Two years later…

Earned bachelor degree: 2005. Then I worked. For years. I thought that was it. But there was a voice inside of me saying that there was more to life. After tens of scholarship applications and rejections (and a whole lot of perseverance) I made it. I came to Denmark in August 2014 and my husband…

Summer swimming

First time ever to swim at the beach. Here in Denmark. It was around 24 degrees, yet the water was still 10 degrees below the outside temperature. As a beach lover who is in the northern part of Europe, this is the best I can get.

Aarhus: More than just classes

As a MA candidate for Corporate Communication at Aarhus BSS, I might say that the study loads are quite heavy. Yet, I want to maximize my time in Denmark. That my life does not evolve around studying (yeah, right). So I volunteer. As a communication specialist at TEDxVennelystBlvd and unleash my passion for cooking and great…

The day I (sort of) met the queen

On April 16, 2015, Queen Margrethe II celebrated her 75th birthday. One week prior her birthday, she came to Aarhus as part of her birthday celebration! I admitted I skipped my stakeholder relation’s class for this. But hey, let’s put it this way: this is an example of stakeholder relations: from a queen to her…

Sparks on new year’s eve

This year is special because I welcomed 2015 in Denmark, with my husband. No specific plans, just home-cooked Indonesian style dinner and waited for the fireworks to start at exactly midnight. Fireworks, moonlight. Happy New Year 2015, happy people 🙂

Surprise, surprise… I’m in Denmark!

Just because I returned from the Netherlands two months ago, doesn’t mean that this blog is abandoned. You can still see Europe from my perspective, even more , because I am currently in Denmark for my master degree which takes about two years. Yup! I am now in Aarhus, the second largest city in Denmark; considered as…