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The dilemma of living abroad

I remember when I was 19, I left my parent’s home for a gap year as soon as I finished high school. The stereotype work and travel adventure in Australia, with a few months backpacking in South East Asia (or in my case suitcasing since I can’t…
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Learning Danish

Learning a new language is difficult and at times, really, really frustrating. Especially with Danish, since -let's be honest- it's just a weird language to learn. You don't pronounce the words how they are written. Or Things are written one…
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Pick pocketers in Copenhagen

About a month ago, I went to work at 10 am and on my way there I just had a horrible experience at Østerport St. Two men, one walking behind me and the other one next to me, tried to steal my credit card. They walked very close to me and luckily…
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My melancholic, favourite place for Flæskestegssandwich

Growing up, my parents had a little grill in Goslar (a small little town in Germany) back in the beginning of 2000. That is where I spend a lot of time during my childhood. It wasn't until a couple of years later when I was 13 or 14, that we…
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"The Wave" at Ofelia Plads (Frost Festival)

I bet in the past days, your Social Media feeds have been full of glowing triangles in Copenhagen right? I was wondering when I saw all the pictures on my Instagram: What is this, where did the display come from and where it was located? Luckily,…
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10 things (most) students go through when moving to Copenhagen

It is that time of the year again :) Exactly 2 years ago, I was among all the new international students who moved to Copenhagen to start studying. I figured that there a few things which are repeating itself every year. Personally I think,…
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I show you the Copenhagen of tomorrow

A few weeks ago I was lucky to be a part of Vodafone’s project “I show you the world of tomorrow”. The crew with German blogger Mia and Simon came to the Danish capital to find out, how Copenhagen's startup's and futuristic brands are…