Why not move to Germany?
I’ve received a few emails and comments recently about tips to make a move to Germany easier.
What is it really like returning to our familiar America after living and experiencing life, and needing to find our own familiarity within a different ‘exotic’ place?
Here is the final segment of what Americans notice about Germans, which was first published in die Zeit in 2002: Was Amerikanern an Deutschen auffällt, oder Fünfzig Wege die Amerikaner gewinnen den Deutschen Aufmerksamkeit (50 ways the Americans attract Germans attention).
Here is part 3 of my four part series, What Americans notice about the Germans.
Part 2 of my 4 part series about What Americans notice about the Germans
This too will be a short post, shorter than the one from yesterday. I have found a new love…
Welcome to part one of what Americans notice about Germans. Get ready for the rabbit hole.
It is important to address the dimensions of culture learning, as we all also go through these as we travel and learn about other places, cultures and people and as we learn about ourselves through this process.
Yup, that’s me, an American, born and bread in Cascadia to Rebulican consumerist parents