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  • Back in the mix

    Anya Jensen 22nd April 2023

    Well well well, it’s really been a while. Not sure if people even blog anymore, but I’m going to make a go of it again. To be honest – I haven’t blogged for Everyone’s grown up – Corona is long gone and truly feels like… If you’re feeling nostalgic like me, you might enjoy playing Book of Ra.

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  • Knuthenborg Safari Park

    Anya Jensen 25th July2023

    KNUTHENBORG IS REALLY A SAFARI PARK LOCATED IN THE SOUTH OF ZEALAND.  When we say Safari Park-we mean SAFARI PARK. Knuthenborg is where you get to see animals in an environment almost close to the real thing without any cages. (only the tigers and the…

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  • Camp adventure and SKOVTÅRNET

    Anya Jensen 16th July2023

    Last year I created a go-to guide for parents with teens and tweens visiting Denmark – mainly the Capital of Copenhagen and the island of Zealand. There are SOO many absolutely amazing places to visit, and we wanted to share the ones that made our…

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  • When a staycation is a good idea!

    Anya Jensen 2nd June2023

    Reklame/made in collaboration with, but all views are my own. Holiday plans have been postponed for another year. People are still worried about travelling. Many haven’t received their vaccinations yet, and have had to come up with new plans for holidaying this year. To be…

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  • The KunstLab in Louisiana (for kids)

    Anya Jensen 4th May2023

    reklame/inviteret The girls were lucky to attend the KunstLab art school at Louisiana Museum for modern art during the last winter season. It was a bit different due to Covid19, but the programme was meticulously planned around the exhibitions at the museum, as well as…

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  • GÆKKEBREVE – a Danish Easter tradition.

    Anya Jensen 30th March2023

    When Easter is approaching, Danish children make and send out Gækkebreve.  Traditionally these small letters always included a Vintergæk (Snowdrop/Galanthus) which is where the name stems from. It’s meant to be a letter to ‘tease’  (at drive gæk med) someone by making them guess who sent it.…

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  • A monday stories – featuring Tweentown

    Anya Jensen 24th March2023

    I have been working with AK from the Danish kids designer brand ‘A Monday in Copenhagen‘ for the past few years in connection with my magazine Tweentown. I was therefore thrilled when AK asked me to feature in their ‘A monday stories’ – small stories and…

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  • Glutenfree Rhubarb and raspberry crumble

    Anya Jensen 16th November2023

    Well, well well, it is getting colder, so what do we do to make things a little cozier here in Denmark? We create hygge. Simple hygge is literally staying indoors, with a good book, film, something hot to drink, loads of candles, and of course…

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  • Copenhagen Guide for teens and tweens

    Copenhagen guide for teens and tweens!

    Anya Jensen 15th November2023

    When you are parents to a teen or a tween you know that they are notoriously difficult to entertain! Teens and tweens spend a lot of their time engrossed on their phones, playing online videogames, TikTok’ing, and socializing with their friends -probably online. It has…

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  • Tivoli garden

    Copenhagen guide for teens and tweens – TIVOLI GARDENS

    Anya Jensen 20th June2023

    We are explorers. This is something I have always valued. Seeing exciting new places, seeing how the girls react, what they think, and how they form an opinion. Brains are a great thing, and as far as I am concerned – they more stuff I…

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