July, 2014 | Live Work Travel USA

5 Must See Historical Monuments in the United States

This is a guest post by Flora Cox. Every nation has a history and United States is no exception. Although its history may not be as rich as that of china or England it has numerous historical sites that honour the American history and heritage. These landmarks portrays America’s rich history from the early day’s right into modern times. People interested in visiting and explore these monuments have an... read more

Quick 3-Questions Survey

Are you a long-time reader or here for the first time? Doesn’t matter! I would like to hear from you. Please take a minute and answer these 3 questions for me, so that I get a better idea about my readers and what to write about in the future. I would like to make this blog as helpful to you as possible, so please share what you are most interested in. Thank you so much! I really appreciate your... read more

A Guide through Fast Food Nation

Welcome to Fast Food Nation! When I left Germany back in 2005 I only knew McDonald’s, Burger King and of course Germany’s most popular fast food: the Döner Kebab (it’s actually Turkish, but who cares, it’s AWESOME!). So once we stepped foot on American soil during our first USA vacation in 2004, we had a hard time to try out new restaurants, because we just didn’t know what... read more

The Ins and Outs of American Healthcare

I reached out to one of my readers, Christian Gainey, to write a guest post about the American Healthcare system. He’s doing a much better job in explaining the ins and outs than I ever could. It’ll help especially new expats who have to deal with health insurance in the U.S. for the very first time.  The U.S. healthcare system is one of the most complicated and diverse healthcare systems on... read more

Las from Northern Ireland

Las moved from Northern Ireland to Houston, Texas, together with her husband Col. They’ve been living in the U.S. for 6 years and just recently added a beautiful little American to their family. I got to ask Las a few questions about life in Texas through the eyes of an Irish. Enjoy! Why did you decide to move to America and what do you do? My boyfriend’s (now husband) company offered him a... read more

3 Places to See in NYC That Are Not in Your Tourist Guide

This is a guest post from Christina Loiacono. New York City is one of the most traveled-to and written-about cities in the world. Visitors come to see the tall buildings, gaze at the bright lights, and walk down Broadway. After being a resident for nearly five years, I can confirm that New York really is everything all the tourist guides say it is. It’s colorful, energetic, charming, and the amount of... read more