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Flying House by Traveling Mama is a travel and lifestyle blog about traveling and living a life full of curiosity and with a sense that something new is always just around the corner.

Welcome!  I’m Valentina Fussell, founder and editor of Flying House by Traveling Mama blog.  I am a photographer, writer, and stylist who loves to explore the world, preferably with my favorite travel companions, my husband, who is a business consultant, and our three kids. We have discovered that the world is full of possibility, populated with ordinary people doing extraordinary things, and that a little bit of curiosity can be one of life’s greatest gifts.

I started the blog in 2007 to simply update our family and friends back in the US about our new life and home in Morocco.

We then moved to Copenhagen, Denmark where we shared from our life as Americans living in a foreign country while also indulging our wanderlust as often as possible.

Our next adventure has led us back to the US where we are fixing up our own Spiffer Upper while helping others FIND THEIR WAY HOME through Real Estate + Design.  We’d love to keep in touch and hope you will visit us and even work with us at the HOUSE OF VALENTINA!



Here are a few posts to help you get to know us a little better:




I love to encourage others in their own adventures in discovery and wanderlust. I have spoken at several conferences, including The Hive and Meet the Blogger conferences.

I am deeply passionate about living a life that not only creates beauty but also discovers beauty in the life around us.  In many ways writing Flying House has returned me to my roots of my journaling days.  I deeply believe in living a life that reflects who we’ve been created to be and  I think we can learn from and be shaped by this amazing world around us that is filled with new ideas, thoughts, and people. My focus on the blog is similar to my focus with my family, to share great ideas and to help us develop a life that truly reflects who we are.


We are currently living in Copenhagen, Denmark. We moved here in June, 2010 and since then have truly fallen in love with our life here.


Our adventure began in 2002 when we moved to Spain for two years.  Our first child, Hailey, was ten months old at the time.  When we flew home to the US in 2004, it was her 25th flight and I was no longer enthusiastic about traveling with a kid.

So, we moved back to the States, bought a house, and began our pursuit of “The American Dream.”  We had it all… well, except maybe the white picket fence, but we realized soon after settling in that we had yet to sow our wild oats.  So, once again we packed up and moved to Morocco, which is where we lived for three years, and began the blog.

After receiving a job offer in the enchanting city of Copenhagen, we planned our first visit and within the first few days we all knew that this was where we belonged.

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You can contact me via e-mail or follow me on Twitter or Facebook.


If you are looking for beautiful captures of everyday life in Copenhagen and around the world, look no further! Tina writes about her adventures “raising a traveling tribe” and has great tips for any restless soul out there looking to wander. Her blog taught me that it is possible to travel and be adventurous even with a big family, and her incredibly positive outlook on life is truly inspiring. And did I mention the beautiful photos?!–The Copenhagen Tales



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Margarette August 5, 2007 at 12:56 am

Hi Tina! I was so excited to see this site! Me and the boys have been admiring the beautiful pictures. We’re so glad everyone is settled and healthy now!


Cyndi Bundy October 27, 2007 at 5:30 pm

Hey Tina,
I just followed the link from the TAG!! Actually I know I’ve seen your posts before, and usually I try to check out someone’s blog if they post, but I don’t think I had been to yours before. (I’m such a bad blogger) I love your samples, but I’ve really been enjoying reading about you and your family and your home. How long does it take to get your stamps in Morocco??! I’ll respond to the tag tonight I hope 🙂


cyndi January 9, 2008 at 1:00 pm

ok, so without having to read all of your blogs to figure it out….WHY are you in Morocco? Not, to ask a silly question or anything, lol. And how long are you staying?



Joyce March 26, 2008 at 1:46 am

I love your site. You bring so much into your blog. Not only cards you have made but I especially like the information on your life oveseas. Greek food is my all time favorite food.

You are truly an inspiration to everyone around the world.



Tanya April 12, 2008 at 9:38 pm

Hi Tina,

I have really enjoyed reading you!! My husband and I and our two boys (aged 4 and 2) are going to move to Marrakech from Switzerland and I would love to get as much info as possible on life as a foreign woman in Marrakech and life with a family in Marrakech … Where do you send your kids to school, have you found a good peadiatrician, how are the hospitals, which ua a good neighbourhood to live in (renting flat or house), what kind of budget do you need on a monthly basis to live decently… do you (dare) drive in Marrakech… etc… etc…

We are buying a Riad in the Medina and are going to renovate it in view of making it into a guest house. My husband has trained as an architect and we have a renovating real estate / interior decorating business here in Switzerland. We got married in Marrakech last July and absolutely fell in love with it… hence the decision to move to Morocco for an exciting new adventure. We have lived abroad before (I was born in Zimbabwe, lived in Switzerland, Hong Kong, Philippines, Paris and London and my husband lived in Madagascar and London).

Would love to hear from you if you get the chance.

Many thanks in advance for your reply and many thanks for your blog. It’s great. You are very talented.

Kind regards,



Melissa Hanlon June 14, 2008 at 11:00 pm

Hi Tina,
Thank you for leaving a comment on my blog, a stamper always loves to hear what others think of their work.

Love your blog adventures, too! It sounds like my kind of life!

Mel Hanlon


Debberdoo June 20, 2008 at 3:23 am

I think I’ve read through most of your blog. I’d love to know why you are living in Morooco. Is stamping much of a hobby there? I’m impressed that you are making so many things from scratch out of necessity. I really think it is healthier. Good for you!


Jo June 21, 2008 at 1:29 pm

Great card again this week. Wow, I had no idea you live in Morocco. Is it everything you hoped it to be?? I hope so.


Sarah June 27, 2008 at 11:29 am

Your pictures are beautiful… with an expanding BABY BUMP of my own, (24weeks now) I love hearing and reading how other beautiful pregnant women are going.

xx Sarah


Stacey Schafer August 23, 2008 at 1:39 pm

Hi Tina,
Thanks for your sweet comments on my blog! I wanted to get back to you about your question on the watermark. I had Beth Saliaka design my watermarks for a minimal fee. Her site is http://freckledandfun.blogspot.com/. Then, I use my photo editing software (Picture It) I take the following steps: open photo, click edit button, click to add something (add photo), decrease the size of watermark and move, save. Beth is great about walking you through the steps like this also. Hope this helps!


Paula November 2, 2008 at 2:45 am

Hi Tina,

Paula here from Precioso Designs in Australia.
I was wondering if you would like to promote a new challenge I am running on my blog. My son wanted there to be a kids only card making challenge so I have created one for him and I know he would love to see cards made by kids from all over the world and I thought your blog would be a great place to promote it.
He has also sadi that he wanst to tecah other kids how to make a card, so we will be posting a lesson by him at some stage, should be very cute!

Thanks and of course I love reading your blog.


Sylvia Nelson December 20, 2008 at 7:08 am

I am so much older than you, but when my forth child was six weeks old we moved to Indonesia. We lived there 4 1/2years. Since that time, we lived in Nigeria, Holland, Scotland, and Saudi, with brief stays in different states in the US. My children are all grown now, my youngest will be 26 January 1. I am in Colorado, but I fear I will have to move one more time as the winter’s just get too cold. If you ever want anything mailed to you all you have to do is e-mail me. I loved the adventure when I was younger, and was so naive that we enjoyed each country for what it had to offer. My dad was in Morocco during WWII, I have only seen his black and white pictures. Enjoy your traveling. Have a wonderful Christmas and may there be peace within our lifetime!


Lisa January 25, 2009 at 2:03 am

Hi Tina! It’s Lisa from the LA team. Just got back to LA. 🙂 Thanks again for everything during our visit- I really appreciated it. Your bargaining skills were impressive. 🙂 And, that cake- Oh my goodness- I loved it so much I am actually baking one right now as I had to share the yumminess with my hubby! (We’ll see if it turns out the same or not though!) 🙂 Blessings! 🙂


Dawn February 18, 2009 at 6:13 pm

What a wonderful card and such an interesting blog.


Dana March 27, 2009 at 8:47 pm

Love your site. We have a mutual friend who linked me to your site. We will be spending some time in your host country and I am very interested in chatting with you via email about clothing specifically as I am planning to revamp my wardrobe based on our time in country this next year. I would love to know your suggestion for where to shop etc. Thanks so much!


Nina B April 29, 2009 at 10:19 am

I just found your site thru KWerner. I am a travelling mama, too. Moved to Croatia in 1998 (pre-kids) from Los Angeles. I’m out of language school now, but still have lots to learn. I do papercrafts to relax, esp during the cold, winter months. I grew up in an island, then moved to LA, so it’s a big change living here, but we love it. Croatia’s beautiful! I’ll be coming to visit your blog often. I just love your style.


Liz Z May 2, 2009 at 2:49 pm

I just found you from Amanda’s blogspot page. I will be back. I already went and ordered your cookbook as soon as I read your blog about it. My husband is Moroccan and will eat anything I cook for him, but whenever I am able to cook foods from home he eats those with a little more appetite.

We hope to move to Morocco someday ourselves, so reading your blogs might help me prepare for that. Thanks for sharing your life.


Donna Crum May 10, 2009 at 2:05 pm

Tina, thanks so much for my Moroccan goodies! It was so very sweet of you. I especially love the postcards. A friend will be going to Morocco this fall with a small group of folks to do some nursing and I plan to use those to send her notes of encouragement along the way.



Kasia May 31, 2009 at 9:19 am

Your blog is such an interesting and inspiring place to visit! Thank you!


Sharnee Torrents July 3, 2009 at 10:26 pm

Hello again TIna, Yes i’ve been brousing round all your blog, i’ve been interested who this lovely lady is that keeps leaving wonderful comments on my blog!! SO thanks!!
Did i hear right that you Homeschool???? Wow i’d love to know more, how old are your kiddies what do you do! WHat an amazing opportunity to take them around the world!! I started homeschooling last year, my beautiful treasures are 7, 5 and 3 (with one on the way!!) Can we talk more perhaps??
Love your blog, have to add it to my places that i go!! Thanks for all your wonderful photo’s and spinets to your life!!
Smiles Sharnee :0)


peggysue July 27, 2009 at 1:51 am

Cool blog, I follow the blogs of a few expats. Couldn’t leave a comment on your PTI creations, don’t twitter, but great creativity. Sorry to hear about the little relative who passed away.


Lori July 27, 2009 at 4:56 am

I love your card! I’m a seamstress at heart. Fine baby clothes are my specialty but when I saw your Quilt Card I was thrilled. You are right a Quilt w hexagon (Grandmothers Flower Garden) would not b the first you would want to tackle. Although if you want to have something to do little by little and not get in a hurry then it’s fun to do. Get you a basket and collect fabrics, then have fun hand piecing all those hexagons. (A great travel quilt).


Angie Muresan September 27, 2009 at 4:40 pm

I am new to your site, and I love it, mainly for all the goodness and joy I see in it, and then of course, for the courage you have to travel the world with your tribe. Blessings and happy travels!


Krista October 2, 2009 at 9:25 am

Tina: I get a lot of enjoyment from your site, for many reasons: you post often, you include gorgeous photos with your engaging text, you write about things that are dear to your heart, you write WITH heart, and you help us to see a lot of beauty in things that are often taken for granted, but which have so much value, like making a home. Thanks for what you do.


Monica November 17, 2009 at 11:24 pm

Hi Tina,

I some how happened upon your blog while I was taking an impromptu stroll through Danish blogs…and wanted to say hello! 🙂 My children(3)and I moved to Denmark in 2008, to live with my Danish husband and step-children(3). It has been a good experience, and we have found that the Danish people are kind, caring and have strong family ties and traditions. I have to say…that really, in Denmark, like any other place on earth, you will get what you look for! From your blog…I am sure that you will experience good things here too! Welcome! 🙂 All the best – Monica 🙂


Louise PourToujours January 1, 2010 at 12:13 am

What a wonderful blog! I will certainly come back for your pictures, your toughs, your art and your adventures.


Donna Baker February 1, 2010 at 1:29 am

I love this photo of you! You’re such a true beauty inside and out-I feel like I can say that having met you @ CHA, so glad I did! You’re so sweet and you have such a unique style that I adore!


Mark Levigne February 4, 2010 at 11:30 am

Tina I just love reading about how, what, where, why and whats next. You guys are just plain neat to follow and, as I told Jack prior, I wish I had more time to get to know you all better in Atlanta before we left for Ohio in 2001. Life goes one. Thanks for sharing, I love following you all.



Cyndi Bundy March 3, 2010 at 8:14 pm

Hey Tina,
I just followed the link from the TAG!! Actually I know I've seen your posts before, and usually I try to check out someone's blog if they post, but I don't think I had been to yours before. (I'm such a bad blogger) I love your samples, but I've really been enjoying reading about you and your family and your home. How long does it take to get your stamps in Morocco??! I'll respond to the tag tonight I hope 🙂


linnea March 14, 2010 at 8:45 am

Your cards are beautiful! I am intrigued with your work and your travel. We are a family of four, currently “nested” near family but we long to make our way away… I will be stopping back to witness more of your journey. traveling mercies…


Lisa (Kirkpatrick) Mueller April 14, 2010 at 12:34 am

Hey Girl!

I just got a message from USA Reunited saying that you sent me a message. I am cheap and don’t have a paid membership to the site, so I can’t log on to see what you have said. Thought I would hop on here and get in touch with you this way!

What’s going on? Feel free to e-mail me anytime at LisaKMueller@hotmail.com. We have a lot of catching up to do (again!)! 🙂 I am in school now…full-time at Liberty…online majoring in Christian Counseling! Doing well so far, but History is NO FUN when you’re our age! 🙂

Hope to hear from you soon!

Love & Hugs In Christ,



Tracita Linda July 15, 2010 at 4:37 pm

Hi I just found your page from the expat blog. I think it’s cool that your family can just pick & move whenever you feel! Oh I wish I could do that as well. I’m jealous so I will live vicariously through your blog.

I’m a New follower!



Maryline September 10, 2010 at 7:37 pm

How fun! Travels are so wonderful, they shape your personality, they open your mind, test your patience and adpatability skills :)…
I lived in Denmark for a short while, in Aarhus. It was a very interesting time in my life. Never understood how people who drink so much beer can look that good (maybe it’s the bicycling?).

Take care, and long life to your blog, it’s a great one!!


CamillaBK October 27, 2010 at 6:14 pm


I just accidently dropped in on your website via a comment you made on a Papertrey card! Just read that you moved to Denmark and wanted to look at your blog. I am Danish! and live 40 mins outside Copenhagen.

I hope you and your family will love it here and can see through the very wet rainy days!! If you want to know something about Advent or something else about Denmark (I think you commented on an Advent card on the PTI blog-hop) you are more than welcome to write to me 🙂

Have a wonderful time!

Best wishes


Kate from LittleBrightSpot December 9, 2010 at 7:02 pm

What an incredible and inspiring story. We’re just moving back to the United States after two years in Spain, but it remains to be seen if that will be our forever home. Your flying house is such a beautiful dream and your kids are so lucky to be growing up in such a wonderful, international setting. I feel like I have a million and one questions now… but they are all logistical and boring. For now, just thanks for living and sharing a life in which you follow your dreams even if they take you far away. I look forward to reading more!


CamillaBK December 17, 2010 at 6:43 pm

Hi Tina,

I was just passing through your website via a blog hop and read one of your entries concerning 52 shops. I didn’t read all entries yet – I will have to though!!- but let me suggest you a shop to visit in Copenhagen: Dessertdragens kageværksted – you can find the address here http://www.dessertdragen.dk/
If you have already been you will know it is worth visiting again! Don’t go there when you are too hungry … the sweets are too wonderful!!!!

I was so sorry to miss the “crafting” evening with food … hope to meet you in the new year anyway!

Best wishes
Camilla (FARUM)


Le Box Boutique January 16, 2011 at 7:44 pm

Your blog and etsy store are both incredible! Thank you for including Le Box Boutique in your etsy treasury, I’m very excited to be a part of your wonderful selections!


Jennie March 24, 2011 at 1:45 pm

Hi Tina!
Stopping in from BYW to say I ADORE your blog and your family story. How amazing! Your little ones are so lucky to have such imaginative and adventurous parents. And by the way, I love your photo style…so pretty. Definitely will be stopping back. =)



Vanessa March 28, 2011 at 5:45 am

Hi Tina

Your blog is adorable and what a pretty family you have. I loved the social media buttons as stamps, very creative. I am also a fellow BYW and feeling so sad that the class is over.
I will be visiting your blog more often for sure.
Van Bueno.


Jane April 6, 2011 at 9:12 am

Hi Tina

I’m a fellow BYW student and so delighted to have found your pretty little haven in Blogland. I look forward to having a proper look around once the children are asleep. At first glance, your blog looks both gorgeous and intriguing. I can’t wait to read more.

Feel free to drop by my blog and say hello, if you’d like. I’m looking forward to following your family’s adventures.
Jane x


Ingrid April 10, 2011 at 9:06 pm


I came across your blog while I was an expat in the DRC in 2008, and that was when you were staying in Morocco. I was going through my favourites, and read your blog again.
I loved to blog while living there, but now back home in Cape Town, I can’t seem to be inspired to write anymore. What a pity, as I live in a really beautiful city.
I always promised my followers to write again…..

I loved the idea of travelling with my husband, and six year old son, it brought us really close, to live away from home, and I hope that one day, we will be fortunate enough to have another experience abroad.
I will try to read your lovely blog again soon, as it really is inspiring.



Rie Winkler May 11, 2011 at 11:35 am

Hello Tina,
just wanted to say thank you for our talks about blogging and such at the Forårsmarket in Odense. I hope it will push me started on my own blog. I am still dis oriented (probably not the right word…), but I´ll get into it. I have looked around your blog and it is so nice and very pro. And I like your cards ;-D. Hope to hear from you soon.


Anya Adores May 28, 2011 at 8:56 pm

Dear Tina,
I have just discovered your amazing blog – and have been so pleased to read about your travels with kids and how many amazing things you have tried. Also very happy to hear you are residing in Copenhagen – as am I. I am originally from here, but spent 11 years in London & Spain. Now I am back – english sweetheart in tow with my girlies (2 and 5 years old) Great to see that traveling can be done with children – successfully. Hope to speak to you sometime, in the meantime have a fab weekend..
xox Anya


heather July 24, 2011 at 10:19 am

oh my goodness… i feel like this is the future of my life. my husband and i just moved back to the states to have our baby, who is waking up right now, and all i do is wonder what we are doing here. more story, but that’s all for now!


Saikat Banerjee September 13, 2011 at 6:38 pm


Greetings from Bangalore.

I discovered your blog from a flickr photo, and for the past half an hour, I have been reading your blog posts. Really nice and sweet. I also went over to the “Traveling Tribe”. Amazing! I love the idea of a traveling house.

I would try to keep updates of your posts. They are, indeed, inspiring. Keep up the good work.



Debra September 19, 2011 at 1:49 am

I’m so glad that I read your interview on ETSY I love your home and all of the exciting things and travels I will be coming back to TravelingMama to read your wonderful blog and to comment.


Jenny February 28, 2012 at 5:22 am

I love your blog! Can’t wait to hear about your adventures in Denmark!


Jasmin May 4, 2012 at 12:42 am

Saw you and your family on house hunters and excited to have found your blog. Can’t wait to hear about the adventures!


Cheryl May 13, 2012 at 1:45 am

I just saw you and your beautiful family on House Hunters International. I plan on following your family’s journey now that I found your blog.


Dhruv Gupta June 4, 2012 at 11:43 am

Hello there!

My name is Dhruv Gupta, and I am with InterNations.org. I really enjoyed reading your fantastic blog! I think expats in Denmark and around the world could really gain some great insights [and have a few good laughs] on this page. The quality of the blog in general is very convincing, which is why I would love to feature you and your writing on the Recommended Blog on Denmark section on InterNations.org
Not only do we feature and link to your blog prominently; we also would like to hear from you directly in our questionnaire! We have also designed a link badge for your blog.
If you are interested, please feel free to contact me via email: dhruv.gupta@internations.org

Please don’t post this message as it is just a form of contact you.

Dhruv Gupta


Cara June 25, 2012 at 9:59 pm

Hi there

What a great blog. So nice to come across an English blog of someone that lives in Copenhagen too. I am forever reading blogs and to find something a bit more local just made my day



Kris July 15, 2012 at 7:15 am

I just saw your episode of House Hunters International and had to come look you up. I am so impressed with your family’s lifestyle. Our family has moved 7 times in 6 years, but just around the US, and our 4 year old has been on 17 flights. So, we aren’t quite up to your level, but I can relate. My husband and I love to travel and look forward to showing our son the world in the coming years. Thanks for being such an inspiration.


Lauren July 17, 2012 at 5:31 am

I also saw the episode and wanted to check out the blog. My husband and I are considering a move from the American Midwest to Austrailia. We have four children 7 and under and we love to travel. It’s been a desire of ours since even before marriage and kids to travel often and hopefully live abroad with our children. Really enjoying your blog and aesthetic. Looking forward to reading more of your travels!


Lisa July 17, 2012 at 7:02 pm

Hi Tina! We recently moved to Stockholm, Sweden from Atlanta, GA with our 9 month old son much like your first move to Spain. We found your episode on House Hunters because we begin filming our episode tomorrow. We are heading to Copenhagen in two weeks so if you have any advice for us, please let us know! Thanks!


Dan Whitzer July 18, 2012 at 7:34 pm


I had seen that you have lived in 20 different places in 12 years and I was wondering how you did this? I would like to live in Europe and am trying to figure out how to do so. My girlfriend lives in Spain and I would love to be closer to her. We met because I did my masters in England. I could really use some help on how to get a job in Europe. I really appreciate it. Thank you.



Lynn July 20, 2012 at 1:06 am

I too had seen your story on House Hunters International. I fell in love with your story and my favorite city in the world, Copenhagen! It is a real dream of mine to move there some day also! My heritage is from Denmark so think I would fit in very well! Like a previous message, how are you able to get employment in Denmark? Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
Mange tak,


Kathleen Shierk August 7, 2012 at 9:18 pm

Hello cute family~
So I guess I am not the only one who saw you on House Hunters International! How fun are you guys! I have been to Copenhagen years ago and loved it. My ex-husband is from Lisbon, Portugal and so have been to Europe many times and have experienced other cultures and congratulations on your spirit with your beautiful family. I have told my friends all about you and I am all signed up and anxious to hear about your journeys, etc! All the best in the whole wide world to all of you. Best wishes from Seattle, Washington!!!


Rebecca via Sanctuary September 11, 2012 at 12:54 pm


I originally found you over on flickr
& was really intrigued by your travelling life,
looks&sounds very wonderful!
Copenhagen is one of my favourite places
in the whole, wide world,
I will definitely tag along
& follow your journey…
Love, Rebecca


stylencritics September 22, 2012 at 5:24 pm

Great blog!!!!!!!


Tressa May 23, 2013 at 1:45 am

How on earth can you afford to travel so much? & live abroad especially with children?! I can’t even do that as a single person! I don’t see how your jobs could afford it???


Julie Spady October 5, 2013 at 10:39 pm

I’m watching you on Househunters and decided to look up your blog. I haven’t started reading it, but I plan to!


Sherian October 6, 2013 at 12:26 am

I watch House Hunter’s International tonight and saw you and your family and how happy everyone is, thought I would see if I could find you here on the internet and here you are. You and your family look so very happy and so together…………….my dream has always been to move to either Denmark, Sweden or Norway as I love winter, I am a winter lady, love the cold and snow. I have been to Europe a couple of times many years ago and changes along the way, so now being single and an ole lady and free, I so want to come to Copenhagen. You are living a wonderful life and grab it for all it’s worth, life is short and sometimes not so sweet and at other moments it’s very sweet.

ps, love the white picket fence.


Susan October 17, 2013 at 6:28 pm

Like your blog and have been reading it for some time now. Finally decided to sign up to have updates delivered to me via email.


Athena July 31, 2014 at 8:12 pm

Hi Tina,
I just stumbled across your blog via my friend Polly who’s just done some portrait shots with you. I NEVER subscribe to blogs… (it gets too much) but congratulations, you’ve just got me hooked. Im a new mama with a 4 month old, a fashion business and I moved to Copenhagen just before I gave birth. My life before now has been slung somewhere between Guatemala and Australia for the last 3 years, but I’m originally an Aussie. I’m looking forward to seeing more from you and perhaps meeting you for a coffee one day in Copenhagen.
Cheers, Athena


Lauren December 8, 2015 at 6:40 pm

Hi! Just came across your lovely blog! My husband and I are thinking about making the move to Copenhagen so I have been trying to do my research and stumbled upon you. Did you move with jobs already established or did you search once you arrived? I currently work in fashion and would love to continue that but have found it hard to find any job sites that cater to the fashion world in Copenhagen. We would be moving from New York but we do have all of my husbands family in Denmark. I look forward to reading your blog, would love any tips!!



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