Today I’d like to talk you through my experiences of a very short long-weekend visit in Turkey. If you’d like to learn about the highlights of my short trip to the Turkish coast – read on!
I have recently read an article analysing all the negatives of our today’s global world, including losing national identity or spreading various diseases. Given my personal resolution to bring more and more positive psychology to my life I decided to rethink the topic and list three main things I value in globalisation as an expat.
Can you imagine entering the magic world of druids, getting to know their secret spells, feeling the presence of the dead ancestors? Would you like to see the picturesque landscape with a circle of massive stones in the centre of it? Would you like to “touch” the history and really feel as if you travelled […]
Feeling lonely when abroad is a completely normal feeling. How to cope with it? How to focus attention on something else? How to feel better in this new place?
I have been wondering about how language fluency may impact one’s stay abroad even before I left my home country. Today I want to share some of these thoughts with you and get your opinion as well. Is knowing the local language absolutely necessary when moving abroad?
London is such a diverse city! Here is a short review of our trip to Europe’s first traditional Hindu Temple, in London of course.
This post is for you if you wish to learn about my perspective on differences between English and Polish schools – which is better- single gender or mixed gender schools, what’s with the lockers or how long can you spend on a lunch break.
Would you like to get more ideas on how to prepare for your move abroad? Project Abroad blog is on its way to help you! ‘Moving abroad – further tips’ is about the things you can do for your partner and children to make moving abroad easier.
Are you planning to move abroad? Don’t you know where to begin? Here are some basic tips on how to successfully go through the prep process before you leave to your new destination.
So it now has been about 6 months since I have moved to London. It’s really hard to believe that!!! To prepare this post I took myself on a journey to the past with my journal, to remind myself of my first impressions of London city. Below you will find a couple of thoughts I […]