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 festivalContinue reading “Starting Summer off Right at Distortion Nørrebro”

5 Questions That Make Me Crazy and 5 Things That Keep Me Sane

Since I’ve moved to Denmark, I get asked the same questions pretty frequently. 1. How do you like Denmark/How are you adjusting? 2. What are you planning to do for work? 3. How long do you plan to stay in Denmark? 4. Have you started classes/How’s your Danish? 5. Do you miss your home? Honestly,Continue reading “5 Questions That Make Me Crazy and 5 Things That Keep Me Sane”

Meetup at the Color Run

Making friends as an adult is definitely difficult, but not entirely impossible. The two places that most people make friends are at school and at work. Unfortunately for me, I have neither of those at the moment. I’m still unemployed, and I’m not yet enrolled in Danish classes. Therefore, I get asked how I’m managingContinue reading “Meetup at the Color Run”

Redefining the Cross-Country Road Trip: Copenhagen to Aalborg

Last week, I was in Aalborg for my boyfriend’s father’s 66th birthday party. I was really hoping to be able to document a Danish birthday, and I looked forward to it all week. Sadly, I was feeling under the weather last Saturday, and I ended up sleeping for most of the weekend. Now I haveContinue reading “Redefining the Cross-Country Road Trip: Copenhagen to Aalborg”

A Bike-less Biker in a Biking City

After half a year in Copenhagen,  I’m still bike-less, and when I tell anyone that, their reaction is something like “Oh. So how to do you get around?” I usually respond by saying, “Well, my legs are short, but they work just fine. So yes, I can meet up with you in Indre By orContinue reading “A Bike-less Biker in a Biking City”