Visiting a Renaissance Fair in Germany

Autumn is hands-down my favourite season, though when spring rolls around you may hear me say the same thing… The cooling weather and the changing leaves make this time of year feel like a fresh start. Regardless of the pandemic, I am enjoying my second Autumn in Germany, especially our Continue Reading

Popular Food Flavours in Germany

One of the things that I like to do when travelling is visit local supermarkets. I find it interesting how different countries have different food flavours that they find more appealing. The different food flavours that are popular here in Germany have been a bit surprising for me and today Continue Reading

3 (More) Things I Love About Germany

After my post 2 weeks ago about the things I miss about Canada, I thought I’d share a few things I love about living in Germany. My first blog post, 4 things I love about Germany, was almost a year ago! Now, I’ve finally got 3 more that I love Continue Reading

The 3 Things I Miss About Canada

I’ve been living in Germany for almost 18 months now, I can safely say that there isn’t too much I miss about my home country. I do love Canada, but I can find everything that I need here, for the most part. There are 3 things, however, that I do Continue Reading

Feeling Far From Home

Hello, everyone! I know that it’s been a while since I’ve written anything here, but I just haven’t had the time! That being said, I really wanted to share what it’s been like in Germany the past couple of weeks with the spread of the Coronavirus. The worldwide closing of Continue Reading

The Hardest Part of Living Abroad

The prospect of moving abroad can be exciting, freeing, nerve-wracking, and stressful. And for a lot of people, moving abroad also means having to learn a new language. It can be the hardest part of living abroad since language correlates with everything you do. I had a comment from one Continue Reading

The Challenges of Moving to a New Country

Moving to a new country, is exciting, stressful, and challenging, but rewarding. The lesson is not only about learning a new language and culture, but learning about yourself and what you’re capable of. It’s almost like having to re-learn and build up the confidence to do things that you already Continue Reading