Living abroad

Living abroad & experiencing culture

Moving abroad always involves some kind of culture shock. No matter if your are moving to a country with the same language or your moved for the 5th times: moving always involves giving up our well-known safe space and start the wonderful journey to something unknown. Find all the blog posts I have written on the topic of moving and living abroad connected to other cultures and lifestyles. If you are living abroad and want to share you life with us please feel free to send me an email to info@sharethelove.blog to be featured. 

Coping with Culture Shock

THE EXPAT SYNDROME AND IT’S BEST MEDICINE

What to do when feeling overwhelmed with the foreign culture and homesickness is real. 

THE 5 PHASES OF CULTURE SHOCK AND HOW TO GET THROUGH SMOOTHLY

I share my personal experience in addition to the official concept of the 5 phases of culture shock when moving abroad. 

WHAT TO DO WHEN FEELING GRUMPY ABROAD

All tips & tricks you need to feel more comfortable abroad even when everything seems to go wrong. 

coping with culture shock

THE EXPAT SYNDROME AND IT’S BEST MEDICINE

What to do when feeling overwhelmed with the foreign culture and homesickness is real. 

THE 5 PHASES OF CULTURE SHOCK AND HOW TO GET THROUGH SMOOTHLY

I share my personal experience in addition to the official concept of the 5 phases of culture shock when moving abroad. 

WHAT TO DO WHEN FEELING GRUMPY ABROAD

All tips & tricks you need to feel more comfortable abroad even when everything seems to go wrong. 

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Where is home?

Being in three different countries over the last couple of days I got inspired by the question of “Where is home”. Here is my point of view on this topic and I would love to learn more about your opinion.

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Monday thought: Experiencing the worst-case scenario – surgery abroad

Since I am back from Christmas in Germany it was a rollercoaster journey with my health. I went to countless doctor’s appointments…each time assured that everything will be fine and each time I had to go back to just being told that it went worse. You start to prepare yourself for the worst-case scenario: Getting surgery in a foreign country with a foreign health system.
In this blog post, I will give insights into how it feels to be that vulnerable abroad and I give some advice from my experience.

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