With half-Swedish roots but a very English upbringing, my mission at Thatsup is to ensure our English content is as entertaining and grammatically correct as the Swedish. (The missing apostrophe in Thatsup only bothers me very slightly).
An old-school journalist by training, I love good food as much as good copy. Writing about - and occasionally getting to sample - Stockholm’s best restaurants is a dream, although holding off on tucking in until the photos have been taken is a skill I’m still working on.
When I’m not coming up with fifteen ways to translate mysig that aren’t cosy and ensuring tupp is translated in a family-friendly manner, you’ll find me in the Sörmland countryside growing vegetables, animals and children.
Thatsup began in 2008 when we founded the entertainment blog WhatsupSthlm. Seven years later we relaunched as Thatsup. Since then we've gone from strength to strength and we're now Sweden's largest restaurant and lifestyle guide. In addition to guiding customers to the city's local businesses, we also create the branch's best websites via our product Thatsup Web.
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