In a country like Denmark, there are an extraordinarily amount of possibilities in terms of education. Because of that, parents who might have had different living conditions in their native country tend to put more pressure on their children when it comes to education. But is that really a bad thing? Or is it merely an attempt to make us harness the opportunities they never had?
I was completely terrified about the idea of working in 'the real world', but I knew I needed an internship in order to build my future career. My time at Roots Food turned out to be so much more than another company on my CV, as it provided me with friends, memories and personal development. Here is my life as an intern.
My fresh-out-of-high-school mind was blown away! You could choose not to hand in an exam and not fail immediately? The idea was completely strange to me.
On the 26 August last year, I met this old, gorgeous, patient and silent lady, who introduced herself as Copenhagen. In the beginning, I have to say, she seemed rather cold.