Get an insight of expats' daily life in Norway and read their blogAdd your blog
She is travel blogging from the tropical paradises to the winter wonderland, and beyond!
a French family with two young kids settles down is Oslo after 12 years in Sydney and 11 months in Zürich. Restaurant reviews, parenting, career... there's something new every Thursday for you to enjoy. Bonus: lots of tips and a dash of humour to thank the readers.
A beautiful little blog about being a mummy, with crafts, home-baking, health and beauty and other delightful things
23 year old German studying at the northermost university of the world and blogging about life in the Arctic and travels throughout Scandinavia!
British girl joining her hubby in Norway along with two cats and a rather cheeky finnish lapphund. From culture shocks and language difficulties to snow related accidents, this is my ramble place.
I created the blog to release my thoughts about life, my passions which are definitely for food, creative things%u2026and whatever interesting I see on my path to happiness...
I grew up on the Jersey Shore. I%u2019ve been married, divorced and remarried. I had three children with my first husband, two more and a step son with my second. I have two grandchildren living in America and three living in Norway. I have lived in Houston and the Netherlands. I am now living on a small island located off the southwest coast of Norway. My life has been affected by autism. I have two King Charles Spanials%u2019 named Mia and Khloe. I enjoy scrapbooking. I don%u2019t like watching sports. I loyally read People magazine every week. I like going to the movies. I force myself to the gym. And I love curling up with a good book and a cup of tea... Oh, yeah and I wrote a memoir called Fly Away Home. These are just a few of the things I%u2019ll be discussing in my blog, I guess you could call it%u2026 The Unedited Sequel.
After growing up and having a career in the U.S., I've retired and moved to Norway, where I had built my home (while still living in the U.S.). Since moving here, I unexpectedly found a fascinating and fulfilling part-time job. The blog contains my often humorous daily living adventures and a description of the challenges of building a home while living 8,000 miles away.