Traveling nomad Social Worker. Currently visiting US and Canada until christmas, then heading back to Denmark for a few months before re-visiting the UK and what happens from there we'll see
I'm interested in learning about new cultures and meeting new people online (to begin with) that I can maybe meet up with on my travels for coffee and banter.
I like watching films and I have watched a lot! Favourite films though will also be Lord of The Rings, but I'm into any genre really, even scary films although they scare me to bits!
Anything really. I'd like to think I'm pretty good at holding up my end of the conversation, probably comes with being a curious person by nature.
I'll be doing Social Work somewhere in this world, just trying to do my bit to leave this place better than I found it.
That apparantly more people get bit by New Yorkers than by sharkes every year. A New Yorker told me this whilst she was trying to explain that New Yorkers are just pretty aggressive people. I spent 3 weeks there this summer though and thought all the people I met were great!
When your phone didn't take up as much attention as it does now.
How much just a smile from a stranger can make someones day. If you meet a less fortunate person on the street then SMILE and wish them a good day. It might sound akward but it makes the world of difference.
A career without obstacles sounds kinda boring - BUT it also depends on what kind of obstacles you face. Obstacles that prevent you from doing your job can be very demoralizing, but obstacles that challenge your perception and knowledge can be very refreshing.
I cook mean Indian food.
I'm pretty good at making my way around new places WITHOUT Google Maps.
I'm so excited about what my future might bring. I have decided travel extensively over the next (hopefully) 1+ years or so. It's nothing to do with finding myself as I am very comfortable with who I am and what I can offer, however I do want to visit a lot of amazing places as I'll have more than enough time to get back to work - after all I'll probably be working till I'm 80 anyways!
The fact that we are putting more much value into materialistic things than we are into human beings. We have faith in science, money and all sorts of materialistic things but such little fair in our humanity.
Burning my fingers on the stove because I absolutely HAVE to check if it works, even if's glowing red!
I've lived in both Scotland and Luxembourg, so I'm no stranger to living abroad. Currently considering China og New Zealand, just really depends where the wind takes me.
is something I think we should all try out best to do. You don't have to take on the weight of the world, something as simple as being kind to your fellow person goes a long way.
a lot of things, but mainly I'm excited about my future right now. I have finally done what I have been thinking about for years, and that is traveling until I feel like I've been to the places and seen the stuff I want to see around the globe.
Totally! I mean you learn for as long as you live, right? I've defintely done things I regret, however some of the experiences that I thought I'd regret I haven't because, as cliché as it sounds, it's made me who I am today - and I think I'm a pretty cool human being.
oh dear that's a big questions - very philosophical too! I believe that nobody is born selfish or evil, that's all something that's taught as we grow up, but fundamentally I believe that human nature is good.
airplane tickets are cheapest 52 days before you decide to travel abroad.
Philosophy and ethics!