Longing for your native land and its people is one of the biggest strains of resettling abroad. And homesickness can strike hours, days, months or even years after you first hop aboard a plane without a return ticket.
Monthly Archives: July 2012
Anyone who tells you that the cost of living in the U.S. is much lower than back home is sadly mistaken. If you’re coming to America, prepare to feel the pinch.
The cost of living in America depends on your location. But wherever you are, some products are reliably cheaper than back home.
As you may have gathered from this summer’s furor over the Supreme Court’s healthcare verdict of President Obama’s Affordable Care Act, the subject of what to do if you fall ill in the U.S.
Many of your favorite British stores also have branches in the U.S. But you’ll need to find replacements for those that haven’t yet hopped across the pond. To help you out, here are our top shop alternatives.
Ditch Blighty for the U.S., and you may find yourself longing for the best of British.
1. Marmite Actually, you can sometimes find the delicious brown gloop in U.
So you’ve arrived in the U.S. and are trying to get to grips with everything.
Want to avoid a lot of long nights sobbing into TV dinners for one? Here’s how to make fast friends in America.
Until I moved to Los Angeles I was only vaguely aware of “the Fourth”, and I’m sure there are plenty of Brits new to the U.S.