I had a wonderful conversation with Karey Anne about how to get a job in Denmark as an Expat, International, Immigrant or whoever is trying to land a job in Denmark.
You hear rumors on how hard it is to get a job in Denmark, but you listen to this podcast, Karey Anne gives some amazing tips on how to get a call and even an interview.
A little about Karey Anne Duevang:
Karey Anne is the Director of English Job Denmark, the fastest growing community for international employment guidance in...
I am noticing so many international moms are creating their own jobs since they are having trouble finding a job in Denmark. It can be an online Anime Teacher, being a photographer, or even a yoga teacher AND so much more. I can keep the list going on the different projects different moms are doing while living in Denmark.
I am currently going through the same thing with my job search. It is difficult to find a job in Denmark, so now I created my website that will help families find all the...
Today I really want to talk about Career Change. The more I talk to International moms I am noticing more and more people changing careers or having completely different jobs when living in Denmark.
Why do we as an international feel like we need to change careers when we live in Denmark? I definitely did a big career change when I moved to Denmark. I was working in the Beverage industry in Sales and Marketing, and when I moved to Denmark I shifted my industry and career to Technology and...
I have talked to so many internationals/expats/immigrants living in Denmark and for some reason, many of them have the same pattern - Going back to school and Changing their Careers when they move to Denmark. I want to find out why so many expats and internationals decide to change careers when they move to Denmark.
Imagine going to school and working for years in your home country, but when you move to Denmark, nothing is equivalent to education here in Denmark. OR you simply can’t get a...
I got the pleasure to interview Gillian Wales Ravn from Jamaica but has lived abroad most of her life. On the podcast, we talked about how it was going from Jamaica to the UK and then Denmark to start her family with her danish husband.
If you want to hear some fun stories about living in the US and Denmark this podcast is definitely for you. We discuss the school systems to language AND her business Butterfly Box.
I am super excited for today’s episode because I will be interviewing an American Indian from San Francisco. We discussed how she grew up in an American Indian background and how her parents maintained the traditions within her childhood until adulthood.Plus raising her son now in Denmark and maintaining 3 cultures.
Srishti talks about how she ended up in Denmark and how she is raising her family in Denmark. The struggles, the culture shock and even her story about how she met her...
In this episode, I decided to do a solo episode about homesickness. I know we’ve all been there and have felt this awful feeling of Homesickness. Especially now with all these lockdowns and countries closing their borders.
People can’t visit their home country…
Also, I am really feeling homesick to the point where I wonder if moving back to Los Angeles is the best option. But I know this feeling will go away when I am doing something with friends and family here in Denmark OR having a short...
Today I have a very special person. She was my first interview when I first started this podcast back in October. I didn’t have the equipment or this radio show yet, but I wanted to make a big announcement about my podcast to my friends and family. At the same time, I met this amazing woman that has 4 kids under 5 years old. And to top it off, 2 of them are twins.
At the time, she wrote a book during her maternity leave with her twins. She is an international mom from Canada living in...
This episode is all about beauty, hair, and all the girly things women do. I wanted to talk about how moving to Denmark really changed the way I look at beauty and how I am in everyday life in Denmark vs in the US. I’m not saying it is a bad thing or anything, but on how I have changed so much since moving to Denmark.
1st - It is damn expensive to get hair cuts, hair color, nails done, and even waxing in Denmark.
2nd - weather and water can be a real factor in your skin and hair. I never...
I am interviewing a mom who is a Therapist, an expat mother, and moved to Denmark with her family 5 years ago. She helps many internationals cope with living abroad, and give them tools to get through life as an expat. We will talk about her life in Denmark with her family, and kids. AND, she will give some advice on moving abroad with children.
I haven’t really talked to many parents that moved to Denmark with older kids, so I am very happy to have her here.
To find out more about my...
This episode is all about helping this momma get through a very difficult time in her and her family's life right now.
This whole hour will be focused on Kathure’s family and her daughter, little Beautiful Ayah. Last November, Ayah got diagnosed with SMA which stands for Spinal Muscular Atrophy. SMA is a very rare disease and 1 out 10.000 children get diagnosed with this disease every year. It is so rare that Denmark has not approved the treatment for it since they only get 2 cases every...
This episode we will be talking to a dad who made his way into Denmark and is famous for making people laugh with his jokes about the danish language and some of the odd traditions that we all question about. I am so happy that he wanted to be on this radio show and podcast to talk about his experience being an international dad and his success as an english comedian in Denmark. If you live in Denmark, you might have seen him on TV 2 because he has been on there a couple times.
I hope you...
For some people, living abroad is their way of life and it is what makes life exciting. Whether it is in the Middle East or somewhere in China, living in different parts of the world is where some families thrive. The family gets to experience different cultures and languages while raising their own kids.
Today's guest is someone that left the US and never really returned. Michelle Hodge Anderson is an American Expat who moved abroad to teach English in Korea. From there she saw the world...
On today’s episode we will be talking about what to do during these long winter days in Denmark. To me the hardest months to be in Denmark is in January-March because it is cold, windy and dark. Also, especially during these corona times where most of the places are closed and locked down. You can’t even meet with friends and have lunch AND all children's places are closed too. What can we do to keep sane during this long dreadful winter especially with the corona times? Today I have a...
I’ve been interviewing so many incredible mom’s on this podcast and I love sharing their experience being an international parent. So today I am happy to say I have another dad willing to share his story on being a parent in Denmark.
A dad’s perspective and experiences are so different so I want to learn more about other dad’s living abroad and what they have to go through. For example:
How it is getting a job
Learning the language
Being an international dad
Today, we will be talking about raising children with special needs but more specifically about Autism. When I started this podcast I was only thinking of how hard it is raising kids in a different culture and country, but I didn’t realize that there are parents living the international life with children that have special needs. Talk about double whammy on the difficulty factor.
We have some superhero moms and dads out there, not only living abroad but in their home country raising their...
In today’s episode we are going to talk about how stressing being an international parent can be. We try to speak the language, adapt to the way of life and raise our kids in a completely different world then we grew up in. We also have the pressure of trying to keep it all together in front of our kids.
We’ve all been there, but how do we handle it. How can we breathe and relax during these stressful times.
This is why I have my guest today. She has helped me through some stressful times...
On Today’s episode, we will be talking about how some internationals have to change their life when moving abroad. Many International spouse’s don’t get enough credit for moving their life to a new country. They are leaving their life behind, so their other half can follow their dream jobs.
I talked to many internationals that had to give up their career or business behind in their home country and literally start over in Denmark.
It takes courage to start over and move abroad, but many...
On today's episode Dave(Sound Tech) and I will be recapping 2020. There were a lot of guests in 2020 and I would like to take the time and Thank them all! Also, highlight a few things that stood out to me while I was interviewing my guest.
If you missed any of the previous episodes, make sure to listen to them since ever guest has a different and inspiring story on how they moved abroad.
If you guys are wondering who the guy is, Dave is my sound tech at the radio station and he helps me:...
Every mom has a different experience while living abroad, so today we will be speaking to a Kenyan mom living in Denmark. In this episode Judy shares her life living in Denmark while a student and now with her husband and kids. Her husband is from Denmark and they have 2 little boys together. We will talk about Judy's journey from being a student, to being a mother and now an Entrepreneur in Denmark. Enjoy this fascinating story of an international mom abroad.
If you want to learn more...
I have reached day 25 and I wanted to make this very special video to thank all the people that have participated on this 25 days of Christmas Holiday Special. Also, I want to Thank the viewers and listeners for following me through this journey. This video is a small recap and what I have learned talking to many different internationals all over the world about their holiday from the country they came from.
Today, I will be talking with Jillian O'Mara who is an American but living in the Netherlands. This is a special episode since I will not interview a parent today but I am interviewing someone with a different prospective. Jilliam moved to Netherlands and will be talking about how they celebrate in the Netherlands.
If you want to learn more, you will have to hit the listen button.
Listen, Laugh and Enjoy
If you want to follow Jillian's journey in...
On this week's episode we will continue our conversation with Eike Einmann-Simpungwe
Last week we had our first episode where we talked about her life in Denmark with her multi-culture family. Just to recap to the listeners - Eike is from Estonia and her husband is from Zambia. They have 2 kids together and have lived in Denmark for several years.
Eike and her husband has made Denmark their home. They managed to teach their children multiple languages and kept their culture alive with their...
Today, I will be talking with Catie Friend from Scotland. She is currently living in Switzerland with her family. She talks about balancing the international family life in Switzerland while trying to keep her Scottish traditions.
Today, I will be talking with Ana Tajder is from Austria but living in the US wither her family. She will be talking about how she celebrated in Austria and now in the US. If you want to learn more. Listen to the latest episode. Listen, Laugh and Enjoy