It’s your first few weeks in Copenhagen, you are no longer getting lost on your way from point A to point B and all the hassles that come with being a new student in Copenhagen seem to have dissipated. You now feel like you finally got it all together…
But wait! Oops!! there is just this one tiny detail you haven’t yet figured out.
Yes, you guessed right! You need a job.
Hew-geh, Hoo-gah, Hygge? It can occur while enjoying a cup of hot chocolate on a chilly winter’s night. Or maybe while drinking a cold Tuborg under the blue sky of a summer’s day. Read about all the ingredients you need to make hygge and about hygge-haters!
Now that you’ve finally arrived in Copenhagen and3 people running are eager to start your study abroad period in this new beautiful city, you might be faced with a lot more free time than you’re previously used to. If you’re the type of person who likes staying active and playing sports with fellow students, then you’re in luck.
You are new in town, there is no one to hang out with; reading that book isn’t an attractive prospect at the moment, all of a sudden your room seems much smaller and you are getting bored to death. The excitement of the past few days seem a distant memory and Netflix won’t even do the trick. Sound familiar? Yes, I thought so too.