Author: Irina Meskovic

A-Town af Helle Kaare Lindberg

Det fede ved at være et barn er, at man kan drømme sig væk. Jo ældre man bliver, jo sværere bliver det. Fjorten år. Face your shit and eat it”. – A-Town. Siden jeg gik i gang med at skrive min bog, er jeg kommet i kontakt med mange spændende forfattere og forfatter spirer. En af dem er forfatteren Helle Kaare…

The feeling of home…

That familiar smell of Starbucks coffee and books… Here I am, back again 1 and a half year later, at my favourite bookstore Barnes and Nobel’s in Webster, New York. Sitting in my little corner with my coffee and all the books I’ve already managed to buy in no time. It feels like a dream that I am here again.…

World’s music

When I chose to study International Business Communication I have always dreamed about working for an international company. That dream came true this summer. Why do I prefer working for an international company rather than a Danish company? Don’t get me wrong. I wouldn’t mind. But something I love is learning about other countries and cultures. Imagine if you could…

You get in life what you have the courage to ask for

Three years ago I was part of AIESEC – the world’s largest non-profit youth-run organization. An organization that provides young people with leadership development and cross-cultural global internship and volunteer exchange experiences across the globe. Here I was, 23 years old, naive, insecure and nervous sitting at my first national conference in Aalborg and listening to different presentations about leadership,…

Are you excited to go back home?

A question many people have been asking me lately. A question I didn’t give an honest answer to, because I haven’t been honest with myself either. When I first arrived here all I did was creating different countdown apps for going back home to Denmark. I have been counting months, days if not even minutes. I wanted to be with…