Kay Xander Mellish on what she’d miss about Denmark if she ever left, her least favorite thing about living in Denmark, and explains why it’s always a bad idea to be ‘self-fat’ (selvfede). Interview with Displaced Nation, an online home for international creatives.
In the Media
Kay Xander Mellish’s living in Denmark blog has been widely covered in the Danish and international media.
The “How to Live in Denmark” blog about life in Denmark has been active since 2013 and is also the home of the “How to Live in Denmark” podcast.
“How to Live in Denmark” is an informational but enjoyable look at life in Denmark and what it’s like to be a foreigner in Denmark.
It looks at dating in Denmark, making friends in Denmark, working in Denmark, finding a home in Denmark and other topics relative to a blog about life in Denmark.
If you’re looking for a living in Denmark blog, you’ll enjoy How to Live in Denmark.
Kay Xander Mellish in an interview with Femina, one of Denmark’s popular weekly women’s magazines.
She discusses her experiences moving from the U.S. to Denmark and her humorous struggles with Danish Christmas traditions.
Danes are loyal, good friends, but their friendships are full of obligations, Kay Xander Mellish says in an interview with DI Business Magazine, published by DI Danske Industri (The Danish Confederation of Industry.)
“Danish friendship is deep and that’s a wonderful thing, but it also means that it can be difficult to become friends with a Dane,” Kay explains.
An American who has been living in Denmark for more than 10 years, Kay Xander Mellish writes extensively about Danish business culture and how it differs from US business culture.
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In this interview with “Blog Expat,” Kay talks about why she came to Copenhagen, how the podcast got started and reveals her favorite book about Denmark, which was written in the 1930s.