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 →

Flat sharing: the pros and cons

Whilst I was more than ready to live alone before moving abroad, I decided to live in a flat share  to meet people and make friends. Whilst it wasn't always a smooth experience, moving to a new city that you are not familiar with and where you don't know anyone can be lonely. My original... Continue Reading →

Frankfurt: a convenient city

If there's one thing I love about living in Frankfurt, it's the convenience that this city offers. There's more to Frankfurt than what initially meets the eye - here's how Frankfurt has boosted my quality of life: Commuting in Frankfurt I didn't realise how draining the London commute actually was until I didn't have to... Continue Reading →

Sick leave in Germany

Being sick is a weak excuse in the London office. Unless everyone can see that you have dragged yourself to work that morning, are looking extra rough, tried to act as if you’re not ill, but still ended up nearly fainting at your desk, you’re either completely faking it, exaggerating or running out of annual... Continue Reading →

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