Most liked expat blogs in the USA

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The Expat Loop

A journey from Australia to the USA and back

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Life As Mrs. Presson: The Immigrant. The Wife. The Future SuperMom.

A blog of a Filipina who underwent the K1 Fiancé(e) Visa Process. This blog also serves as a guide to U.S. Immigration through marraige.

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The Khaness Chronicles

A blog about my travels around the world. Now I am in Houston so this is what I will be writing about

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British Expat in NJ

This is a guide to Expat Life for others heading to, and living in, New Jersey. We are an English family living in the 'suburbs' yet a quick commute from New York City. There's a ton of information for Expats in NJ from a British point of view!

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Vysyas Delicious recipes

This is a south Indian blog, mainly designed to explore the hidden recipes of vysyas community people who lives in southern part of India.Most of the recipes are posted with its nutritive values.Recipes are easy to prepare, and it can be prepared with ingredients,readily available in home.Most of the recipes are unique.

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Going American

A look into the life of a new American aka me. I've recently moved from Zurich to Boston and am happy to share my everyday adventures as a Swiss expat discovering the US with you on my blog!

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Lost But Loving It -- In Alaska!

So I got this idea last year...I would change jobs and move from Bermuda to Alaska. Most people think that's a pretty strange choice, but it's a place I have always wanted to explore, so here I am! Making the most of my days off in my new northern home.

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Dagmar's Home

Expat from Germany, I make sense of motherhood, parenting, thrifty home decorating, and green and frugal living. I blog about how hard it is to raise a bilingual child, and my mom in Westchester, NY, and my love for Twitter and Instagram. I'm a also an editor, social media consultant, and candle maker.

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Bright Lights of America

My blog is all about the culture shock of moving from Sydney to San Francisco. You'd think it would go away after a while, but it's been a year and I'm still finding things to write about, so I guess it never really stops.

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From Yorkshire to the USA. Wife, Mum, Beauty Therapist. Just trying to keep it all together.

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Flavia's Weekly

I love being an expat and I wanted to write a blog that could help people with their next move.

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Lost In The Pond

From language variation to obscure cultural differences, the United States and the United Kingdom differ in ways most of us aren't even aware. Sure, we all know that Limeys say "football" and Yanks say "soccer", but did you know that the latter term was in fact coined by the British? And just what did cause the two nations to spell and pronounce "alluminium" differently? Of course, our differences are not just confined to our respective employment of the language: national holidays, food and drink, transportation, sport, politics, entertainment, and religion all carry their own national markers. Just what are the facts and figures behind the UK's socialized healthcare system? And why do we drive on opposite sides of the road using either a right-sided or left-sided steering wheel? And just what is spotted dick? As an Englishman living in the US since 2008, I continue to discover and celebrate these differences and, through this blog, I will share these with you and hopefully learn much more along the way myself. So, navigate your way around the site and discover all of the many words, ideas and measuring systems that - possibly during the Pilgrim Fathers' long journey from England - got lost in the pond. Have a nice day, lads and lasses. Laurence Brown

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Spaniards in the US

Pareja de españoles viviendo por 3 años en los Estados Unidos.

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Aussies in Denver

The trials and tribulations of moving half way around the world...

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expat on the go

A canadian family living in New Jersey, USA. We have lived in 5 countries. I have a little guy, a 'teen' and a wonderful and lively husband. I love cooking, knitting, reading and traveling.

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Desperate English Housewife in Washington

I%u2019m your UK Desperate Housewife in the USA and this is my blog. It%u2019s all about me, how I feel about moving to and living in the USA, and what life is like out here. New York 180 It%u2019s a little bit adventure, little bit stream of consciousness, little bit Bill Bryson. I%u2019m an %u2018expat%u2019 who is pretty much seizing every opportunity I can in this strange and wonderful country (whilst also being a mother, wife and rather rubbish housewife.) I%u2019ll be debunking myths and probably confirming some cliches that we Brits have about America and Americans. After all, what we know, or think we know, is generally from movies and TV series%u2026.. Throughout the blog I%u2019ll share the things that amuse, confuse and bemuse me %u2013 and lots of stuff does! Am I a dreamer%u2026.? Yes! Would I like to go on Good Morning America every Friday for an update on my week in the merry old Land of Big Macs? Yes! Would I like to write a column for the Washington Post / Marie Claire all about these adventures? Yes, yes please! But right now, everything I see, feel and experience will be blogged about so I can share it with you. It%u2019s a journey, and my eyes and mind are open for anything and everything. Particularly amusing and enlightening during the journey so far is the cultural comparison between the USA and the UK because, believe me, we Brits also have very curious traditions and quirky views on life too%u2026.! I hope you feel inspired to leave some comments and join in the chat/chinwag about my blog. Tell me about places to go and see, ask me questions, and share your tales the USofA, or even the UK. Happy reading, lovely peeps. UKHousewifeUSA

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I am a Muslim, a Christian, a Jew and a Buddhist too. If you don't like it, then screw you! But as long as you don't force your beliefs on anyone, you're welcome to join in, it doesn't matter if you're a liberal, a republican or just simply you.

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English Rose, American Soil

English twenty-something moves to Washington DC.

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Blogs of the month: Expats living the American dream

While more and more Americans are tempted to move abroad, the USA still keeps attracting expatriates from all around, including professionals and trailing spouses, for various reasons. Our top five bloggers in the USA share their experience and talk about what the life of an expat looks like in the USA and what they like the most about their new city.

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