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An American attempting to settle into German language & culture. With a shoe fetish. read more [Hits: 97 - Added: 21-09-11]http://americaninwiesbaden.blogs...
A Germany-based food blog from an English expat. Amongst my rants about overly-complicated menus and love-letters to wine taverns in Hessen and... read more [Hits: 17 - Added: 11-02-14]http://www.eatingwiesbaden.com
my stories about moving and discovering the Frankfurt read more [Hits: 37 - Added: 31-03-16]https://frankfurtliving.wordpres...
I´m a Finnish mum living in Germany. We moved to Wiesbaden, Hesse in autumn 2010 only about one month before our sweet little daughter was born. In... read more [Hits: 45 - Added: 12-11-11]http://frauwelle.blogspot.com/
Making the life of non-German speaking people living in Germany easier. This is my promise.
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I write about life in Germany with 3 kids read more [Hits: 28 - Added: 11-02-16]http://mariaknorr.blogspot.de/
This is the story of two people from opposite ends of the world who fell in love in Japan, got married in Singapore, moved to the UK thinking that... read more [Hits: 56 - Added: 07-06-12]http://craftymemories.wordpress....
If you want to know what it is like to live in a city full of opportunities, being a mom of two, how to cope when life gives you lemons, fun stuff,... read more [Hits: 18 - Added: 14-10-17]https://little-origin.nl
A blog about living and working in Frankfurt and Germany. Full of tips, tricks and local info to help you get set up in Frankfurt and to survive... read more [Hits: 36 - Added: 10-10-17]http://www.frankfurt-expat.com
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
Je voelt ‘em misschien al aankomen. Al eerder kondigde ik veranderingen aan hier op mijn blog. Vaak en lang heb ik getwijfeld aan het behouden van little origin. Er heeft namelijk zoveel plezier... read more
Posted on 18 March 2020 | 7:25 pm
When posed the question what advice I would give current students to
prepare themselves for the German job market, I had a somewhat unusual
piece of advice: join Twitter.... read more
Posted on 8 January 2020 | 2:58 pm
Blog - Tori Boeck (Dykes)
This is clearly for the Brits among you, so sorry for everyone who isn’t interested in short bread and fudge! Its end of November, cold, grey and time to start thinking about Christmas. If you a... read more
Posted on 22 November 2019 | 6:01 pm
Living in Frankfurt
The kids have been spending a lot of time playing and fighting over their train set in the summer. They get lost in their own world of trains crashing, transporting animals and food, visiting various ... read more
Posted on 26 August 2019 | 1:39 pm
Chronicles of Yoyo
Wrote this last week but never published :(My plan was to write about Anton and his school a bit. Or about how German language acquisition is (after being in Germany for 4 years). However .... read more
Posted on 12 March 2019 | 12:37 pm
Knorr Family Adventures
ここのとこ-ろ、スキン-ケアにココ-ナッツオイ-ルを利用... read more
Posted on 28 January 2018 | 2:48 pm
This month marks exactly four years since I moved to Frankfurt. Four years of summer picnics on the Lohrberg and bike rides along the Nidda Canal. Four years of weekend toasts at Friedberger Platz and... read more
Posted on 14 June 2017 | 5:22 pm
The Dusty Compass
Florence. Capital of Tuscany, cradle of the Renaissance, ‘City of Art’. It’s romantic, it’s beautiful and it’s brimming with culture. But Florence with kids? Absolut... read more
Posted on 26 May 2017 | 3:17 pm
Making Here Home – Expat Life and Advice on Moving Abroad
You can rent a bike anytime from the Call-a-bike points that you can see around the town. It’s pretty cheap. There are two tariffs: comfort or basic plan. In the comfort plan you pay 3 €/ye... read more
Posted on 24 May 2016 | 2:08 pm
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