April, 2014 | Live Work Travel USA
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Rebecca from Sydney, Australia

I love when other expats share a lot about their visa journey and experience in America. Rebecca is an Aussie expat who settled down in one of my favorite U.S. cities – San Francisco. Read on and learn about her K1 visa process, what she loves about living here and her tips about finding Aussie food in America. Where are you from originally? I’m originally from Sydney, but I left in 2006 to travel,... read more

Need Customer Service Training? America Can Teach You!

Does America have a good or bad customer service culture? You might just remember some bad examples that you’ve heard somebody complain about, because all the good ones are usually taken for granted by anyone. I’d like to mention a few things that I really like about American customer service. Being from Germany, I have first hand experience of customer service between two countries, two... read more

Binny from Kathmandu, Nepal

I had the pleasure to ask Binny a few questions about her journey to the US. She moved half around the globe to be with her husband and is enjoying the hi-tech life. Let’s dive into the interview… Where are you from originally? Binny: I am from Biratnagar. But I used to live in Kathmandu (capital city of Nepal) How long have you been living in the U.S. and what do you do? Binny: More than 5... read more

Happy Anniversary Live Work Travel USA – A Year in Review

WOW!! I can’t believe it’s been one year already since I published my very first post on my first blog ever. It’s been quite a journey, lots of work but also a ton of fun, especially when I get nice feedback from you. So, if you are new to my blog and would like to get a snapshot of what I’ve been up to during the last 12 months, read on… Even though my first post on April... read more

Leverage Your Savings With Gift Cards

America is on its way to become a cashless society. Almost every store and restaurant accepts some form of cashless payment, be it credit card, debit card or gift cards. I don’t carry as much cash with me anymore like I used to back in Germany. All I have with me is a very small business card holder packed with my ID and a bunch of credit cards. In the back there is a 20 dollar emergency bill in... read more

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