Europe


From the USA to Germany: Room for Gelato

27 November, 2017 10:38  Erin Erin

Room for Gelato Jessica Howard, 29, born in Cincinnati, moved from Detroit, MI to Stuttgart, Germany with my husband and dog.

1.    Why did you move abroad?
My husband accepted a work assignment in Germany. His contract is for 3 years.

2.    How do you make a living?

I have a marketing background and have a part-time marketing job here in Germany. I also spend my spare time blogging about our life in Germany at www.roomforgelato.com.
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From Romania to Denmark to Estonia: Expat in Estonia

13 November, 2017 09:00  Erin Erin

Expat in Estonia Alina My name is Alina and I am 26 years old. I moved to Estonia about 1 year ago, after living for more than 6 years as an expat in Denmark and I am originally from Bucharest, Romania.

1. Why did you move abroad?
After I finished my Master’s degrees in Denmark, I worked there for a while, but then decided it’s time for new adventures. My husband is Estonian (we met in Denmark) and I really thought Estonia is a really cosy country, yet constantly developing. I started applying for jobs online, when we were just discussing the idea of moving to Estonia; it all started more like a joke (“let’s see what happens”). But I got an offer really fast, so we decided to give it a go.

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From Florida to Ireland: My Irish Journey

06 November, 2017 08:08  Erin Erin

Jay in Ireland Jay Murphy, age 54, born Chicago, Illinois, lived for the last 20 years in St. Petersburg, Florida. Moved to Dungarvan, Ireland in March of 2017.

1. Why did you move abroad?  
We moved for quite a few reasons. What put us over the top was the election of the president in the US. One of the other reasons was major seasonal allergy problems in Florida. We were fortunate enough to live in Germany for 4 years and really loved Europe and wanted to come back. It helps that my wife has dual citizenship for Ireland and the US.
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From the Netherlands to Manchester: The Navigatio

23 October, 2017 07:25  Erin Erin

The Navigatio

I'm Nele (pronounced as Nayla), a Dutch 22 year old girl who moved to Manchester, England in 2014. While studying English and Creative Writing, I also share my experiences and interests on my blog.

1.Why did you move abroad?
There’s two main reasons why I decided to move abroad at 18 years old that go hand in hand. One, my boyfriend is English. Two, I wanted to study English but not purely as a second language. When I discovered Manchester Metropolitan University offered an English and Creative Writing degree, I started planning my move. It was made a lot easier because I already knew my boyfriend and his family there, who have helped me massively!
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D'Angers Ă  BrĂȘme (Allemagne) : AngĂ©liquement VĂŽtre

19 October, 2017 08:00  Expat Interviews Expat Interviews

Angéliquement VôtreJe m’appelle Angélique, je suis originaire d'Angers et j’habite depuis un an à Brême, dans le Nord de l’Allemagne.

1. Pourquoi êtes-vous partis à l'étranger ?

J’avais effectué de nombreux séjours prolongés à l’étranger pendant mes études dont en Allemagne et je me sentais vraiment bien dans ce pays. Cela étonne la plupart des gens mais l’Allemagne est un pays où il fait bon vivre ! Et puis je ne me voyais pas rester en France à la fin de mes études, la fièvre de l’étranger et du voyage m’ayant gagné depuis quelques années déjà … j’ai donc décidé de tenter ma chance et j’ai trouvé un poste en CDI avant la fin de mes études.
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From Montreal to Provence: CuriousProvence

09 October, 2017 08:47  Erin Erin

Curious Provence My name is Ashley. I’ve moved to Provence, France from Montréal, Canada. It was quite a big change!

1. Why did you move abroad?
I moved with my partner in search of a slower way of life. I always loved Europe for the food, architecture, and work-life balance. The south of France is also gorgeous and sunny!
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De España a Alemania: My Expat World

02 October, 2017 10:27  Erin Erin

My Expat World Hola. Mi nombre es Hor, soy Española y desde hace casi cuatro años vivo en Düsseldorf, Alemania.

1. ¿Por qué se fue al extranjero?
Siempre he sido muy inquieta, me gusta viajar, aprender idiomas, conocer nuevas culturas… Por lo que en cuanto acabé mis estudios decidí buscar trabajo fuera de mi país. Tras varias experiencias en el extranjero la vida, mejor dicho, una oportunidad profesional me trajo aquí y desde entonces (más de 3 años han pasado ya) vivo en Alemania.

2. ¿Cómo se gana la vida?
Trabajo en el área de Marketing Online para una empresa alemana.

Me gusta mi trabajo. Lo que más me gusta es los horarios de trabajo alemanes (En este país se sale de trabajar entre las 17.00-18.00 horas, lo que me permite tener bastante tiempo para mis amigos y mis hobbies) y las facilidades que se les da a los trabajadores para seguir desarrollándose profesionalmente.

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From USA to Spain: Travelin' with the TMax

25 September, 2017 10:41  Erin Erin

Tim Maxwell Spain Tim (aka the TMax), from the United States, living in Pamplona, Spain.

1.    Why did you move abroad?
I first moved abroad to play basketball, which I did in Germany and Belgium. Then, I decided I wanted to learn Spanish, which is what brought me to Spain.

2.    How do you make a living?
I am a personal trainer and train individuals and groups. I am also studying, in order to keep my visa.

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Du Gers Ă  Manchester : Tea bee's trips

21 September, 2017 08:00  Expat Interviews Expat Interviews

Tea bee's tripsJe m’appelle Mélodie, je viens du Gers dans le Sud Ouest de la France, j’habite à Manchester, Angleterre depuis septembre 2014.

1. Pourquoi êtes-vous partis à l'étranger ?

A la fin de mon master, je cherchais à faire une thèse et c’est à Manchester que j’ai trouvé le sujet qui me plaisait. Nous avons donc décidé avec mon conjoint de nous expatrier en Angleterre
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From Seattle to Andalucia: Christine in Spain

18 September, 2017 09:58  Erin Erin

Christine in spain I’m Christine, a proud Seattleite (Seattle, WA, U.S.A.) and now an adopted Española, living in Andalucia, Spain.

1. Why did you move abroad?
I studied abroad in Greece the summer going into my senior year of college and fell head-over-heels in love with travel. The history, the food, the culture, and how everything was so completely foreign to me evolved into absolute wanderlust. Naturally, after such a life-changing experience, long-term travel wasn’t something I could imagine putting off until retirement. The two-week vacation culture in the United States is suffocating, and I felt that if I could make travel a priority while I was still young, it would be the best decision I could make for myself.

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