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”