Oh, hey there!
Who am I?
Let’s whizz quickly through my story. I’m 26 from Manchester, UK and ENGAGED to my favorite Brazilian.
I enjoy eating and cooking, playing tennis and learning new languages. I work as a translator and an English teacher currently
You can learn about previous life in Italy as an expat from my interview in expat.com here.
One day, sat applying to universities, I remember saying to my mum that I didn’t want to study languages at university because I was scared of the year abroad. I was a crazyyy little lady and my mum shot it down, thank the lord!
Eight years later and I’ve lived in Ecuador, Guatemala, Spain, Brazil (3 years), Italy and now the great city of Denver, USA.
There have been enough tears to drown an elephant, but also I met the LOVE OF MY LIFE.
So swings and roundabouts.
Looking back, I think I would class myself as a fairly seasoned traveler/expat, with a pile of experience I want to hand over to you!
Get in contact – firstname.lastname@example.org
How the blog is structured:
There are three categories of posts.
A broad selection of topics spanning from my home town and tourist hub Rio de Janeiro, to the winding villages of the State of Minas Gerais’ countryside. This section fits expats looking for answers for bureaucratic messes, as well as passing tourists seeking recommendations and clarifications.
2. Brazilian Life
Brazilian Life is a humongous topic and it should really be on your reading agenda. I have handpicked the most relevant, critical and mind-boggling news and cultural topics from Brazil and crafted them into thought provoking articles.
This is a section I absolutely love to have conversations on. You have an idea, suggestion, personal insight or solutions start a conversation right there in the post!
3. Moving Abroad
My epiphany of 2018 was that writing is therapeutic. As is pouring your heart out and laughing at yourself through storytelling.
What’s more is my Brazilian partner and I, seem to fall into situations that just lend themselves to dinner table anecdotes. However, I don’t really have dinner parties … and my family and friends are all over the world. Therefore, I’m sharing experiences from my life as a World Traveler.
Along with anecdotes, I have extensive content on advice on Moving Abroad.
Why not try my Holy Grail of Surviving as an Expat?
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