Monthly Archives: November 2009

Copenhagen Christmas Markets 2009

UPDATE: AOK published a rather long list of markets too. Check it out! Last year I did a round-up of Xmas markets around the Copenhagen area. I have done this again for 2009 for the LINK (Ladies International Network) newsletter and I’ve also received some great info on Christmas concerts from the LINK group. Here it is […]

Common Thread: Time For A Change

Have you ever noticed that sometimes the same theme or topic seems to repeatedly come up in random places or between disassociated groups of people? They don’t “seem” connected, but somehow they are. In the last couple of weeks, I’ve had four different people tell me the exact same thing…and it happens to be the very thing that I am […]

Mind is the Wielder of Muscles

“The force of a hammer blow depends on the energy applied; the power expressed by a man’s bodily instrument depends on his aggressive will and courage. The body is literally manufactured and sustained by mind. Through pressure of instincts from past lives, strengths or weaknesses percolate gradually into human consciousness. They express as habits, which in […]

Job Market Outlook for Denmark in 2010

Since a few of my posts are concerned about foreigners getting jobs in Denmark, I thought it would be of interest to post this article out today in Berlingske Tidende regarding the outlook for jobs in 2010. The following is a Google translation. While a proposed growth package could save 20,000 jobs, next year looks like […]

How I plan to spend the month of November

The summers are over way too quickly here in Scandinavia. I guess that’s why we savor it so much. That is if it happens to be a nice summer. This year was only decent and it was good that we opted for Italy instead of Norway for our summer holiday otherwise we would not have […]