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A Scandinavian Sojourn was born when we first moved to Copenhagen with my husband's work. Looking for a way to keep family and friends updated at... read more [Hits: 42 - Added: 09-02-13]http://www.thesojournseries.com/...
This blog is about what happened when I tried to make life a little more interesting by moving to Europe after my studies. I had planned on a stint in... read more [Hits: 54 - Added: 24-03-12]http://www.abiglife.wordpress.co...
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"Inside the looking glass, the reality may not be hell, but it sure isn't heaven either. Hockey wives are wives and mothers like anyone else. But... read more [Hits: 73 - Added: 13-09-12]http://www.adayinthelifeofahocke...
I write about my life in Berlin and all the silly stuff I go through read more [Hits: 39 - Added: 19-08-12]http://www.amorequietplace.com/
Writing about the adventure of cooking and writing on the other side of the world. read more [Hits: 4 - Added: 25-08-14]http://atravellingcook.blogspot....
Having fun with the Germans. Cycling the flea markets of France & Germany. Walking & beachcombing the coast of Europe & rearranging... read more [Hits: 18 - Added: 04-10-12]http://breisach.wordpress.com/
Germans can be pretty serious people, but there are myriad funny things about how they live, work, and play. Here is a look at some of these... read more [Hits: 53 - Added: 12-03-13]http://allsinkscherman.blogspot....
Finding my way in a Bavarian wonderland... read more [Hits: 58 - Added: 26-01-11]http://munichami.blogspot.com/
I'm an Arizona girl who fell in love with and married a German. We moved together to Madison, Wis., which we called the mid-point between Germany and... read more [Hits: 162 - Added: 17-10-10]http://www.munichami.blogspot.co...
Lately I have been experiencing a lot of emotions. My feelings of being a true outsider often overwhelm me, but the surprising emotion that I have watched grow over the past few years, is my ability t... read more
Posted on 6 March 2015 | 1:48 pm
After we were done diving last Saturday, we partook in a German tradition:
Kaffee and Kuchen. Except that we didn't drink coffee, or eat cake for that
matter. But, we did get something wa... read more
Posted on 6 March 2015 | 12:07 am
The Mauerpark saga is reaching a crucial phase. To recap: the politicians and developers (Groth Gruppe) want to build some 700(!) apartments to the north of the Gleimtunnel. The number of apartments k... read more
Posted on 5 March 2015 | 9:30 pm
Der Irische Berliner
Since I took up my job as an English teacher in January, I’ve received a plethora of questions related to ESL (English Second Language) teaching. From ‘do I need a TEFL certificate to teac... read more
Posted on 5 March 2015 | 3:57 pm
Sometimes you just want a really simple dish, and this is where quinoa comes in. It's easy to use, has a lovely nutty flavour and lends itself to a range of sweet and savory cuisines. I had some asian... read more
Posted on 5 March 2015 | 2:31 pm
A Travelling Cook
I’ll be co-hosting with Amy of The London Assembly an afternoon of storytime and play. It will take place on 10th March (Tuesday) from 2 to 3.30pm. There will be fun songs... read more
Posted on 5 March 2015 | 11:19 am
Chronicles of Yoyo
Radio überlin explores all that is weird and wonderful about life in Berlin, with the help of guests from the city’s international scene. Expat life - live!The post Radio überlin, now ... read more
Posted on 5 March 2015 | 9:30 am
Before I moved, I googled. A lot. Probably too much, and definitely got too much of the wrong kind of information, not that I knew it at the time. It’s like that saying about a going to a restau... read more
Posted on 5 March 2015 | 6:00 am
Starting over in Stuttgart
March is busier month here in Germany because of the Easter Markets! March Things To Do Around Spangdahlem has some interesting things to go see. Not sure how we didn’t know about the Easter Ma... read more
Posted on 5 March 2015 | 5:00 am
World Traveling Military Family
A little while ago, I was asked for a recommendation for a good roasting potato (hello Tom); and then again, just this week, for advice on what sort of spud to use for soups and mash...
The ... read more
Posted on 4 March 2015 | 7:43 pm
A Sausage Has Two
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