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Monthly Archives: April 2012
Are you a Brit ready to make that leap across the Atlantic? Or perhaps you’ve already made the jump, and want to capitalize on all that America has to offer while maintaining a connection to home?
We Brits have been throwing street parties to congratulate our royal family on marrying, reigning and aging for more than a century. (FYI: that’s why bunting salesmen are the real 1%.
Standing in my east London kitchen nine months ago, I wondered, how many spatulas does a girl need? I was trying to trim a collection of seven and had so far only ruled out the one stained yellow and a wooden thing with a fungal …
Wherever you’re hauled up on this gigantic landmass, there’s plenty to enjoy. But between pleasurable parts, you’ll mostly be filling in forms. Or queuing.
“Check out the claw-foot tub!” cooed Pam the realtor. I was two weeks into the world’s most torturous flat-hunt and getting desperate.
By William Kay | Posted on April 30th, 2012
If moving home is stressful, moving countries can be far worse – so it is even more important to plan ahead, before the rush of events and deadlines gets on top of you. There are so many things going on that you must list the …
By James Bartlett | Posted on April 30th, 2012
Whether you’re packing for your first trip or planning to make the big move, living in America is going to be a challenge – as well as lots of fun. I still haven’t gotten over the fact that America is big – really, really, big …
Moving abroad is one of the hardest things you’ll ever do. Before you book your ticket, ask yourself these tough questions.