When I turned 19 I was so lucky to have two of the most important people there with me and that is of course Y and Emma. Emma came all the way from Denmark to see me on my birthday and I was absolutely thrilled! Y took us out and all of us had drinks at Angelica's in Leeds before having sushi. I got so spoiled with presents, love and such an amazing night that I will always remember. Not too long ago Y surprised me by picking me up from work, driving to Leeds and taking me to Gauchos in Leeds which is the best place I have been in England so far. I was wearing the dress on the first picture and it was so romantic and well planned. These memories will forever make me happy and I hope to always be a part of those peoples lives.

Ambiguously yours,

Amalie 💞

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God I am drooling when I look at these pictures. I love fine dining and going out with the girls or Y. These pictures are from Copenhagen in Denmark so if you're planning a trip to my home town you need to read this! First pictures is from Helsingoer Gods, second picture from Casa&Co, third picture is from Limone, fourth picture from Lucky Sushi and last but not least the fifth picture is from the very price friendly cafe Dalle Valle. Copenhagen is an expensive place to live so I would recommend researching before going out 😜


Ambiguously yours,

Amalie 💞

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Yes, I am actually 😜 When you meet new people a lot of them asks "Oh so what are you doing as a job?" and that is a natural way of getting to know each other but for some reason when people ask me what I am doing for a living and I tell them, they don't seem to understand what excatly it is that I am doing and how I am finding any pleasure in it. I work in the rental business and for the sake of both safety and privacy I am not going to mention the name of the company. Basically what I am doing is vehicle reservations management. I make sure that the customers get the right cars, deal with bookings, suppliers and make sure that the KPI's are being reached. It is an office job but the dynamic atmosphere, the people and the customers makes it an exiting job full of oppurtunities and great experience to gain if you want to work for it. I enjoy selling and fighting to go that extra mile for the customer and I find cars very interesting. I don't think that many girls are into that particular kind of job and we don't have a lot women in the office either but ever since I was little we have had nice cars, a lot of people in my family are in the car business either they own a car company or have a chief position in the vehicle rental business. I guess it runs through my veins and speed is something that always makes my adrenalin pump. I love fast cars but I definitely have a weakness for hatchbacks/SUV's. Not a lot of people look at me and think that I work in a business that deals with cars cause they expect that that is something that men should do but I enjoy it a lot. Not all women can be found working in a salon or a clothing store. The customer service aspect in it is important to me cause the main thing that drives me (lol) is to make a difference and to create something big. You can discuss how a booking of a Mercedes E-class creates something big or makes a difference, but the smiles I see and hear and the satisfaction I can tell people have when I do my job - that is priceless. Just like the feeling I get inside when I post on the blog and you guys read and like what I do. I haven't really been writing a lot about my life, my interests and my hobbies on the blog but I will make sure that more personal posts will come. I hope you will enjoy!

Ambiguously Yours,

Amalie💕


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One of my most asked questions is always how I keep my hair so thick, shiny and healthy. I often get asked about my color too. Normally I have almost black hair - it is extremely dark but I have dyed it for a decent amount of years now. Basically I just get a mix of blonde and caramel color in it. On a lot of beauty blogs I have seen the girls eating different vitamins to keep their hair healthy and I am sure that works but personally I have never used anything like that. My "secret" is that I first of all never use conditioner during the weekdays. Only 1 time a week and when I do use it I always put conditioner before my shampoo. You have to go with good shampoo and conditioner. I would rather pay a bit more for my products and then get a better result. Another thing that I basically never do besides from when I am in a rush is to dry my hair with a hair dryer. If I use any kind of heat on my hair I then use my Revlon Uniq 10in1 treatment spray with coconut. I always keep loads in stock but I know you can get it for £14,99 on for example SallyExpress. When I use cold or medium cold water when I wash my hair it always gets frizzy. I then use hot water (not burning myself though lol) and letting it dry in a towel afterwards. The hairbrush you use is really important and I would recommend you to use a hairbrush like the ones from The Wet Brush. They are not so hard on your hair and are very affordable too. Win win 👏🏼 I am running a little experiment on my own hair and will let my own hair color grow out - simply because I haven't seen it for years. My hair grows very fast so hopefully this summer I will be able to see it fully. Let me know if you have any special tips for your hair or if you want to see more of these kinds of posts. Have a lovely day!

Ambiguously Yours,

Amalie 💕

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Often I get a lot of questions on both my IG and Facebook about how it is to move to a different country and how you do it. For me, it wasn't very well planned but it turned out to be perfect. I would say that physically it isn't a problem at all but mentally it is a different thing. In Denmark I lived with my sister and my mum and I miss them. I've lived and worked in another country before which I will blog about soon but that was only for 3 months and they knew that I was coming back. Now I am permanently living in England with a serious job and big plans for the future. I know they miss me too but I think that for them it is all about how I feel. If I love it, which I do, then it is not that hard for them. But it went so fast and suddenly my flight ticket was booked and the thought of me moving so far away was scary. England is a country which in many cases looks like Denmark. They both have the monarchy and of course the democracy for example. I would say that England has an old roman country-style (the architecture) when compared to Denmark it is very different. Denmark has a more romantic but minimalistic architecture-style in my opinion. In England you see loads of attached houses when in Denmark they have a majority of detached houses which is completely normal over there. The main thing that you have to think about when you move to another country is to straight away get all the paperwork done. In England, as mentioned in my first blog post, you have to get a NI-number and have a work permission. You want to switch mobile company too - otherwise you will get a massive bill from your mobile company from home - but that is obvious. Make sure that you get to know the different areas surrounding you. Leave your car home for the first 2 weeks and use the public transport. You see different kinds of people and you know the different regions and cities if you choose that. And the majority of bus drivers in England are so nice and polite. The busses are never crowded and over-heated and to just sit and look out of the windows and relax before work is for me really nice! If you are like me and choses to move to a cold (!!) country, then for you own sake bring warm clothes. I am terrible at dressing in the winter and I of course brought loads of nice and fashionable clothes but it is really not warm clothes 😜 If you are moving to England then you probably already know English very good like me but my advice would definitely be that if you don't, then sign up for English classes so you learn to communicate with everyone. It happens a lot over here that you meet and talk to people who has strange accents because many regions of this country talk with different accents. It is still hard for me to understand some people but that is just a matter of time. Are you moving to a foreign country or do you already live abroad? Leave a comment below, I would love to hear your story!

Ambiguously Yours,

Amalie 💕

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One of the many things I absolutely adore is women with pretty nails. It does so much and it looks so exclusive and fine with the nails done. I have to look for the best nail clinic here in Leeds and ASAP get mine done! These beauties on the pictures was made in Fields in Copenhagen and I got them done on a regular basis. Whenever I find the best nail clinic in Leeds I think I'm gonna go with a sexy red color or matte black! My ring is from the Danish brand DyrbergKern, watch from Marc Jacobs and clutch from Decadent. What do you prefer on your nails?

Ambiguously Yours,

Amalie 💞

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Today I've been so busy running errands with Y. I'm starting a new exciting job very soon so I went to Leeds to get my NI number which is something you need to have to work in England. I am not even joking when I say that we waited almost 2 hours before all the paperwork was done and the number will arrive in about 4 weeks. Such a relief that it is over and done with and now I can (almost) relax. Tonight Y is busy so I will stay in and organize papers, blogging and preparation for work. I am falling in love with this country, the architecture and the busy cities. Not so much the food but luckily Y cooks like a famous and well-experienced chef! My motivation and inspiration is massive and I have so many ideas and wishes for this blog-project. In one of the next posts I might reveal a little secret of mine so stay tuned!

Ambiguously Yours,

Amalie 💞

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So, here I am. On Nouw blogging for the first time since 2014 where I shut my old blog down. A lot of things has happened and it's hard to even know where to start. A few weeks ago I moved to England from Denmark. I now live in Leeds with my boyfriend Y, and every cell in my body tells me that this is exactly where I should be. The decision of me moving was definitely hard and I miss my friends and family but I was lucky to get an amazing job opportunity and the best thing is that Y is here and that always makes me so happy. I hope you want to follow me on my journey in life and live out every moment with me through my blog, my YouTube-channel and social media. Welcome to my universe.

Ambiguously Yours,

Amalie 💞

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