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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: 77 - 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: 77 - 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: 108 - 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: 67 - Added: 19-08-12]http://www.amorequietplace.com/
Germany and Pakistan are two very different countries in terms of language, culture and even geography. I write about the experiences I have from... read more [Hits: 70 - Added: 24-03-15]https://mydeutschlandblog.wordpr...
Writing about the adventure of cooking and writing on the other side of the world. read more [Hits: 15 - 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: 28 - 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: 106 - Added: 12-03-13]http://allsinkscherman.blogspot....
Finding my way in a Bavarian wonderland... read more [Hits: 78 - Added: 26-01-11]http://munichami.blogspot.com/
Season 4, Episode 20. Moving abroad means starting completely over from scratch. Career, friendships, belongings, culture, language - all of these things are gone or nearly gone when you move abroad.... read more
Posted on 13 August 2020 | 5:08 am
The Expat Cast
Expat grief? It’s a thing! Many of you probably don’t even realize that you’ve had it, still have it, or will feel it in the near future. If you are an expat you can probably agree o... read more
Posted on 11 August 2020 | 5:11 am
Life in Düsseldorf
The day we visited the Pfahlbau Museum Bodensee, or Pile Dwelling Museum on Lake Constance, it was absolutely pouring. It was in the shoulder season, so there was only one tour that day, and we&helli... read more
Posted on 10 August 2020 | 12:57 pm
Erin at Large
The post 20 Ideas to Make Money from Home – Anyone Can Do appeared first on My Life in Germany.... read more
Posted on 10 August 2020 | 9:29 am
My Life in Germany
Did you know that Germany has a few islands? You'd have to zoom in on your Google Maps to see them, but they're there. And one of the most popular islands to visit on the Baltic Sea is the relatively ... read more
Posted on 10 August 2020 | 4:59 am
Find out the different ways you can make friends in Berlin with these tips about how to meet new people in the German capital.
The post How To Make Friends In Berlin In 2020 appeared first on cherylho... read more
Posted on 9 August 2020 | 3:15 pm
The best hiking apps for 2020 ranging from GPS hiking apps, to safety to ones that will enhance your hike and increase your knowledge.
You can read the original article here: 8 Best Hiking Apps Of 20... read more
Posted on 9 August 2020 | 11:32 am
Monkeys and Mountains | Adventure Travel
Limestone is one of the best building materials for construction and renovation. It is not only cost-effective and affordable but also provides a long term and durable solution in construction. Limest... read more
Posted on 8 August 2020 | 4:25 am
No Ordinary Homestead
Looking for a business bank account in Germany? Here you go! Our newest addition to the collection… business bank accounts in Germany. Be it for freelancers or for legal entities (e.g. UG or Gm... read more
Posted on 7 August 2020 | 11:06 pm
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