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Germany

That Blog Where Cherie Moves to Germany

thatblogwherecheriemovestogermany.wordpress.com

That Blog Where Cherie Moves to Germany tells the story of how I met my German husband, how we fell in love and planned an international move, and all the adventures along the way from Michigan to Germany.

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Life in Düsseldorf

lifeinduesseldorf.com

Life in Düsseldorf is the city's largest online English language publication geared to helping expats settle in and make the best out of their experience here in Düsseldorf. Topics include living, learning, playing, working and different district features. We also love to share the best day trips and weekend getaways outside of the city to inspire expats to get out and explore more of this beautiful country!

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Neenaland

http://ninalandicho.com

Neenaland is a personal interest blog of a Filipino expat building a home in Germany.

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Cheryl Howard

http://cherylhoward.com/

Cherylhoward.com is a travel and expat living blog to inspire you to travel more or move abroad.

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Rama's Zone

https://ramaszone.wordpress.com/

My journey from a daughter who was born and brought up in India and to wife and a mom in a whole new country called Germany. Responsibilities as a wife started from learning how to cook to buy groceries, budget planning, house organisation, learning new language etc. The real kick-start of my responsibilities began after having my baby girl, life has changed since then and I feel more responsible now, making decisions, juggling my life and parenting between two rich cultures. These brought me to start a blog to share my life’s experiences which help women like me out there.

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Live Work Germany

http://liveworkgermany.com/

Live Work Germany is the blog of an English expat, focusing on providing expats and prospective expats in Germany helpful guidance on specific, related topics as well as a general life in Germany blog.

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Oh God My Wife Is German

https://ohgodmywifeisgerman.com/

Subtitled 'The Misadventures of an American Expat and His Wife in Germany', this blog is a no holds barred collection of stories and musings that began many moons ago as a collection of quotes and 'Denglish' mistranslations. Including including posts about culture shock, life as an American expat and a healthy helping of sarcasm, posts will change Monday mornings forever.

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My German Life

https://sarahstaebler.wordpress.com/

About to become a Mom to her second child, Sarah blogs as an American girl in Hamburg. She shares her daily life, DIY, unusual pizza presentation practises, newly developed habits and general musings on life in Germany.

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Speaking Denglish

http://www.speaking-denglish.com/

Living in the land of pretzels and punctuality seems to agree with Alex, a non-German-speaking Texan who intended to live short-term in Deustchland, but has found herself still there 6 years later. This 'Texpat' blogger/student/small business owner shares her adventures and tips (such as how to find a student job in Germany and the real experience of flat hunting in Munich) whilst she pursues a Master’s Degree.

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Lehrer Werkstatt

https://mrsralf.wordpress.com/

Lehrer Werkstatt focuses on living and teaching in Germany. Initially Kathleen's impression was how similar Germany was to her American home, but before long she began to get under the skin of the weird and wonderful differences of a land where beer is often cheaper than water.