AKA how not to go broke as a business owner or freelancer in Germany. ;) Here are some of my top recommendations for staying one step ahead of natural calamities, freak accidents, non-paying clients or sudden sickness. And ensure that you can live a safe, and secure emotional and financial life in a foreign country. Some may call them necessary evil - but these essential insurances for freelancers in Germany can really keep you afloat in times of crisis.
Here is a tongue in the cheek guide to dating a German (and keeping your sanity intact during the relationship). Brace yourself for a silly generalised post about typical quirks of German SOs and dating rules in Germany.
Most expats don’t realise how much life as an expat in Germany alters them until they return home and struggle with reverse culture shock. Here is a silly but relatable list of 45 signs that you have been living in Germany for too long.
Are you considering buying land in Germany to build a house? Here are my tips that you should consider before buying land in Germany as a foreigner.
Is it possible to leash train a cat? Yes, our cat is living proof of that. In this post, I will cover some essentials and a few tricks on how you can leash and harness train your Maine coon (or any other cat breed).
Do you want to become a freelancer in Germany? Will you be better off with a proper salaried job or Is being your own boss is worth it? I have been freelancing in Germany for nearly three years now. Here are some of my thoughts about the pros and cons of being a freelancer in Germany.
Stuck in your flat without any air conditioning in Germany? Here are some tips to stay cool during the German heatwave this summer.
So how would you rate your knowledge of the German mülltrennung system? Do you separate your household waste according to the German system? Learn all about German garbage disposal in this article.
Last updated on July 22nd, 2020 at 04:02 pmI’ve been living in Germany since 2010, and in Franconia for the past three years. It almost immediately became my favourite place in Germany. So much so that I decided to pen down top reasons to live in Franconia. <3 Before I moved here, all I ever thought of Bavaria was the Alpine skyline, blue and white chequered flags and Weisswurst and Weissbier. Franconia changes that cliché very quickly. This northern region of Bavaria is all about red and white flags, bratwürst, lush green landscapes, a colourful regional dialect that I still find so amusing and home to over 300 breweries! Franconia…
Are you a vegetarian in Germany? Or do you have some special diets preferences like vegan or gluten free? How do you buy healthy vegetarian or vegan or gluten free food in Germany? Find out more in this post