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London Baby

2019-03-27 | Short read, UK | No Comments

I’ve just spent four days in London with my family. My daughter Sofie and her boyfriend Rasmus has been living there since August. Both my mom and I have birthdays in March. So, we went there for our birthday celebrations and to spend some time together for once. I love London. I love the diversity, […]

Management by Fear

2019-03-20 | Denmark, Rwanda, Short read | No Comments

I just finalized my next article. Its about my visit to Rwanda and it has been difficult writing it. Its been tough thinking about my visit again, so emotional. I ended up spending several days writing the article, because I needed breaks in between. Thinking about all those people killed during the genocide. All those […]

Home sweet home

2019-03-14 | Denmark, Long read | No Comments

I haven’t been active on my blog the last week. My writing routine is a bit off after I came home. I’m still trying to adjust to everyday life – it is especially hard to get used to the cold weather and the rain. I’ve been freezing, some days just wanted to stay under my […]

Goodbye Namibia – goodbye Africa

2019-03-03 | Namibia | No Comments

Today I am leaving Namibia. The only country where I haven’t interviewed any humanists. So far, I know the country doesn’t have any humanist or atheist organisations – or at least no organisations are members of Humanists International. I decided to visit anyway – purely for recreational reasons. So, I have been on holiday the […]

POV International & I

2019-02-28 | Babelfish, Denmark, Uganda | No Comments

I am happy to be able to break this news today. Going forward I will be a writer for the Danish online media POV International. This is amazing. They have so many fantastic journalists and writers who publish on their platform. The writers don’t get paid, but the readers can donate directly to the writers. […]

Arriving in Cape Town almost feels like coming home. It’s extremely European and according to locals very different from the rest of the country – which means I haven’t really gotten the full experience of this country. I’ve spent two weeks here in Cape Town and haven’t seen half of the sights. After travelling for […]

I – a tourist

2019-02-19 | South Africa | 1 Comment

The last few days I’ve focused on being a tourist in Cape Town – no interviews, no writing, no editing. I’ve been exhausted and extremely tired. I’ve had writers block – not being able to write anything that made sense. So, I needed this break, relaxing, watching Netflix and not thinking about the next steps. […]

Goodbye Botswana

2019-02-13 | Botswana | 1 Comment

It is difficult to comprehend the amount of open spaces in Botswana – the country is the size of France, but France has almost 30 times as many citizens. So much space everywhere. The Khalihari Desert covers a large part of the country. Together with the Okavanga Delta and Chobe National Park it attracts a […]