If you’re going through hell, keep going – is a famous Winston Churchill quote. And although I wouldn’t call my current situation ‘hell’, it somehow fits these unfamiliar times that, like for most people, has been a challenge for my personal life as well as for my workflow. We have to keep working with what we’ve got, where we are.
Despite a pandemic that is far from over and a world of travel and media that is far from back to normal, the train seems to be pulling again, and there’s hope it can pull us out of this madness of a year. There is now a little light at the end of the tunnel, although we still don’t know how long the tunnel is.
I have personally felt a little “upswing” with work opportunities slowly presenting themselves again. I have also been able to do a bit of ‘masked travelling’ recently, and in the past few months, I have had several articles published in print:
Back in April, I had my first article from colourful Lisbon published in the Danish magazine Motor. It reached about 400.000 readers through memberships of FDM (Federation of Danish Motorists). It’s always exciting to see an article come to live on glossy pages with photos in vivid colours.
In June I had two articles published in the travel section REJSER from Jysk Fynske Medier. The first one was a personal story about having experienced Madrid from the inside during the strict Covid-19 lockdown in spring.
The second was a three-page cover story from Cádiz in Andalucia, South Spain. An exciting and often-overlooked city that was a pleasure to be able to present to hundreds of thousands of Danish readers. And as a fun bonus, my girlfriend made it to the cover.
And then in the start of September, I had a one-page article published with Berlingske Media‘s weekend section FRI. An article with tips on how to enjoy the Austrian capital of Vienna.
New exciting material in stock
As mentioned, I’ve had the chance to do some safe travelling through the past few months in Denmark and in Spain. Therefore, I have plenty of new exciting material in stock for future blog posts and articles – whether it will be from The South Funen Archipelago, from the Danish Watten Sea Island of Rømø or from the spectacular coast of Asturias in Northern Spain. Inquiries are alway welcome HERE.
For now, I hope you’re staying safe and will be able to enjoy the tail-end of this crazy summer. Somehow.