Idaho to Prague | International Relocation

Rachel’s Move | Idaho to Prague | International Relocation After I graduated from the University of Idaho, my plan was to teach English in Prague for a year then come home and get a ‘real’ job. After two years in the Czech Republic, I started to feel like I was building a home. I had friends, a job, … Continue Reading

NYC to Tel Aviv | International Relocation

Ross’ Move | NYC to Tel Aviv | International Relocation Being born and raised on the US East Coast, I’ve spent the majority of my life in the same place (a radius of about three-hours drive) – whether it be my childhood, college education, or first dive into “careerism” in NYC. Since my personality developed to specifically embody constant energy, … Continue Reading

Buenos Aires to Stockholm | International Relocation

Franco’s Move |  Buenos Aires to Stockholm | International Relocation When I relocated to Sweden, I had already been living in three completely different places in the world including my home country Argentina, Australia and the UK. Each of these places have very unique vibes, and people’s behaviours were one of the clearest indicators of how cultural … Continue Reading

Cultural Curiosities

Landing in a brand new place invariably involves culture shock and issues can range from subtle tremors to Cat 5 hurricanes. Here are seven cultural curiosities that came up in a thread I started on the discussion forum at InterNations.org. • Long lunches followed by naps in Southern France. Everything stops between noon and 2pm. • While it’s a … Continue Reading