At first: Thank you to all who have written, phoned or thought of me. I am so fortunate to have such incredible wonderful people in my life (currently for the most part unfortunately not around me). You made my day! But even when on this birthday most of the birthday wishes came virtually it was … More Happy happy Birthday
Living in London means also choosing between thousands of cultural and leisure time facilities. A lot of them are also for free. This evening we decided on visiting the exhibition ‘Winter Lights’ at Canary Wharf. If you like light installations and sculptures this would be the right place for you. As being the opposite of … More A luminescent start into the weekend
Could there be anything better than handmade burgers with a pint of beer/cider? Probably not – unless your husband is the world’s best bread baker (can’t see toast anymore)!
Have you ever been unemployed and had to go to the German job centre? And have you ever thought the staff there is not willing or able to work? I can tell you: compared with the job centre in the UK the German one provides you with efficient and reliable work done by friendly and … More Adventures at the job centre
Et jitt kei Wood…
After looking for a flat and organizing different stuff (like the referencing process for renting our preferred flat or struggling with the German job center) there it was: the last day at work in Germany. While Alexander will just switch the team at PWC, I had to put in my notice at ifp, my employer. … More Moving Part II
Several times a day we ask ourselves how people manage it to move to countries more far away than the UK. Where we assume you have much more complicated issues to deal with (since let’s remember: the UK is STILL an EU-country). But also if you move just an one-hour-flight away the daily hassles reach … More Moving Part I