Culture shock? Acculturation? Integration? When does someone feel like they belong and that they’re home? … More Displacement, Disjuncture, Disjointed: Is this Home now?
Christmas traditions in Germany go way back, but the focus throughout December are the widely visited Weihnachtsmarkt (Christmas Market). … More Decadent Weihnachtsmärkte: Exploring German Christmas Markets
Using the space that you have, in this part, for baking. … More My Tiny Kitchen, Part I: (Re)Learning to Bake
A little poetry for this season. … More Changing Seasons: Autumn
I’ve been saying it for months now, with Dresden being a short and inexpensive bahn ride away, I need a day trip to the capital of Sachsen. It finally happened. I visited Dresden. It is as beautiful as people say it is, there has been so much construction work done since the German reunification in … More Dreamy Dresden
Having fun in the sun during summer isn’t just about lying on a beach, but also being active exploring waterways in kayaks or canoes. … More Canals, Bridges, and Alternative Perspectives to a City
It has been about 3 months since I officially moved. That really doesn’t feel like that long of time, especially considering I will be visiting Canada in a week for two weeks – so it really makes the three months feel short. Perhaps while I’m abroad in Canada I will have certain reflections on living … More The Nuances of Living Abroad