Café Studying

Happy Wednesday, dearests

November AarhusIn Aarhus, there’s many a great place to study. The State Library on campus is one. However, when November is wearing you down (I’m affected even though I started on my D-vitamin supplement in mid-September), it’s great to go somewhere else just to make thesis writing more fun (I pretend it can be).

Yesterday I had lunch at Café Panorama – a well-hidden gem of a place I’ve never been to before. It has a great view and awesome light to brighten up a November-gloomy mood. And free wifi. And enough sheep skins to make me happy. It’s open from 8-17, so excellent for studying during the day.

Panorama Aarhus

Løve’s is another place. Darker, cave-like in a good, warm & friendly way.  Homey even. Løve’s open till midnight, so perfect for a study night.

Løve's Aarhus

I’ve met people (guys only) who think it’s pretentious and for showing off only that I’m going to a café for working/studying. Well, I don’t think that at all. A change of scene is always nice. And when you can trick your mind into thinking that it’s not really like working because you’re at a café I say go for it. Hater’s gonna hate, right?

How are you managing November?


6 thoughts on “Café Studying”

  1. Always love to get more cafe recommendations. Thanks! Question, what brand of vitamin D do you take? I’m new to Denmark and haven’t really done a vitamin D regimen before, and I’m hesitant to just jump in and buy any old bottle of vitamins. Does yours have Calcium, too? I’ve heard it’s best to take them together?

    1. And those are great places, so I’m glad I could be of service 🙂

      Regarding vitamin D, I take these but I’ve recently discovered this brand which I’m thinking of switching to when I run out of the PurePharma ones. The D-pearls are a little stronger than the one’s I’m taking, and I’ve heard good things about them. I take my daily D with fish oil and vitamin C. I don’t really know anything about calcium I’m afraid.

      I think it’s a good idea to take vitamin D in wintertime. Even though I’m Danish through and trough, I get affected by the lack of sun.

  2. I’m sure you’ve been there, but one of my absolute favorites is LYNfabrikken. The atmosphere is awesome and there are plenty of outlets to charge your laptop while you work and you can sit there the whole day and just stare out at the rooftops of the city. Just in case you haven’t been, I highly recommend it!

    1. I love LYNfabrikken! I thought of mentioning the place in this post, but I don’t really have any photos from there, so I figured I would write about it another time 🙂 But thanks for the recommendation – it is such a nice place. I love the industrial feel and bright atmosphere there.

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