5 Cafés worth visiting in Frankfurt

Frankfurt is full of cafés and I always enjoy trying out new places. Whether you want to enjoy your own company for a couple of hours or catch up with friends over coffee, here are a few cafés I'd recommend visiting in Frankfurt: Das Herz von FrankfurtLocated near Römer, Das Herz von Frankfurt is a chic... Continue Reading →

Three years of living in Germany!

Before moving, I told myself that I'd live in Germany for a minimum of three years. I gathered that three years would give me enough time to really improve my language skills, become familiar with Frankfurt and build strong relationships with those around me. What I didn't consider, is that after three years of giving... Continue Reading →

Choosing to stay with family or move abroad

When given the choice to move abroad, one of the first things we often ask ourselves is "What about my family?" For many of us, family is one of our top priorities in life. Especially when they begin to extend and there are engagements, weddings, pregnancies, and unfortunately sometimes funerals too. We often feel as though... Continue Reading →

Vegetarian restaurants in Frankfurt

I love eating out in Frankfurt because, despite the typical meat-heavy German cuisine, there are some delicious vegetarian options for those of us who prefer to eat meat free. After trying out quite a few places, here are my favourite vegetarian & vegan breakfast, lunch and dinner spots for the next time you're feeling hungry.... Continue Reading →

How to travel Europe from Frankfurt

Frankfurt is the perfect location to travel from. It's located in the centre of Europe and is home to Germany's  largest airport, making travel to other European countries extremely easy and accessible.  I've put together a few tips to help you out when exploring. Here's how to get around: Aeroplane There are two airports in... Continue Reading →

How to decide where to move abroad

When travelling, I often consider if I would ever want to live in the place I'm holidaying in, and it got me thinking about what makes me answer with either 'yes' or 'no.' I already had a personal connection to Germany before moving here from the UK, but if I wanted to relocate again, then... Continue Reading →

The 5 hardest things about living abroad

I love living abroad and it's one of the best choices I've ever made but every now and again I get this 'ugh' feeling. This frustration with the abnormalities of living abroad. I asked a few international friends what they sometimes find difficult about living abroad and we pretty much agreed on the same points.... Continue Reading →

The four phases of culture shock

It creeps up on you when you least expect it and pushes you out of your depth as you try to comprehend these abnormalities that are actually now normalities. In fact, you're the abnormal one now. Culture shock. Two and half years into my expat journey and as much as I have embraced the German... Continue Reading →

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