Frankfurt: a convenient city

No long commutes and no overcrowding are the two main things I love about living in Frankfurt. Life here is a bit slower than in my home city London, which does of course has many specialities, but I love I no longer feeling like a sardine when I walk around the city and I never... Continue Reading →

Struggling with German in Frankfurt

I definitely had an advantage when I moved to Germany. In hindsight being able to speak German before I got here was actually a huge advantage and I wasn't quite aware of how much my German language skills contributed to the ease of settling in in Frankfurt. Yes, there were times when I needed to look... Continue Reading →

The world’s biggest book fair

Hundreds and thousands of pages of knowledge at the Frankfurt Buchmesse (book fair) this year! Not only was everyone spoilt for choice with new reads, but it was also a great opportunity to attend talks and presentations if you were lucky enough to get an industry ticket (which I wasn't), and if not then it... Continue Reading →

Moving from London to Frankfurt

"Why would someone leave London for Frankfurt?" Is what you may be thinking. Truth is, it was more than just the city that brought me here, but although there are a few things I wish I could have brought with me, I just can't justify moving back to London right now. Here's why: Small fish... Continue Reading →

Festivities in Frankfurt!

It's that time of year again and what better place to spend the run up to Christmas than Germany, famous for its wonderful Weihnachtsmärkte (Christmas markets). Opening on the first advent of Christmas, which I kind of think is a bigger thing over here than it is in the UK, Frankfurt's Christmas markets are accompanied by... Continue Reading →

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