Germany

What To Do In Your First Month In Germany

During your first month in Germany, you may feel as though you’re caught in a series of confusing red tape mazes. In Germany’s specific brand of bureaucratic orienteering, sequential order is everything. This article is a step by step guide, helping you to navigate this   more ...


An Expat Guide To Banking In Germany

Choosing the right bank can be both stressful and tedious in equal measures. If you’re new in Germany and asking yourself if you need to open a Germ   more ...

A Guide To The Cost Of Living In Frankfurt

While German salaries may seem low for many from the Anglosphere, purchasing power is in fact quite high. This means you can attain a great quality of   more ...

Job Hunting In Germany - A Guide For Expats

Germany is in the midst of a powerful era. The country is the economic and symbolic centre of Europe, unemployment is low, and numerous industries are   more ...

An Expat Guide To Getting A Work Permit In Germany

Due to Germany’s ageing population, the government is relatively keen to have more skilled hands on the proverbial deck.

This is not to say, howe   more ...


 
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Cheryl Howard, Berlin

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I’m Cheryl Howard, a Canadian from Toronto who’s been living in Berlin, Germany for about five years or so. By day, I work as an Agile Coach for a tech startup and by night, I work as travel blogger at cherylhoward.com where I write about travel an   more ...

Rama

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I am Rama, an Indian and a mom of a little daughter. I completed my master's degree and worked in editing field for few years,   more ...

Sarah, Bremen

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My name is Sarah. I am a British expat living in Bremen, Germany.   more ...

Chris Olson, Wuppertal

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My name is Chris Olson and I’m a self-employed English trainer in Wuppertal, Germany.


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