Albrechtsen is an American journalist living in Denmark writing about the Danish Happiness phenomenon. Interestíng perspectives and comments from this Blog have been incorporated in her new book, A Piece of Danish Happiness (available on Amazon). Check out her website http://www.happydenmark.com.com or email her on firstname.lastname@example.org. She can also be reached on +45 5117 6876
An Indian student studied master's in chemical and biochemical engineering and currently member of Youth Good Will Ambassador Corps Denmark. I am writing about some insights of Denmark from my perspective related to day to day life, education, food as well as sports. You are welcome to follow me on twitter @enlighting and ask any question you have. .
You are reading the blog of a 21 year old Danish girl, obsessed with fashion, interior design, music and life style in general. I’ve moved to Herning to study Fashion Design at TEKO and I’m enjoying every aspect of it. Besides that I love sunshine, photography, DIY-projects, being creative and in addition to that I get a lot of my inspiration from my everyday surroundings.Copyright © Stine Olsen. All rights reserved on photos taken by me.
I am an Art History student, living and studying in Copenhagen. This blog will take you through my day to day thoughts on exhibitions, museums and cultural happenings in Copenhagen as well as the rest of Denmark. I wish to share my experiences with you and I hope for you to share yours with me.
A recent Irish import with a passion for all things wild. Living in Odense with my Danish boyfriend. The master plan is to improve my danish and find a nature-environment-conservation related job. When I'm not battling with soft d's I can be found digging in the garden, stalking birds in the woods or generally trying to get away from civilization into the wilderness.
Blog about studying and living in Denmark seen from international student eyes, always full of curiosities, pictures and informative videos that you, future student will not want to miss! Always interested in fashion, beuaty, animals, good food, travel, new cultures and places on earth. Do not forget to check www.meyouucn.blogspot.com :)
By day, I work in IT Finance. By night, I eat, drink, and do everything I can to embrace the infamous hygge. A New York transplant arriving in Copenhagen in March 2011, I consider it my moral obligation to navigate, sometimes with reckless abandon, this amazing and ground-breaking foodie scene we've got here. And then? Well, obviously I'll write about it.
Carol Schroeder has an M.A. in Danish literature from the University of Wisconsin and runs a gift and gourmet shop in Madison, WI called Orange Tree Imports. Her daughter Katrina Schroeder is a Registered Dietician working on a fellowship in adolescent nutrition in Boston. Join them as they explore the delights of traditional Danish cooking and New Nordic cuisine for Eat Smart in Denmark, a culinary guide to be published by Ginkgo Press in the U.S. in 2014.
I was born with a traveller’s suitcase in my hand. I am from Armenia, an ancient land of amazing beauty and big-hearted people. A few years ago a courageous Dane stole me over and after two weddings and two years of fabulous adventures in China and Germany, here we are settled in the fairy-tale country of Denmark. In September 2012 I am going back to the books and starting my Masters at DTU. Staying true to the travel spirit I work at Everplaces, where we build a tool for travellers. From my homebase in Copenhagen I am onto exploring the beautiful gems and curious traditions this land holds. To follow my adventures you can also check out my personal blog at http://movsisyan.dk/blog
A wannabe-Copenhagener-real-New Yorker's perspective on cycling culture in New York City and what the Big Apple can learn from spending time riding rapt over the bridges of the Danish capital. Biking across the harbors of King Christian IV may be just what the City's citizenry should experience in order to see that simply riding a bicycle is all the American metropolis needs to do to upgrade its stagnant transit system. Follow Eric on Twitter too @clintonledyard .
I always wanted to study abroad but I was not ready for such a big decision in time I graduated at 6-year secondary grammar school in Martin, Slovakia so I decided to get some experience at Slovak university first. I finished my bachelor's degree in political science in Trnava in June 2012 and I am starting my new life in Denmark with a new study major Marketing Management at the Business Academy Aarhus. I am obsessed with writing, reading books, exercising from working out in fitness centre to yoga (I am also Piloxing instructor) and healthy cooking and I am pretty excited about doing all this things in my new home - Aarhus. You can join me on my personal blog postcardfromdenmark.posterous.com or on my FB page postcardfromdenmark where we can talk and get to know each other a little bit. I have also personal account on FB Barbara Brišová which I prefer to use it only for my closest friends, classmates etc. to keep it "personal" but you can always subscribe me and stay in touch with me this way. Thank you for your support it is really helping me to become better blogger. :)
Maria Vittoria Ceschi
I'm an italian girl, studying Economics in Milan. And I'm getting the chance to spend three months in Copenhagen for an Internship program in a small company run by artists. That's why I decided to take advantage from this experience to explore Denmark and scribble something of my "discoveries" in my blog. Sharing my knowledge with the others will add value to my path but also to other's paths. This is the goal that I'm trying to reach, so just jump aboard on my DRAKKAR(t).
Barrett Clemmensen Powell
Barrett Clemmensen Powell is an American entrepreneur, intercultural consultant, journalist , coach and author who came to Denmark in 2006 to study for a second master degree. She has lectured at Denmark's Roskilde University in the Culture and Identity Institute, where she presented Samuel Huntington's "Clash of Civilizations" and both co-designed and co-taught a special semester course on religion and social media. She has lived and worked in the Middle East, Africa, Central and South America as well as her native country. She is passionate about her family, travelling, surfing, being on the ocean, reading, good food and hats. In 2013 she published the book "Midlife Opportunity" about power, wealth and wellbeing in early midllfe (ages 37-44) and featuring real life stories from Americans and Danes. The realities of "life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness" in Denmark, the land of the world's happiest people, has many interesting moments! For Barrett, “building bridges between people and across cultures” is her passion. She is also often people-watching on Copenhagen’s Nyhavn and in various cafés. SUBSCRIBE: Send an email to clemmensenpowell(at)gmail.com
After a six month exchange jaunt in Århus in 2011, I've made my way back on the arm of a gentleman and in the pursuit of hygge. In this city I fill my days riding around on a rusty bicycle, observing the seasons change and drinking an obscene amount of coffee. I enjoy taking photos, writing shy poems and telling lies to drunk men in bars. This blog is where I share our adventures and shenanigans as we drink, dance, eat and cycle through the streets Århus.
Brought together by faith - Camila and Andrea came to Denmark to share one great passion: getting to know other cultures! And yes, as good Brazilians, they talk a lot, laugh out loud, take millions of pictures and love to share this with everyone! That's where they came up with the idea of this blog! A place to share their views about Denmark with others who are also living here, Danes and expats alike! They hope to understand a little bit more about this country, its people, and culture through this photo project.
Welcome to this “blog of thoughts” where a French lover of Scandinavia is sharing some insights, wonders and good tips about Denmark, and especially Aarhus City! Fanny is a 22 years old girl studying in Aarhus for six months as part of her Master’s degree in Journalism. She got the travel bug when she settled down for a while in Los Angeles, and since then she has never considered herself as a tourist again, trying to live as a true local wherever she unpacks her suitcases.
Matthew James Harrison
Award-winning British photojournalist Matthew James Harrison has over four years of professional experience working in the newspaper and magazine industry. He has provided images and articles for the BBC and MTV, and for many of the UK's national publications. Now living in Copenhagen, Matthew is working as a freelance photographer and has just started a new company, www.shootingcopenhagen.com- a series of workshops for amateur photographers. In his spare time Matthew is also a musician, a scuba-diving instructor, and runner. You can see more of his work by visiting www.photographybymatthewjames.com
Welcome to Linsen Projektet. Kait Bolongaro captures her Danish experiences through the lens of a camera. Peer into the life of a foreigner studying, traveling and working around Denmark. An Italian-Canadian journalist, Kait is settling in Denmark for one year to complete a Masters in Journalism.
Expect a blog on being a young entrepreneur in Denmark and how to have both a full-time study, a job and two companies work out among other topics like self-improvement, sports and marketing - and remembering that there's more to life than books, beers & bits. My prime entrepreneur-project is JUF.dk and my personal blog is Halfdantimm.dk.
Short and brunette migrant from sunny Italy. Can a person like this survive to Denmark? Daniela: an ugly duckling in Blonde&Tall-land, is trying to find the essence of “being Danish” and will write down her perplexities and discoveries about Danish culture and behaviours. Student of Journalism, she has found herself tied up to Aarhus, and moved again in this town to take a MA, after having lived in here 8 months in 2011. This time she looks to the city with the eyes of a citizen, but still feeling as a foreigner. Cause, she misses real pizza sometimes.
Hello everyone, my name is Laurette. I am French. I have had a passion for Copenhagen and Danish culture since summer 2008. I visited the city and literally fell in love with it. Curious about different lifestyles and always eager to meet new people , I enjoy being an expatriate in Copenhagen everyday. With this blog, I intend to share my perspective on the city, its inhabitants and give you an insight of Danish culture. I love Art, music, style, architecture and design. I support any cultural events or creative initiatives that make people gather and have fun all together. So that's what I will promote here!! I hope you'll enjoy MY wonderful Copenhagen.
Sarah Maria Klitgaard
A Londoner who is 3/4 Danish and studied at Aarhus University. A little bit of an outsider, a little bit of a native, join me in my quest to find a good supply of sild in England and keep my grasp of Danish culture fresh. Expect writing about fashion, culture and good places to eat and drink in Denmark. To find out more about my other writing, visit my blog, Land of Opportunity or find me on Twitter at @OpportunityLand
Doing his master's in Aarhus, Sparsh is an electrical engineer with a passion for writing. He has an extensive experience in the field of journalism back home in Mumbai and has worked in the editorial departments of two of India's leading English dailies. He mostly writes about his positive experiences (despite facing a lot of problems) as an international student and trends in Denmark.
Came to Denmark in 2007 with my Danish wife, after living in England for a number of years, (you can take the woman out of Aathus but you cannot take Aarhus out of the woman!). After a career helping people and organisations to manage change, I decided to turn those skills and that experience to helping other expats and international better manage their own transition to life in Denmark, and recently started my own business. When I'm not doing that I let my Dansk-Svensk Gårdshund take me for long walks, contribute to the development of Aarhus International Rotary Club and apologise to everyone that my Danish is still so bad after being here for so long.
Sherry (Yan) Shi
From China, with the educational background of Teaching Chinese as A Foreign Language, Sherry is a big fan of culture and languages. The experience with Danish companies and Danes interested and motivated her to further explore the country. While studying journalism in Aarhus, Sherry would love to share her journey in Denmark with all of you. Feel free to contact her via email@example.com
My name is Mikkel Kongsfelt. I am a PhD student in Nano science, run a small online business, dream about living partly self-sustainable, blog and try to live a harmonic life together with my wife and 2 kids. I want to live my life by pursuing my goals, but at the same time live a happy and harmonic life. All of this is of course not possible, but I try to pick and choose what is important for me - this is what I call living "My Danish Dream". You could also call it the "Modern Dream". This is what you will find me blogging about here! Want to know more about me? Feel free to connect with me on Google plus +Mikkel Kongsfelt
Copenhagen newcomer, trying to balance work and life in a busy city. I'm on a never ending mission to expand and nurse my network of friends, in the hope of evolving into a better me - my ME-volution. Do you have something you want to ask me or discuss? Then find me on Google+: +Michael Kjeldsen
A Swiss journalism student came to Denmark and did not want to leave it anymore – let's see for how long that plan works out. Living in Copenhagen and experiencing the Danish way of life with all its fun, winter depression, beautiful summer and adventures. A good mood writer and fun-loving shot of opend-mindedness Swissness that can be seen sitting around Copenhagens cafés, benches or parks writing in her notebook or observing the Danish way of well-being.
An ordinary 25 year old guy, I am currently deputed in Aarhus, Denmark by my employer in order to engage and work more closely with our Danish client. This is the first time I have traveled outside my home country, India. Since landing at Kastrup Airport in Copenhagen, its not so much that this country has impressed me, in fact Denmark is as I expected it to be, like any other developed western nation. Rather its the Danes themselves and their way of life that has left me enchanted. After a few months here, I was almost on the verge of concluding that the Danish society is the perfect one, an Utopia in itself. However, sometimes I do have questions in my mind, is it really so ? I will write about my experiences here as well as try to give a glimpse into the Danish workplace (working in one where half of my colleagues are Danes)
I am living "the life" as it is given and enjoy the process of approaching unlimited freedom as well as the present moment. I want to experience the full scale of what the concept of love and desire may imply as life does total worthy of whatever my hearts desire. Never settle for second not now not never. I sometimes stuff my self with intensive learning program and sometimes do totally nothing. I like in particular subjects as economics, sociology, philosophy, art, Alternative/electro music. I enjoy to be around people with self-dicipling, playing on higher level. Passionate, ambitious, creative and loving.I will treat you with respect, give credit and add value to friendship if you appreciate.
Student and entrepreneur is a blog by Sasa Kovacevic who is currently studying IT at Aarhus School of Business and Social Sciences while managing the role as CEO at Alor.dk and working part time for Denmarks new take away portal Hungry. Prepare yourself to read articles about self-improvement, business, school and of course how all of this interacts with friends and family. Follow me here: Sasa Kovacevic
Nabi is a worldwide working, quite nomadic video journalist, artist contributing culture-focused video news to several TV stations, desk out of Europe. Travelling inside the happiest nation, she has met amazing landscape, old & wise tradition and the happy people. Spot Denmark will share Nabi's travel story through ordinary yet special towns in Denmark and making stories of news production. Recently she just covered a video news on the pre-school nature kindergarten. She works mainly for South Korean National TV station.
Jens Jakob Andersen
‘Minimalist in Denmark’ is a blog by me, Jens Jakob Andersen. Topics will be about living a minimalistic, happy and entrepreneurial lifestyle in small and rich Denmark. I myself am working on becoming economically independent, which is primarily done through iloebesko.dk. You can follow me here: jensjakobandersen.dk
A Pakistani's adventures in the world's favourite scandanavian destination. Living and working (On green card visa) in Denmark for the past 3 years I share my tips and experiences of the do's and dont's of the first few months, "must see"'s in Denmark, Green card visa, and living on a budget in one of the most expensive capitals. Happy reading!
Hello, my name is Xiaojing Ma. “Xiao” (笑) means “smile” in Chinese, and I have smiley holes on my cheeks, so maybe it was my destiny to land in “Smilets By” Aarhus 10 years ago. I was a student in Aarhus School of Business, and I decided to continue my life in Aarhus after finishing my master’s degree in Finance. I hope we can share some “hyggelige” experiences on my blog and get aesthetical inspirations from the Danish way of happiness. You can also find me on Facebook and LinkedIn (Xiaojing Ma) and Twitter @UniverseAroma. Vi ses/See you!
This is a blog by Kasper Andreassen. I’m a young man in his twenties living in Copenhagen. I moved here from North Jutland about 5 years ago. I love working with web related stuff and are currently working on various projects, among them my own site GaveGuru.dk. This blog will be about enjoying life, whatever it’s exploring the big city, or simply just relaxing at home with a cold beer and an episode of Family Guy (I’m a big TV-show geek). It will also be about my own life, juggling multiple projects, self-improvement, and anything in-between. Feel free to ask me anything – you can find me on Google+: +Kasper Andreassen
In connection with my education 15 years ago, i came to the hospital of Skagen. I lost my heart to the city and the stunning scenery surrounding it. I moved to Skagen in 2007. On my blog i will share with you some of the experiences the city gives and have given me. I also write about Skagen on my website, SkagenNu.dk, if you are interested in learning more.
My name is Louise Villadsen and this blog will take you through my daily life in Denmark. You can expect topics like fashion, health, music, self-improvements and lifestyle in general. Besides that, this blog will contain some good tips about Denmark - especially ”Smilets By” Aarhus. Feel free to ask me about anything.
Kim André Langholz
Denmark through my eyes – A young, married, danish dreamer and traveller. Situated in the most beautiful place in Denmark, Sønderborg, where I live a life only a few could dream of. Or so I like to think at least… I'm an online entrepreneur which makes me able to enjoy life in an unusual way. My two prime projects are Langholzmarketing and Billigepuslespil.dk. Remember that you can connect with me on Google+
Hi, I’m Jan. I’m 34 years old, born and raised in the Capital of Denmark Copenhagen and now currently living in Hornslet, nearby Aarhus, with my girlfriend and dog. I’m an internet entrepreneur and an online marketing manager at the online appliances shop WhiteAway.com. Welcome to my blog “A Glimpse of Denmark” at Denmark.dk. If you want a small glimpse of Danish culture from my perspective, you’ve come to the right blog. Read on if you’re interested in food and healthy living, cool places to visit and fun facts about Denmark :-) You can also read more about me at my personal homepage.
My name is Hristos Fleturis. In my 22 years I traveled from the South of Europe to the North, and here is why: I was born in Greece, moved to Romania and now I study in Denmark. As you can see, I am slowly conquering the world. I don’t know where exactly I will be in the future, but until then, I have time to discover more of Denmark and Scandinavia and share my thoughts here with you. The thoughts of a Greek Romanian guy who lives in Denmark…
Malene Freudendal-Pedersen is working as an assistent professor at the Department of Environmental, Social and Spatial Change at Roskilde University (RUC), where she is a part of the research group Space, Place, Mobility and Urban Studies. Her main research interest are mobility and sustainability with special focus on everyday life and behaviour.
Noha Abd Elmobdy
22 year-old with an egyptian background. I study mechanical engineering at the Technical Univesity of Denmark. I was born in Copenhagen, Denmark. My famliy and I moved to Egypt when I was 9 years old; and we've lived there for about 6 years. So we came back to Denmark when I was about 15 years old; so you could say that I kind of learned alot from both worlds. Gave me a good perspective...
Patrick Bay Damsted
I used to be obsessed with the future, now I am very happy exploring the present. I am 38 years old, have two daughters and is Head of New Thoughts at my own consultancy company Soulfish ApS. Here I work with Danish and International organizations and companies, developing and putting products and services to the market.
I am a Copenhagener reporting from the city’s busy bicycle lanes. My bike is made for riding, and I ride all over the place, jumping off at spots for practical reasons or to take in upper and underground city culture. Half my life I have cycled in this city. I do not wear a helmet and I have not fixed a single puncture but I know where it can be done with a smile. Follow me and you too will find out the best way to move around in Copenhagen is by bike, not because you can. Because you love it.
I moved to Copenhagen from London in spring 2010 with my Danish partner, and found Denmark to be a fascinating place full of contradictions. In September I started sharing my impressions of Denmark in a blog on Berlingske Tidende (http://shahar.blogs.berlingske.dk) which later moved to Politiken (http://blog.politiken.dk/shahar). I try to use humour to explore Danish culture and the country's relationship with foreign professionals.
My Copenhagen is about my journey and the adventures I am experiencing whilst living in a new city. I am an Australian who moved to London seven years ago and fell in love with the city almost instantly. I loved exploring and discovering my now favourite places to eat, read, meet friends and spend time on my own. Now I am embarking on a new career which finds me in Copenhagen.
Winnon Brunson Jr
A Fulbright student from St. Louis, Missouri, USA taking Master's level courses in the Department of Public Health at the University of Copenhagen. I like to blog about Danish culture in general and just some of the differences between Danish and U.S. culture. I have another blog that you are more than welcome to check out: brunsonw.wordpress.com
I am Madelein. A Venezuelan girl who fell in love with Denmark back in 2008 and decided to come back as an au pair to explore more about Denmark, its society, language and culture. I live with a Danish family, so everyday i learn a little bit about Danish families and how they live their everyday life, how they behave once they are at home and how they spend their leisure time.
Stine Nørgaard Lykkebo
One metropolis + one Danish girl = a lot of perspectives on Danish culture and history. The metropolis is currently Paris. The Danish girl’s name is Stine. And the perspectives will be on art, design and fashion – always with a Danish and historical point of view... and maybe a little Parisian one.
Let me introduce you to: the top of the pop, the fly in the soup, the shrimp in the shrimp cream crease, the lady of the gig: MAJA HALD. That’s me. I’m a young and naïve Dane, who is a big fan of a lot of things, among other pancakes and Mikael Simpson. I know how to fold a paper hat and the dance move “the worm”. I will use all my superpowers to paint a picture of my Denmark and I eagerly receive tips about interesting people, sites and events: firstname.lastname@example.org
Student, mum, art-communicator and culture-craver. Born and raised in Copenhagen and has not lived outside the city apart from a brief stay in London (where I missed my bicycle, rye bread and the familiarity of never getting lost). Married to a Brit which is why i tell myself I have a broader perspective on what it means to be Danish.
Freelance journalist from the Netherlands and Scandinavian correspondent. I have been living in Denmark for 15 years and I feel quite at home here. But I am still sometimes astonished, amazed and bewildered by Danish traditions, customs and habits. Or frustrated because I feel homesick, lonely and rootless.
Part time editor, part time model, full time fashion lover. Half Jordanian, a quarter Romanian and a quarter Hungarian, Linda grew up in Romania and Jordan, with her family spread across the globe. In 2009 she moved to Aarhus, Denmark to complete her education. Her inspiration comes from traveling, music, movies or photography - and of course from all you fabulous bloggers out there!" Copyright ©Linda Ghabain All rights reserved on photos taken by me.