I currently work part-time as a recreation leader at an elementary school (year 0-6) in Malmö and sit as chairman of the association Game Lounge Malmö, which I was part of and founded almost 6 years ago, which arranges LAN events a couple of times a year in Malmö. As you can read more about here on the right, I am also a streamer via Twitch.
I love music and sing regardless of mood, it gives such energy. When the words fail, the music speaks and it has become my motto in life.
Me and my streaming partner Thomas recorded some podcast episodes in the series "Talk about it" where we covered topics such as communication, gambling addiction, NPF and gaming, abuse, addiction, and about living with a protected identity. We humans talk too little about many things that then become taboo. To illuminate and talk about abuse, mistreatment, abuse, stop my body from an enlightening pedagogical perspective is important for more people to dare to break the silence. So many who live with shame and guilt who should not have to do it. It is not your fault that you are exposed, and you are not alone.
Some people know me as Schyffelmeister on Twitch where I stream Farming Simulator 19, Euro Truck Simulator 2 and more. The stream goes in the sign of the heart and is a warm and welcoming stream that attracts all ages. I started streaming in November 2018 and streamed until May 2020, when I went into the wall, (Actually, I already did in 2019 at work) I had no energy left to continue streaming, and becouse of the Swedish Social Insurance Agency that did not like my hobby stream. If you are like me, a simulator fan or just want to hang out in my stream for a while, you are welcome.
I took a much needed break and you will see me at Twich again in December 2020, just in time for Christmas as it looks now. Everything also depends a bit on whether the time is enough. I do not want to end up in that wall again. My stream is a hobby stream and has no ambition to become a big streamer. It's just fun to play and stream, a hobby quite simply. My focus will be on lectures and music gigs.