Mari from USA (or M.L. Tishner) talks about being an English-speaking writer abroad. She also explains how you bring a dog from USA to Germany.
Is integration always a choice? And why do Romanians have a bad reputation in western Europe? Vlad from Romania discusses these issues from his homeland.
Germany is intertwined with Michael Silberman’s life, even though he lives in the USA. He reminisces about his time in Germany in the 80s, and discusses Article 116.
parkrun is a weekly timed 5km run, where it doesn’t matter how fast or fit you are. And it’s free. I discuss the concept with organizers of the Wöhrder See parkrun in Nürnberg.
In my guest appearance on the Expat Cast, I discuss raising a special needs child in Germany, deciding to stay in Germany, and the smell of manure out in the country.
What is an “expat”? The word has several definitions and might also be considered as biased based on how it’s used in relation to “immigrant” and “migrant”.
Anna Noakes Schulze, who gave a TEDx talk called “Living Abroad Teaches Us the Power of Connections”, expands on the talk and tells her expat story.
How to find jobs in Germany, what to include in your CV, and what to expect from job interviews
German work culture might often be described in stereotypes, but there are some concrete truths you can use to adapt as an expat working in Germany.
Sarah has had quite an international life so far, and now finds herself in Berlin, Germany. She discusses her first impressions of the country, people, and the culture.