20 Things to Know About Living in the Netherlands

Amsterdam does not equal the Netherlands. Here are some things that might surprise you and save you some cultural shock. Plus basic tips for expat life in the Netherlands and things you didn’t know about Holland,…

How to Get a Marriage Based Green Card for the USA

Many of you who follow me or Matt on social media noticed that last year we moved to the US. But, what many of you don’t know is that I’m actually not American. I’ve lived…

Practical Tips for Moving to the Netherlands

Moving to the Netherlands might be a great adventure, especially when you’re a student. You probably expect a lot of fun, making new friends and exploring the area. I was extremely excited to move to…

How to Make Extra Income Easily

Everyone wants to have more money to spend on travel. But due to a perception that traveling is expensive, many people think they can’t afford it because they don’t earn enough at their day jobs. I…

What To Expect From Living in Chiang Mai, Thailand

Why would anyone pick Chiang Mai, Thailand as a place to live? For us, the answer is quite simple: it’s easy and cheap to live in Chiang Mai. One word that comes to mind for…

What To Expect From Living In Medellin Colombia

Why would anyone want to go and live in Medellin, Colombia? Because it’s an incredible city, one of the most innovative in Latin America, with a great quality of life, burgeoning food scene, friendly locals,…

Living in Russia: Guide to Moving to St. Petersburg as an Expat

What comes to your mind when you hear Russia? Cold winters, vodka, bears? St. Petersburg, however, is much more than this. It’s the cultural capital of Russia, and probably one of the most beautiful cities…

What To Expect If You’re Moving To Sydney Australia

Sydney tends to come second to Melbourne when it comes to the opinions of many travelers, but don’t let other people put you off – Sydney is beautiful. There’s a rich arts scene with loads…

How to Visit California Without a Car

Unless you live in a big city like NYC, Chicago or San Francisco, you need a car to travel pretty much anywhere in the US. Americans are used to driving every day and therefore visitors…