Fatima Al-Zahraa Al Atraktchi is often described as ambitious, focused and disciplined. Besides from being an immigrant, woman, mother, author and Muslim she also is one of the most intelligent people in the Scandinavian...
Category: Women at Work
Would you strap yourself onto a 200 ton rocket and 3 million liter of fuel? Voluntarily that is. The thought alone would probably scare the shits out of most people. Jessica Meier on the other hand can’t wait for her name to show up on the list. Soon she will be on her way to the International Space Station.
There is a new sheriff in town. With a gun in her hand and a Stetson on her head she patrols the empty streets of Country Town. There is not a lot to patrol. Most of the houses are empty and the current population is below three. The sheriff of Country Town, who also goes by the name Lisbeth Hermansen, bought most of this place four years ago, changed its name and announced herself as the sheriff.
Country Town is located on the west coast of Denmark. The sheriff – or Lisbeth Hermansen – who rules here is a rebel at heart. Most likely she came out from her mother’s womb with her fists ready for a fight. That was 60 years ago. Today her hair may be gray but her eyes tell the story of a woman who never stopped fighting for her values.
Farmland, windblown trees and empty houses
Country Town is a small gathering of worn out houses and an old inn located near the Danish west coast. If you stand on the balcony of the inn looking west you will see the waves of the North Sea brake against the shore.
An Interview with an entrepreneur and bundle of energy
Once a month Sanne Fehmerling Kristiansen stands on a stage in Copenhagen. Her message is clear: To let the audience in on the small scale approach to Freedom. Her goal is to educate people in how to get more out of life – both in terms of finances, health and energy.
An Idea Popped Up
It was just an idea that popped up in Sanne Fehmerling Kristiansen’s mind approximately 3 years ago. At that time she had just finished a course called Balance Economy in Malmo, Sweden. In her mind what she just had learned during this training was so simple and yet revolutionary that she felt an urge to spread it to the rest of the world.