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Stop wasting time at the airport- get going!

You all know that feeling of wasting precious hours at an airport waiting for your plane to leave. The amount of time involved is quite substantial when you travel regularly. During one of my latest delays I brainstormed with my husband how people could turn these wasted hours into...



Where to ‘affordable’ live in London

by Rebecca Hilliard Any excitement caused by finding you’re moving to London can easily be dampened when you find out it’s now the world’s second most expensive city in which to rent a home. With an average rental price of just over £5600, even Paris, Tokyo, New York and...



When English is not your first language

If you arrive in the United Kingdom and not being able (or confident enough) to speak fluent English, it can be difficult to settle down. It can be tough trying to talk with your neighbours and make new friends. Also finding a job may be a challenge. However, there...



No going back

By Rebecca Hilliard During my two-decades away from the UK, I became all too familiar with the difficulties other expats experienced when they finally went ‘back home’. Not only had home changed, they had too. By my reckoning, anyone who had been out of their home country for more...



Summer in the City

London is having a heat wave – where could you go to cool off and enjoy the most of what London has on offer? Swimming To cool down why not take a dip in the Serpentine in Hyde Park. For £4 you can float along enjoying the beautiful surroundings...



London is the town for me

Today, exactly four years ago I moved to London, full of new energy and ideas of how life would be in one of the most exciting cities in the world. I can honestly say that I love living and working in London and it has so much on offer...



Networking Nous II

About one and a half year ago I wrote a blog post ‘Networking Nous’ about different types of business networks in London. As you will probably be aware, there are too many to mention individually. There is a huge variety from a casual coffee with other entrepreneurs to networking...



Socialising with the Elusive English II

Every culture comes with its own habits and differences and the English have a lot of ‘hidden’ social etiquette. As you might have already read in my first bog on Socialising with the English politeness and trying not to offend drives a lot of the English behaviour. In this...



There is no place like home?

Guest blog-post by Dr. Bonnie Wims In November of 2005, I left the United States and moved to London. I can still remember the site of my house in Massachusetts getting smaller and smaller out the back of the taxi window on that early chilly morning. Although I had...



Get ready for Christmas 2012 in London

October is nearly over and Christmas is almost here with the capital already awash with Christmas events. On the 5th of November the Christmas lights will be switched on by Robbie Williams in Oxford Street. There are Christmas markets all over London, ice rinks appearing and you can listen...



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