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Living in Germany

German Superstitions – Common “Aberglaube” in Germany
German Superstitions – Common “Aberglaube” in Germany

No matter where you come from, we are sure you are familiar with some strange superstitions. As irrational as they might be, we all have an overly superstitious friend –...

Working in Germany – How to Find a Job in Germany
Working in Germany – How to Find a Job in Germany

As an expat coming to Germany, we know that it can be very challenging to find a job in the country. In addition, the whole process behind working in Germany...

Driving in Germany
Driving in Germany

Germany is known for its highways. On many routes, there is no speed limit. The highway network stretches all over Germany and you can quickly get from one city to...

Living in Stuttgart or Schdugard – City Guide
Living in Stuttgart or Schdugard – City Guide

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Daylight Savings Time in Germany
Daylight Savings Time in Germany

Twice a year, our internal body clocks are challenged when we mark the start and the end of daylight savings time in Germany. Even this change of just one hour...

Life Coaching: Finding the Right Coaching & Coach
Life Coaching: Finding the Right Coaching & Coach

Often we are in situations in which we do not feel well and would like to change something. But we don’t know how and what we can really change. Is...

Hamburg, meine Perle – City Guide
Hamburg, meine Perle – City Guide

Hamburg, my pearl – that’s how the locals or newcomers call their home. Hamburg is also one of the three city-states in Germany. This means the city has the same...

Living in Düsseldorf, the Art Metropolis
Living in Düsseldorf, the Art Metropolis

With about 620.000 people living in Düsseldorf, it is sort of the antithesis of Cologne. Even though it is much smaller than Cologne, it is the capital of North Rhine-Westphalia,...

The German Etiquette
The German Etiquette

Just like in every other country, there are also rules you should be aware of in German etiquette. In private, you can certainly neglect them now and then, but in...

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I think that would be a great initiative and an added value service for expats like myself.

Leonardo

What a great idea to set up a website for English-speaking ex-pat's in Munich to help with everyday challenges.

Loana

I am looking forward to your services in the mentioned topics in the survey.

Surya

Sounds exciting and we would definitely use it for a myriad of reasons. Particularly as we are getting ready to move to Germering and require all of these services. Specifically, sometimes it is hard finding doctors who speak English. And both Cecilia and I work with auslanders who do not speak German, either (and would as well be interested).

Melody