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Find out what to do in LIFE. Make a living by doing something worth while/interesting.
I used to be quite the traveller and went about in the world for years meeting foreign cultures and people. Now, I mostly stay here in Copenhagen, working a full time job and living the sweet family life with my partner and son.
A few years back, I finished a masters in Anthropology, but then I ended up in the art business somehow.
Be at peace.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
Started on CS by hosting different people in Copenhagen with my friend Simon back in 2007. Later, I couchsurfed a lot of couches, floors and sofas for nearly half a year in places like Brazil, Argentina, Peru, Bolivia, Jamaica, Japan, Israel, France , USA. Although I don't travel much these days, I try to couchsurf at least once whenever I go somewhere new.
It's like a mixed bag of candy... you never know what you get - and that's the fun part of it! Sometimes it's really good, sometimes ok, sometimes it suck, but it's always interesting!
I enjoy many basic pleasures in life: music, food food and food, sleeping, movies, TV, the company of interesting people, being in nature, dancing, swimming, singing by myself, and many many other things...
- tv series
- artsy fartsy stuff
Music, Movies, and Books
Last week I read Knut Hamsun's story "The Wanderer", it was really good. Now I'm half way through Michel Houellebecq's Submission...
I really like music. I listen to it all the time, both at home and at concerts, and I used to play all sorts of things that I don't play anymore.
Movies and tv - love em both but Tv has definitely destroyed my ability to watch movies these days and so in fact, I just mostly watch tv and lots of it. I have pretty standard taste in tv and follow popular shows like West World, SKAM m probably watching that too!
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
Horse-surfing in the Philippines, sleeping in hammocks in the jungle in the Amazones... being a mom.
Teach, Learn, Share
Where there is power, there is resistance. (Foucault said that, not me)
What I Can Share with Hosts
Countries I’ve Visited
Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Canada, China, Cuba, France, Germany, Greece, Israel, Italy, Jamaica, Japan, Norway, Peru, Philippines, Portugal, Serbia, Spain, Sweden, Turkey, United Kingdom, United States, Uruguay
Countries I’ve Lived In
Brazil, Denmark, France, Israel, Taiwan