Learn to spell Swedish words properly. That would be Ängelholm in Skåne. There's three extra letters, å, ä, ö at the end of the alphabet.
Start learning a few phrases (Hello, How are you, I'm fine, Thank You). There is no word for "please".
I moved to Sweden from UK, lived there nearly twenty years. I made sure I got a job before I moved. There's lots to like about Sweden, and I strongly suggest you made the effort to learn Swedish well enough so they don't swap back into English after three sentences of your Swedish (a very common experience among people I knew, we all had to do an intensive course before they would speak Swedish to us).
I still miss the food, and the Christmas songs, and the wonderful summer.