Kids school? The only thing I liked about Finland was my kids daycare, that was the best. Kids can play and learn through playing. The school starts at the age of seven and there is no pressure of studies like in India so kids are very happy in Finland. It’s a great country when it comes to education. Even International school in Espoo is free but it has limited seats.Adding one important thing, i.e. libraries. Finland is one of the top nations when it comes to libraries. They are not limited to books, there are computers, music halls, workshops with electronic gadgets, sewing machines, language cafes, play area for kids, variety of social events and a lot more. And most of them are open from as early as at around 7 and are open till around 9 in the night.
Work- life balance? Unlike India, your husband will come home sooner after work which will give you a lot of time to spend together in the family or do some activities.Sports? If you like swimming, that’s one activity you guys can do whole year around, they also have amazing finnish sauna everywhere.knock knock, who’s there? Well the Finnish neighbours are really different than our Indian neighbors. Forget that someone will knock your door to borrow a bowl of sugar, the Finn neighbor may not even say Hi to you or may not respond to your Hi. This is shocking for Indians but you shouldn’t think that it’s rude or offensive, they are just introvert. Most of them are very shy to even make an eye contact in common spaces in the building. They are like that among their own people also.