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
Before moving to Germany, I wanted to prepare myself on what to expect when I got here. I watched youtube videos debunking German stereotypes, learning about culture and everything in between. Naturally, there are still things that surprise me. Besides still seeing cigarette advertisements, like I mentioned here, a couple Continue Reading
Hello everyone! Unfortunately, I won’t be posting anything here today (except this…). It’s been a busy mom-week for me and I’m still trying to figure out how to manage my time! That being said, while I have a few drafts and ideas for next blog posts, I would love to Continue Reading
Happy Wednesday, Friends! Today’s post is going to be a little more informal. I wanted to share with you a few photos and what it’s like here in Germany in the Autumn. While my family and friends back home in Western Canada have been experiencing quite cold weather for this Continue Reading
With the large number of castles in Germany, it can be difficult to figure out which ones you want to visit and sometimes the landmarks we want to see dictate where our travels will take us. I hope this guide to visiting Schloss Moyland (Moyland Castle) will help you decide Continue Reading
What to expect when flying long-haul with your cat.
What to see and do when taking a day-trip to Koblenz, Germany.
Tomorrow will be exactly 6 months since I arrived in Germany and if I’m completely honest, I still haven’t processed that fact that I’m thousands of kilometres away from where I grew up. On the flip side, life feels totally different than it did when we were still living and Continue Reading
Today I wanted to share the two big differences when it comes to renting in Germany compared to Canada. My renting experiences in Canada have been varied, so I know that everywhere you go there is always a chance that it could be different, but it’s good to be aware Continue Reading
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