11 Dec 2011

How to survive a Swedish winter – No. 5

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KEEP THE DARK AT BAY

By the time December comes around Sweden has very few hours of daylight each day. If you live up in the very northern parts of the country the sun actually never rise above the horizon this time of the year. So when Advent comes and the much anticipated count down to Christmas begins, the electric candlesticks and stars we put up lighting our windows are a much appreciated tradition.

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It all turns and the days slowly get longer again at the midwinter solstice (around December 21) but a great tip from one of our readers is to replace the Christmas light decoration with a normal table lamp to still keep the dark at bay until spring arrives.

Thank you Theresia for your great tip!

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