I really don’t know what took me so long to finally take some photos at the most famous place in Copenhagen – Nyhavn! Yes, its the spot at the water with “all those colorful houses” everyone always talks about. And yes, I absolutely love it there, too! Although I am living here now for half a year and I really do not feel like a tourist anymore, it still feels weird realizing that I live in Scandinavia now. If you would have asked me two years ago, Denmark would probably not even be on the list of potential places to live in next for me.
I guess this is just how life works. One thing leads to the other – and all of a sudden you find yourself in a position that was certainly not planned that way. I first noticed the power of incidents when I started my Bachelor’s Degree at Maastricht University. In fact, I would not have ended up there if I haven’t had studied dentistry for one semester at another university before. The failure of one life path led to the opening of a new gateway, one that was better than I have ever imagined. Going to Copenhagen was similar story – I actually planned on going to Milan, but things did not work out the way I wanted and so I decided to go to Copenhagen Business School with some friends from my Bachelors. Turned out, being here with people that care about me was the best thing that could have happened to me during a difficult time I had to go through.
Today, walking along beautiful Nyhavn, definitely feels right, but I know that I probably will not stay here forever. It’s just another phase in my life in which I learn more about myself and about what I want in life. I still do not have a plan about what will happen after I’m done here, but I believe that the power of incidents will lead me the right way again.
// I’m Wearing:
Pullover – & OtherStories
Pants* – Reserved
Bag – Seebychloe
Shoes – Zinda