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Spending holidays without your family

No matter if Christmas, Easter, Chanukka, Lunar New Year, End of Ramadan or another holiday is the most important holiday for you, we are all on the same page when talking about the feeling of spending these days far from home and our families. For…
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Danes don't really date (neither do most people now)

So upfront, this is based on my own or my friend's experiences and do not reflect the entire population of one country or nation, etc. I just got inspired the other day when my friend Olivia came to the Open Days at Copenhagen Business School…
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Colourful Copenhagen (appreciating the here and now)

It's Valentine's Day! And since I will spend the day working, studying and visiting my doctor and have not even a tiny bit romance in my life, I thought it might be nice to express my (sometimes on and off) love for Copenhagen! :) Even though…
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How I can afford traveling 10 countries this year (and so can you) - My 2017 Recap and 2018 New Years Resolution

I got asked this question so many times in person, on Instagram or Facebook: "Tuni.. you are a student, how can you afford to travel all the time?" First of all, I do not travel full-time but am a full-time Bachelor student and also, none of…
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The feeling of belonging somewhere (or nowhere)

Since I am abroad, the question "Where are you from" has been asked quite a number of times - and it's totally fine. It's even okay when people look at me like I am a straight liar when I answer that I am German. Also, it's okay to be confused,…
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Friendships and relationships with a due date

To start with, the headline might be misleading because in my opinion, if a friendship or relationship is genuine and based on mutual trust and love, it does not have a “due date”. I have met a number of people who have friends or met their…
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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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What I like about China (and why I might miss it in Denmark)

Hej everyone! It's been almost 3 weeks since I left gray Copenhagen for Beijing. I never had the chance to really get to know the Chinese lifestyle before. China and its business culture is included in the curriculum of my studies and I…
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The beautiful Danish cliffs Møns Klint (and how to get there)

From Copenhagen to Møns Klint Sometimes, you just want to escape the busy city life and crowded touristic spots in the Copenhagen. So did we today. My dear boss took my colleague and me on a road trip and we exchanged our office for nature,…
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Where 90% of Copenhageners will go to enjoy flowers this weekend - The city is blooming up :)

Finally ! The long winter months are gone, spring is coming and Copenhagen is shining in new, bright colours. Everywhere in the city, the flowers are blooming and if haven’t seen it yourself, no worries – people in your Social Media are…