Planning a move abroad can be an overwhelming experience. Use this list of top relocation companies in Berlin to make your move stress free.
Are you looking for a job in Berlin? Then check out this ever growing list of companies in Berlin who are hiring right now.
As so many people wanted to know, “Do Germans swim naked?”, we break it down and tell you the truth by answering this very burning and important question.
Find out the different ways you can make friends in Berlin with these tips about how to meet new people in the German capital.
Is it easy to find work in Berlin? Learn about some the realities of finding a job in Berlin during normal times, never mind during COVID-19.
Looking back at my top ten blog posts of 2019 – popular topics were advice on Berlin life, city guides to places like Hamburg, & naturally, German nudity.
Looking back at the past year, see my top ten blog posts of 2018. Popular topics include German nudity, finding work/friends in Berlin, and Balkan travel.
This list of essential tools for expats living abroad in Germany includes tips that will make adjusting to your new life in Europe easy.
After living in Germany for a number of years, you start to become more and more “German”. From recycling, to public nudity, drinking beer in public, and being on time (even early) for meetings at work, find out the signs you’ve been in Germany for a long time.
Expat in Berlin and not sure how to move? Use this comprehensive guide filled with 15 tips explaining how to go about moving house in Berlin.
It’s been more than a year since my last Berlin expat life update. Find out how I’m feeling & my tentative plans to develop into a better version of myself.
If you’re planning a move to Germany, you’ll need health insurance. Read this to find out all the things you need to know about health insurance in Germany.
Looking back over the past year, check out my top ten blog posts of 2016 on cherylhoward.com.
After calling the German capital home for more than three years, there are things that seem weird about Toronto after you’ve lived in Berlin.