When I lived in the UK, I was very much in my comfort zone. I had my friends from school, from football, I had a very respectable part-time job and I could foresee a steady rise to a very comfortable life. Moving to Denmark has been a great opportunity for me and it has without … Continue reading Will Denmark Accept Someone Like Me?
Recently I have been a little slow and inconsistent with posting. It is not the case that I have forgotten about this blog, in fact, if anything, it’s the opposite. I don’t have any excuses, but real life gets in the way. When you’re spending hours revising for exams you’re not so confident about; or … Continue reading Real life
One of these days, a few of us are going to need to have a sit-down and have a serious talk about voluntourism. By one of these days, I mean today. And by a few of us, I mean me. So, I'll start. I do not like it. Now, I know that there are many … Continue reading Why Voluntourism Is A Serious Problem
Don’t listen to Danes. You do need to know Danish in Denmark. I’ve lived in Denmark on two occasions. On the two occasions, I have lived in three different places and have studied at two different universities so I feel I can give a good overview of why it is important to learn Danish. Now, … Continue reading Don’t listen to Danes, you need to know Danish in Denmark
This year we need to be annoying. We need to show people what we've achieved. I used to cringe at new years resolutions, but this year I set some of my own. I already told you how I would like to do more things this in 2018, see more places, etc. But, I also want … Continue reading 2018: The Year of Being Annoying