Blog of the month
Every month, we select one blog from the expat blog directory.
My name is Rachael - I'm British born and bred but these days I call America home. I grew up in rural Yorkshire, and in 2011 I made the move to The Motor City - Detroit, Michigan after falling in love with an American.
Previous blogs of the month
Howdy, I'm Kristine. I'm originally from Kelowna BC, Canada, but am currently living and working in Saudi Arabia as a Registered Nurse (RN).
I lived in Sheffield in the UK, before persuading my wife to live amongst the hills of Monferrato in Italy. I now consider myself to be fluent in the Italian language after mastering important phrases such as "mi piace vino rosso".
I am from Sweden, Stockholm and origin was Nacka in the archipelago of Stockholm. Country now: New Zealand, city Auckland, I live by the sea central of Auckland.
Hello, my name is Tiffany. I moved from the US to Qatar almost two years ago for my job. Part of the reason I came to Qatar was to travel and learn about different cultures.
I'm Laura and I moved from Wisconsin to Puerto Rico with my husband and two pre-school aged kids. We decided to move in May 2014, and by August 2014 we were here!
My name is Tina, and I was born in Northern Pennsylvania on Lake Erie. I have had the privilege of living all over the U.S. and experience culture shock within my own country. It is a very different place North to South, East to West!
Iím Naomi, Iím from South-East London, UK, born and bred! I studied modern languages at university and am now working as an English teacher at the British Council in BogotŠ, and as a freelance translator and writer on the side.
My name is Jodi and I'm an English teacher at a commercial high school in Japan. Iím originally from St. Louis, Missouri in the United States.
My name is Anda Alexandra and I live in the magical city of Cracow (or Krakow, how the locals write it). I married a fine young Polish lad - if you cut any Polish person, you will see that not blood runs through theirs veins, but a genuine love for their motherland.