I could talk about personal finance all day. Stocks, investment strategies, real estate, savings strategies, you name it. I love it. But after talking to tons of internationals in Denmark, I’m learning that most feel… overwhelmed. Many internationals don’t even dare to dream about buying a house because they either come from a country where it’s super complicated to buy, or it’s something that just seems unrealistic without speaking Danish. And I get that.

I’ve been living in Denmark since 2015 – since I was 19. Some of the things I’ve achieved since then, I wouldn’t have even known is possible back then. I was 24 when my husband and I bought our first house, while both of us were students. That’s also when I started investing. My only regret is not starting sooner.

I’m NOT a financial advisor, so I will never tell you what stocks to invest in and when to buy a house. I will, however, encourage you to learn and provide you with the knowledge you need to make better financial decisions for your future. Because what stopped me from investing earlier was mostly a feeling of being overwhelmed. Where to even start? So, start here. I want to empower as many internationals in Denmark as possible to learn about managing, saving and investing their money. Without speaking Danish.

Are you ready?