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August 23, 2016

I pass by the statue of the famous Danish author H.C. Andersen a couple of times a week when I go into the centre of Málaga. And he was so right! – “To travel is to live”. That’s why my very first backer trip, at the age of 23, changed the things I wanted in life and that’s why I live in Spain today...

August 21, 2016

I grew up in Scandinavia and in this part of the world, it’s taken for granted that you speak good English, for example when applying for a university or a job.

We start learning English from a very early age in school, our films and TV-series aren’t synchronised but kept in the native language (whic...

August 17, 2016

Are you one of those feeling confused about the difference between translation and interpretation?

I have to once again share a TED-Talk with you (I just can’t help it!). This 11-min clip will give you a great insight into the topic.

The difference is actually very simple: Translation is written and i...

August 16, 2016

When learning a new language one sometimes has to step completely out of one’s comfort zone. Especially if you live abroad in a country where the language is spoken.

I can promise you that you will feel frustrated, uncomfortable and down once in a while. You’ll even end up in some real...

August 16, 2016

Where is home?

I’m getting to a point where I don’t know the answer to this question anymore. I was born in Denmark, moved to Sweden when I was 19 (and lived there on-and-off for 10 years), worked in Norway, studied a semester in Australia, traveled for a long period in South-East Asia, East Africa,...

August 16, 2016

I’ve thought about it for so long, and I’ve now decided to go “autónomo” (= self-employed) in Spain. To try my luck as a self-employed translator/language teacher..as a full-time freelancer! :) Find my own clients, create invoices for my services, take care of my tax matters by myself and so on. I’m...

August 15, 2016

I can recommend this TED-Talk if you’re interested in women’s rights and empowerment. Kahlida shares her own experiences with honor killings in Pakistan, in a very moving and engaging way.

Also, I have created the Danish subtitles for the talk. If you like languages and would like to try to do s...

August 15, 2016

I have finally started this blog and I’m planning on writing about my passion for international development, migration and women’s rights, but definitely also about languages and language learning. I work as a translator, and though I have many different plans for the future, then I enjoy this life...

August 15, 2016

“What should my next language to learn be?”, you might ask yourself. I think about this every day. I cannot help myself (just to let you know: it will probably be French, Arabic or Swahili), because learning a new language is such a pain-in-the-ass-challenge, and SUCH a reward at the same time....

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