Right now this feels like a diary into the blogosphere. I have been wanting to write for quite some time. In Sweden, blogs are quite popular and I’ve followed quite a few- still am. I realise I have work in front of me to make sure that this blog is appreciated by my readers. I’d say I’m a helpful person naturally and like sharing. If there are stories I can share to help someone that would be incredible. Having recently moved country and been through everything that it involves I will share that story. There are so many stories I look forward to sharing with you! As I’ve said before I’ve experienced a lot in my life- still am of course. I look forward to sharing my stories here from when I was an au-pair in Paris also working in IKEA (of course Swedish as I am…) to exploring Ibiza taking advanced diving certificate- oh and our boat sank… to our road trip in Chile where we visited vineyards and peacocks! We’ve also travelled with our daughter since she was 3 months. I remember the first flight with Ryanair. I realise again that the structure of this blog is vague and unstructured but… am strategising to increase and capture my audience. Currently reading up on how to increase my readers, monetising the blog, best lay-outs, content etc etc. It’s true science mastering a blog! But what’s important to me is to find people who can and want to read my recommendations and find them useful and that they will help you- I know what it’s like to feel alone in a new country and the cycle of settling in from registering with authorities, finding doctors, a place to live, the best grocery stores to shop from, to online websites- hello Amazon Prime! Please find your way to Denmark…! There are so many good things as well I’ve discovered in my life in other places that’s lacking in Copenhagen: Reiss, Laura Mercier, Amazon Prime, Liz Earle… and I know I’m sounding materialistic now and yes of course I can/ will find alternatives but these are good products and it is the small things in life that make the difference! Not to talk about plates and Royal Copenhagen. Of course they are beautiful and I remember growing up in Sweden how much more people buy the same things- so I also miss John Lewis in the U.K.!!! Ok now I rambling again and probably sounding like some shopping maniac. I’m not… I truly just want to share my experience and recommendations. I enjoy researching and looking up things so- just now… am waiting for a good receptive audience to also hear what you want to hear more about in my repertoire of stories and recommendations?
I look forward to hearing from you.