In august I moved to Florence in Italy, and it has been a little bit of a struggle to get back in the routine of doing homework etc. Studying online gives a lot of freedom, but balancing it and taking decisions in favor of the education and not just traveling and experiencing new things, can … Continue reading Mamma Miaa
With a broken screen on my Mac for the past 2 weeks and a transition from Norway to Italy, I can admit that I am overwhelmed with the load of homework I need to catch up on, but very satisfied having my baby's led light shining up my face as I sit in a hostel … Continue reading LA- Working with WordPress. 1
Part two of my mandatory assignment was to create an infographic and brochure, containing the logo for dog food that I made last week. Here ya go.. Brochure
Two weeks ago I ended my tour in Asia and came back to Bergen. A city in Norway where I used to live for a few years before I moved to Denmark. There was a lot of catching up to do and my mind have been so far away from graphic design. I landed on … Continue reading You can Do it- Homework
Today I killed 17 spiders the size of my palm and got rewarded with imported Belgium beer by my hosts. I'm aware that my last post stated that there is much more to do in Borneo than drink beer, but after volunteering for two weeks at a retreat center at the base of Mount Kinabalu, … Continue reading Snakes, Spiders & Homework
When I landed in Borneo, I was oh so sad to find out that even a can of beer, usually hidden behind some soymilk in the fridge, can be found at the fewest shops here and always overpriced. It's not that I am not used to limited and expensive nightlife-supplies. Norway beats most countries at … Continue reading Is this a joke?
For the past three weeks I've been greeted by this view when I opened my curtains in the room I rented in Danang. At the same time I've tried to deal with the hardest subject in our course so far. Ironically the new program I am trying to get my head around is called Dreamweaver. … Continue reading Blame it on the View