Sticks’n’Sushi : Vesterbro

I’ve never posted about a restaurant before, so I’ve decided to give it a try. I’m definitely not a ‘foodie’. I love good food, but I could never claim to be an expert in the field. Since this is my first attempt, I’ll keep it very short. A few weeks ago, I went to Sticks’n’Sushi with […]

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My First Ever European Music Festival: Tinderbox 

*Warning: Picture heavy post* I’m a huge fan of live music. I’ve seen a lot of musicians and bands play in my life, but there’s a long list of acts I want to see. One of the bands on that musical bucket list was Modest Mouse. Over the winter, I found out that they were […]

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Tiger: A Coping Mechanism for a Dollar Store Addict

*Caution: Picture heavy post* One thing that I really miss about living the States is the abundance of cheap shopping options. I love stores like Target and Marshall’s because you can find everything you could possibly want for very little money. But I’m even more obsessed with Dollar Tree and Five Below. I get giddy […]

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4 Signs That I’m Starting to Settle Into Expat Life

I’ve been in Copenhagen almost 8 months, and honestly, I’ve felt like I’ve been in limbo this whole time. Back in Philly, I had a job, friends, family, and a full schedule, but last October I put that all on hold to start from scratch in Denmark. Since I’ve arrived, I’ve felt very limited. Yes, […]

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Starting Summer off Right at Distortion Nørrebro

Last Wednesday, Distortion started in Copenhagen. This is a five-day music festival that takes place all across the city. The first day kicked off in Nørrebro, which also happens to be my neighborhood. It would have been crazy not to go (since it was literally right outside my window), so I ventured out into the festival […]

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