jueves, 27 de noviembre de 2014

Christmas Season in Finland

The Christmas Season 

I really Love this time of the year! and you can probably tell by the way I scream and get exited every time I talk about Christmas! But somehow despite the cold weather and the dark days, I feel that Christmas is one of the warmer seasons when people gets together, there is love all around us and everybody's hearts are open to the joy of Christmas. 

Like I mention on the video, the Christmas season is very different in Finland and in Mexico and that is one of the reasons why I enjoy traveling in this time of the year, because you get to notice the different faces of Christmas all around the world. During the last 5 years I have spent Christmas in Finland and I can tell that it has been a wonderful experience but nothing is so wonderful if you don't share with the ones you love, that's why I wish that this Christmas all of you will enjoy and celebrate the time with your families and friends and have a Merry Merry Christmas!  

Here is the Video! 

miércoles, 26 de noviembre de 2014

Finnish Joulutorttu & Glögi!

How to Make your own Joulutorttu and Glögi! 

Joulutorttu is a Finnish Christmas pastry. It is traditionally made from puff pastry in the shape of a star or pinwheel and filled with prune jam and often dusted with icing sugar. The pastries can be in other shapes too, I have seen Joulutorttu shaped like a dog face or like angels so you can really just be creative, you can also use apple jam in place of the prune jam and it teste delicious. 

You can actually see all the process oh how to make your own Joulutorttu in the video, but if you will like to start form scratch an make everything step by step I left a link with another blog that explains it very well. 

Glögi is a traditional drink during winter, especially around Christmas, It is served hot or warm and may be alcoholic or non-alcoholic. Non-alcoholic and alcoholic versions of glögi can be bought ready-made or prepared with fruit juices instead of wine. Glögi is generally served with raisinsblanched almonds Joulutorttu or Ginger biscuits. 

Enjoy your Joulutortu and Glögi!

Here is the video 

domingo, 23 de noviembre de 2014

How I end up living in Finland! My story!

How did I end up in Finland? 

I have been Vlogging now for 8 months so I decided to share some of my personal life and tell you guys How did I end up in Finland! I have also started this Blog now to keep up with both of the worlds of video and writing for you. 

This is the first personal video I am uploading and telling about my life, but I feel that all of you that are following my channel and my Social Media deserve to know a bit more about me so we all get to know better, after all this is all about interaction and I want you to feel like we are friends. 

domingo, 16 de noviembre de 2014

What is My Suomi Finland?


Life in Finland 

What is My Suomi Finland? 

My Suomi Finland is a Blog and Vlog about Finnish life from a Mexican/Finnish perspective. By exploring Finnish culture My Suomi Finland aims to help tourist and expats living in Finland. Sharing experiences, adventures and knowledge about every day Finnish life.

My Suomi Finland creates funny and easy videos where people can learn: How to travel in Finland with Low Budget , how to cook Finnish food like Finnish Oven Pancake , useful tips about How to Recycle in Finland and even some Finnish Lessons for your travels around Finland. My Suomi Finland wants to share all the things she has learn while living in Finland and make life easier and more enjoyable for people that are coming to Finland for the first time. 

I hope that you enjoy this Blog and the Videos during your stay in Finland. They are made specially for you that have started this amazing journey to the land of the thousand lakes, Santa Claus and Sauna. Now all I have to say is...

Welcome to Finland and Welcome to My Suomi Finland! 

Introduction Video 
Life in Finland 

viernes, 14 de noviembre de 2014



The time has come when every day gets darker and darker, the leaves have left the trees and only the nude skeletons remain to make us feel like in a Halloween dream. Not that it scares me to go out during this days or something... I am just simply saying! 

This is the time when must of us get depressed or we are just exhausted all day. Therefore I I made a small video for you guys so you will cheer up and to give a remainder for all the things you need to have before the REAL winter strikes. 

I hope you enjoy this video and remember to comment if you have any other ideas about getting ready for winter! Even if its COLD you have to be happy! 

Video about winter


The Finnish Movies 
you have to watch! 

10.- Sibelius
Is a 2003 Finnish film biography of Jean Sibelius directed and written by Timo Koivusalo 
9.- Tuntematon Sotilas / The Unknown Soldier
The Unknown Soldier is a Finnish film directed by Edvin Laine and premiered in December 1955. It is based on The Unknown Soldier, a novel by Väinö Linna.
8.-Rare Exports: A Christmas Tale
A young boy named Pietari (Onni Tommila) and his friend Juuso (Ilmari Jarvenpaa) think a secret mountain drilling project near their home in northern Finland has uncovered the tomb of Santa Claus. 
7.- Pearls and Pigs 
Helmiä ja sikoja is a 2003 Finnish comedy film directed and written by Perttu Leppä, and starring Mikko Leppilampi and Laura Birn
6.-Iron Sky
The Nazis build a moon base in 1945 and hide there until 2018 when they plan to return to power.
5.- Ariel 
An out-of-work Laplander (Turo Pajala) seeks his dark destiny in a white Cadillac convertible.
4.- Run sister run! 
Finnish Drama
3.- Lapland Odyssey 
Janne has made a career out of living on welfare, then his girlfriend gives him an ultimatum: Buy a new digital TV box or she will leave him.
2.- Pahat Pojat / Bad Boys 
Bad Boys is a 2003 Finnish crime drama film directed by Aleksi Mäkelä, based on the story of a notorious real-life family of criminals.
  1. One Way Ticket to Mombasa
    Two cancer patients (Antti Tarvainen, Joonas Saartamo) escape from the hospital and embark on a road trip through Finland.