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it’s time for us to look back at the year and think about all the great things we’ve done ! so here’s our top list of the best things that happened in 2017 !

let us know your thoughts @themustards_ on instagram !

we talk about :
– best movie of the year !
– best book !
– best food !
– best trip !
– most important news !
– goals for next year !
– is 30s the new 20s !?

and of course, it wouldn’t feel like tuesday without david’s semi-funny anecdote about people we don’t know : this week it’s all about the russian ambulance that helped people in Stockholm!

you can listen to us here below, on acastitunes, or most other places they have podcasts.
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love // jenny & david

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  1. I only discovered your YouTube channel yesterday and I cannot even express how happy it made me! You seem to be such a beautiful person and I love everything about your channel – especially the minimalist outlook. Amazing start into 2018 for me – couldn’t help but to follow you everywhere. Wishing you all the best in this new year and I hope to see more and more of the beautiful content you make.

    With kindness,

  2. Diana Stryuk

    As a Russian speaker and half-russian it was so much fun for me to hear your perceptions of this country I’m from Kazakhstan, but as far as I know we have pretty much the same healthcare system. So we have free healthcare centers and private ones. Free ones are good, as long as you don’t have a serious illness. Private heathcare center is the place with best specialists, of course.
    This story is quite controversial, on the one hand, I think that Russian guy just called some private hospital to go pick him up, cuz it’d be VEERY unlikely of free hospitals to do so. But, on the other hand, private doctors or nurses don’t always feel the need to help somebody if they won’t be paid afterwards. The fact that they helped that random Swedish guy makes me believe in kindness of humanity…. or probably that wasn’t really true and the Swede paid or sth? Could you link that news page there it was shown, please? Super curious Oh, and it was a great podcast episode, by the way ❤

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