Archive for category: AARHUS

Økodag: let the cows be free

Source: Instagram @iloveoko After the long, cold and dark winter all organic cows in Denmark get to be out of their cowsheds for the very first time in months. Approximately 80 organic farms in the country join together for this national event so that everyone can assist and witness the...

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Spring is here: the big children wardrobe change

In Denmark it is a bit tricky to say for sure that spring has finally arrived. Somedays temperature can quickly drop, the wind can continue to have its strong personality and there might be only few flowers that are courageous enough to blossom around this time of the year,...

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Practicalities during Easter: buses, groceries and more

Easter holiday’s in Denmark are celebrated more than many might expect when coming from abroad. Meaning that normal routines in the cities, workplaces, schools and more get shifted to completely new schedules. The following is  some relevant information in case you are spending your days from the 26th of...

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The viking moot in Aarhus celebrates 40 years

Right after The Little Mermaid, the first thing one might think in relationship with Denmark is the trace left by one of the most fearless group of men the world history ever knew: the Vikings. This civilization that ruled over these Nordic lands somewhere between the 790s and the 1060s left...

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Ultimate guide for the best summer in Aarhus

There are unlimited activities happening in this city on daily basis as the sun and good weather arrived. However, considering the vast number of events going on and the fact that they are meant to pleased everyone tastes, budgets and interests we have decided to make a quick and ultimate...

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Expat’s postnatal mental health

As an international or expat living in Denmark having your first child or perhaps second or third child can be an interesting journey. However a topic you might not expect to have to address is the topic of mental illness – particularly post natal depression, anxiety or other postnatal...

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Bilingual and multilingual children: the benefits, the myths and the facts

Raising bilingual or multilingual children is a big challenge for any family that decides to enter this path and it is more than normal to feel overwhelmed by the big amount of recommendations, resources  and even misinformation available everywhere. There are many questions that are raised right after deciding that you...

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Post birth in Denmark: what comes ahead

Congratulations, your family has a new member now! But as you will notice very quickly, life with children will be characterized by the great number of things to do, from medical follow ups, to activities and much more. The following is an overview of those first weeks after your baby...

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Giving birth in Denmark: what to expect

After solving all your doubts during the initial stages of your soon-to-be parental status, and perhaps experiencing your pregnancy in Denmark, a new set of uncertainties might appear as you come close to giving birth. A perfectly normal situation when you are facing this important chapter of your life away...

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