aphorisms like “nothing happens in Athens”. People from Athens listen to your podcast :)
    Moreover, it is not true! Athens is the new Berlin. Look it up :)

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