I started blogging when I, as a 17 year old, moved to Pembrokeshire, Wales as part of an Exchange Program. The blog was simple, and purely to keep in touch with my friends and family at home. After an amazing year in Wales that I will never forget, and another year back in Norway finishing high school/Sixth form (during which I continued blogging as a hobby), I followed my dream to move to London and study law. My first year there I lived in student halls, and during the last 2 I lived with one of my closest friends in an apartment near Tower Bridge. After getting my Bachelors Degree from LSBU, I moved across the pond to work as a Cultural Representative in Walt Disney World, Florida!

I kept blogging through the years in the UK, and did a half hearted attempt to keep it going while in Florida. I loved every second of my program with Disney, and was slightly too busy to continue posting as often as before. I ended my program in August in order to move to Oslo to get my Masters degree at the University of Oslo, and I have every intention of the blog being as busy as it was during my London years!

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Norsk; Eg er 23 år,  og oppvaksen i Aurland, Sogn og Fjordane. Flytta i 2010 til London for å studere Jus ved London South Bank University. La min elsk på London som 14-åring, bestemte meg for at “her må eg bu”, og BOOM; 5 år seinare var eg på veg. Første året budde eg i Student Halls, og dei to siste åra budde eg ilag med ei venninne i ein leiligheit ved Tower Bridge. Etter studiene flytta eg over vatnet til Florida, der eg jobba som Cultural Representative i Walt Disney World. Elska alt ved livet der nede, men måtte avslutte programmet mitt i slutten av juli for og flytte til Oslo. Her skal eg nemlig ta ein Master i Rettssosiologi ved Universitetet i Oslo! Det blir mykje arbeid framover, med andre ord.

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5 thoughts on “

  1. Thea says:

    Hei!
    Lurte på hvordan det er når man studerer jus i utlandet? Har hørt at det kan bli vanskelig å få dette godkjent i Norge etterpå. Vet du noe om dette?

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    • LisaLDN says:

      Det kjem jo an på kva folk meiner med å “få det godkjent”. Eg tar ein Bachelor i jus, og ein bachelor er ein bachelor samme kvar du er. Er jo ingen som sitter og seier at graden din ikkje er gyldig. Om du sikter til å få advokatbevilgning i Norge so må du ta nokre ekstra eksamener for å “omgjere” det du har lært. Men eg ser ikkje noko problem i å reise tilbake til Norge å jobbe, einaste er om du vil bli advokat må du vera innstilt på litt ekstra jobbing. 🙂

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  2. Alberto says:

    Hi Lisa, I’m travel photographer, blogger and Pinterest influencer (250000+). I’ve seen you in this social media. I’d like to propose a partnership proposal, so if you could tell me an email address where we can talk I’d be happy to write to you.
    Best regards, Alberto.

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