[°This is prompt 6 in the #virtualcampfire2021 November writing series hosted by @chameleon_coaching & @southboundstories. “I’m a verbose, life-improvement in process.” Me If you have seen my other posts you know by now that I have a lot to say. We all know that it is your choice to read any or all of itContinue reading “A six word story about ME”
So, you want to move to Germany? There are three common ways to do this, study here, marry a German, or find a company willing to relocate you.
Having recently returned from an extensive adventure in the northwest United States that inevitably meant a trip to the always amazing Powell’s bookstore in Portland, I was careful to only return to Germany with about 20 lbs of books. I got off light. Oh, the restraint I showed!!
Oh my!! I feel after reading this that I could change the whole plan of my blog, as if there truly is a plan and respond to each one of these little lessons. I just might to be honest with you, yet that might also take away from its ultimate truth. This is a brilliantContinue reading “Lessons from a 90-year-old”
A secret advantage to expatriation and immigration that no one seems to know.
This seems simple enough but, we often forget!
In one of my last posts I mentioned my husbands and my struggle with our own version of the “freshman fifteen”
Thanks to blogger Ayotimotysocial for this one:
I have thought a lot about things I miss from home. A colleague of mine at the university, who has lived in Germany for some time between fifteen and twenty years has said that you forget what you miss after a while. I imagine it is all aspects of one’s own personal journey with cultureContinue reading “Culture Shock”