A whole new quiet world

Kongens Nytorv Copenhagen 14.03.20

It’s only been a few days since our prime minister told us to avoid crowds, work from home, stay indoors as much as possible, stay in the country and that our borders are now closing – but it is already affecting our world and daily lives a lot. This Covid-19 (corona virus) is a serious thing and I, as many others, worry for my loved ones who are elderly and/or have underlying illnesses.

Monday mumbles

Monday Mumbles 2020 week 11

 01. This week is bringing all sorts of lovely food experiences. Tuesday I’m going out with work (or well the marketing department) to eat some amazing Chinese food at Magasasa, Thursday I’m having sushi with Matt and Saturday I’m going out for steak and burgers with the guys and Shaneel (the girl I’m a maternity cover for) to say bon voyage to her – as she’s moving to another country.

Monday mumbles

monday mumbles week 6 2020

 01. Hola people! January has once again come and gone with the blink of an eye. It’s bonkers that it’s already February… Seriously time flies these days. It’s been a while since I’ve popped in and given an update. This year I will do better (she said whilst not having posted in January lol), not just for you, but for me! I love being able to go back and see/read what was happening. This reminds me that I will probably be posting some stuff from last year and “backwards” publish it so the date will fit. I’ll let yall know once I’ve done it.

Do you keep track of your work hours?

Har du styr på, hvor mange timer du arbejder?

Jeg startede med at arbejde da jeg var omkring de 13-14 år. Et af mine første jobs var som ungarbejder i Babysam. Når jeg troppede op på arbejde hver lørdag samt eftermiddage efter skole, skulle jeg ‘skrive mig ind’ på et stykke papir – det var den måde de brugte registrering af arbejdstid dengang (det var jo faktisk helt tilbage i 2004-2005).