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By Ruth Margolis | Posted on July 10th, 2014
I used to relish the two or three truly hot days that our miserable British climate provides annually. As an expat in the U.S.
By Ruth Margolis | Posted on June 27th, 2014
Come July, America can feel like someone cranked the sauna up to eleven. But you can keep the heat from wrecking your outfit by employing some of these cooling sartorial tips.
Don’t get me wrong: there’s lot to love about a summer in the U.S.—especially if you’ve just emerged from a brutal northern winter.
Most Brits in the U.S, will, at some point, have summer guests visiting from the Mother Country. While expats have become (somewhat) accustomed to life here, it’s often surprisingly alien to our visitors.
Whatever their winters, many states in the U.S. experience significant heat in the summer.
By Rachel Marie Paquin | Posted on May 15th, 2013
With so many different regions, the United States offers great vacation opportunities, and summer is the perfect time to explore the country. When we brought together British expats on May 10 for our weekly #MindTheChat on Twitter (1 pm ...
I usually say that one of the great things about the U.S. is the guaranteed summer we have.
Like many Brits in America, I wax lyrical about the Mother Country, but there’s a growing list of things I don’t miss from Blighty.
By Ruth Margolis | Posted on July 31st, 2012
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.