Germany

Expat Living
Romance And Red Tape: A Guide For Expats Getting Married In Germany

Marriage: where romance meets red tape. Whether for love or visas, marriage is a subject that eventually comes up for many long-term expats in Germany.

In line with Germany’s enduring badge of baffling bureaucracy, performing the holy union here is hardly simple. This   more ...

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Retirement
What You Need To Know Before Retiring To Germany

“The secret of genius is to carry the spirit of the child into old age, which means never losing your enthusiasm” — Aldous Huxley.

Retiring   more ...

Transport
How To Drive In Germany: An Expat Guide

Driving in Germany isn’t a cheap thrill, it’s a luxury. It won’t take long to notice that everything from cars to the roads themselves are impec   more ...

Nina Roper Yearwood, Köln

Who are you?

My name is Nina Roper Yearwood. I’m an expat building a home in Germany.   more ...

Expat Living
Challenges Expats Face In Germany And How To Address Them

“If you aren't in over your head, how do you know how tall you are?”
― T.S. Eliot

Of all the sentences T.S. Eliot wrote, this one might be   more ...


 
  
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Nina Roper Yearwood, Köln

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My name is Nina Roper Yearwood. I’m an expat building a home in Germany.   more ...

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   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 ...