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Budgeting Made Simple  Posted on 09/06/2013
Stuart MilesPersonal finance has become a serious topic of interest for me over the last few years. I regularly read personal finance blogs, many of which have been helpful for finding new and different ways to manage our money. We've...
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Why You Should Experience Alaska  Posted on 09/04/2013
This post about the great state of Alaska is one that I shared on a now-defunct blog as a guest post. In an effort to keep my writing in one place, now I'm sharing it here.I think it's safe to say that Alaska is the most majestic...
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Bilingual Baby to Bilingual Kid  Posted on 09/02/2013
It's been over a year since I first wrote about having a bilingual baby. Well, that baby is now a self-proclaimed "big kid", and her language skills have continued to grow and flourish in both Bulgarian and English. Although...
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Weird Summer  Posted on 08/26/2013
It's been a weird year, now that I really think about it. I started it off here in Pennsylvania, then went back to Bulgaria knowing that we would probably be leaving soon. The immigrant visa was approved, and then it felt like we were...
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Do You Have Unclaimed Money?  Posted on 08/20/2013
Image: Gualberto107A few years ago, there was a show on tv about regular people who had large sums of money owed to them that they didn't even know existed. The money was sitting in state treasuries, where it's called...
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Beach bound  Posted on 08/09/2013
We're headed down to the beach this weekend...because it just isn't summer unless you've laid on the sand at least once.
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Liebster Award  Posted on 07/29/2013
The lovely Lubka over at Balgar-ka nominated my blog for the Liebster award. Lubka is a Bulgarian living in London, and I love the variety of her posts. She shares recipes, outfits, and really interesting insights- check out her post on...
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Liebster Award  Posted on 07/29/2013
The lovely Lubka over at Balgar-ka nominated my blog for the Liebster award. Lubka is a Bulgarian living in London, and I love the variety of her posts. She shares recipes, outfits, and really interesting insights- check out her post on...
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The Transition: Expat Repatriation  Posted on 07/24/2013
It's been a month now that we've been in the states. We got settled in pretty quickly, at least physically. Suitcases have been unpacked and stored away, clothes are folded and hung, books are shelved, and the like. I have only...
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The Transition: Expat Repatriation  Posted on 07/24/2013
It's been a month now that we've been in the states. We got settled in pretty quickly, at least physically. Suitcases have been unpacked and stored away, clothes are folded and hung, books are shelved, and the like. I have only...
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 Comments

  • SergeGroenhuijzen
    SergeGroenhuijzen 10 February 2014 17:33:09

    Hello,

    Could you give me some advise? We will live in Sofia as of July. I read a lot about robberies of foreign people living in Sofia. Is it that worse or should we be carefull? I am also looking for a primary school for my 2 daughters 5 and 8. Do you have suggestions?
    Thanks!

    Serge

  • milamoya
    milamoya 06 August 2012 15:36:14

    Hi How r u, am from India, living and working here in Sofia
    Anu

  • Diana 13 July 2012 08:33:44

    I may be moving to Bulgaria (20,000 € per year job) and I have some questions I'd appreciate having answers to.
    1) What does everyday life cost?
    2) What do you pay in taxes?
    3) Is it hot in the summer?
    4) Is cycling a common sport?
    5) How do citizen react to Americans? French?
    Thanks for any answers you may want to send.
    Diana

  • stoichew
    stoichew 27 December 2012 17:42:59

    be moving to Bulgaria (20,000 %u20AC per year job) and I have some questions I'd appreciate having answers to.
    1) What does everyday life cost? Things are not very expensive. It will not be a major blow on your daily budjet.
    2) What do you pay in taxes? Electricity, water, if you are living in a flat, stair-way electricity.
    3) Is it hot in the summer? It depends. June - 30-35 degrees in celcius, july - 30-38 degrees celcius, August - 30 - 38 degrees celcius, September - 25- 30 degrees celcuis.
    4) Is cycling a common sport? Ofcourse, this is a European country, not a medieval state.
    5) How do citizen react to Americans? French? They react..i suppose normal. We are friendly and hospitable. Beware - Bulgarian is hard to learn.
    Thanks for any answers you may want to send.
    FOR DIANA -.^
    Answewred by a Bulgarian.
    My name is Iliyan Stoichev.

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