Relocating – a challenge.

Are you relocating this summer, either to Denmark, or from Denmark to a new country with your family? Then you will recognise the hardships involved …

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Going home this summer and planning to sublet your Danish home short term?

Are you planning to make a little extra money by renting out your apartment or house while you are away? If you do so, you …

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Fostering world class citizens – the challenge

Finding a school which prepares your child for adult life can be challenging. Meet students from the Copenhagen International School Class of 2019 and find …

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A vicious circle: you can only get better at Danish if you speak it daily – but you have to be good to be able to use it daily.

French trailing spouse Sylvie Reynolds had done what she was told to do if she wanted any chance of a job here; she had learnt …

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Going Christmas shopping? Don’t forget your BYTTEMÆRKE!

It’s that time of the year when homes, shops and streets are beautifully decorated; and many of you are planning your Christmas gift shopping. If …

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Trailing partners – choosing life experiences over work experiences

Are you suffering from what I call the expat partner conundrum where you have to choose life experiences over work experiences because you follow your …

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With all the wind – do you know how cold it is for your skin when you go outside?

You probably already know about the effect of wind to enhance how cold you feel. DMI’s chill factor index helps you asses just how cold …

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The diary in my moving box

A move to a new country, the surprising find of an old diary – all part of a personal journey, which reveals to our writer …

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EXPAT CHILDREN: WHAT IT’S LIKE TO GROW UP ROOTLESS

Interview with psychologist and co-founder of Globally Local, Anita Mayntzhusen. Be inspired to help your own children by her findings and insights from her study of …

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How to become the happiest native in the world? Find out in the “Year of Living Danishly”

Can going native in the world’s ‘happiest’ country, really make you more content? Archetypal Londoner and journalist Helen Russell made it her mission to find …

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