Denmark has a major challenge in the future, which is to maintain the welfare state. Back in 2007, the bourgeois government, with Anders Fog as prime minister, laid the foundation and direction of the public sector as we know it today, partly through the welfare reform. This reform aimed to ensure a more efficient and economically viable public sector that could meet Denmark’s future challenges such as the growing amount of elderly people. (more…)
I studied at the danish university in Aarhus from 2010 to 2015. The five years meant living of the danish SU which is around 5.000 DKK a month. I lived in a studio apartment where I had my own room and shared the rest with a couple of friends. Decoration and design was never something I really spent time on or had the money to buy. Since I got my full time job at a danish agency, I moved to my own apartment and now I finally have time to live the life I always wanted. Yeah sounds stupid but its nice to have your OWN bathroom 🙂
Some people er just meant to be, but for the most of us, I think that becoming an entepreneur was a simple question of chance and meeting the right people.
I’ve been wondering about this for some time now. Becoming and entrepreneur and staying on this course is such a different way of living than anything else I can imagine. How does it happen that one decides to go down this part?
I’ve written down my short story in this post and also asked a few friends in the topic of how they began. (more…)
Although the respected most authority of gambling math in this planet, the Wizard of Odds, differs our point of view, but you can surely increase your chances of winning. They say, “all betting systems are worthless” because in the long you can never beat the house edge, but most of us play for a limited time while they are travelling. So if you want to be a seasonal winner you can try the Martingale betting system. You will win small but mostly it will be quite assured.
Sport is big in Denmark. Football is by far the most popular sport with over 313,000 players in more than 1600 clubs. Our national football team have also achieved some impressive results, like qualifying for the European Championships six times in a row (1984–2004) and winning the UEFA Championship in 1992.
We created handball – yep, that was us! It’s the second most popular sport here, and there are 146,000 licensed handball players. Both our male and female national teams have reached high international rankings. (more…)