Understanding the Express Entry process

Understanding the Express Entry process

Many people find themselves confused by the Express Entry process. This flowchart provides a quick overview so you can make sense of how it works. If you’re living in Canada currently and applying through the Canadian Experience Class, you can apply for a...
Moving to Canada: Jorge

Moving to Canada: Jorge

We’ve written about our personal experience moving to Canada, but Canada has hundreds of thousands of immigrants who all have their own story to tell. We’re working on sharing the experiences of other people who’ve moved to Canada. Please leave a comment if...
Moving to Canada: Erick

Moving to Canada: Erick

We’ve written about our personal experience moving to Canada, but Canada has hundreds of thousands of immigrants who all have their own story to tell. We’re working on sharing the experiences of other people who’ve moved to Canada. Here’s our first immigration...
Where can I get help moving to Canada?

Where can I get help moving to Canada?

Where to find help for moving to Canada The best forums, blogs, and settlement resources. While Canada has one of the most user-friendly visa and immigration programs, it’s common for us to come across instructions or requirements that just don’t make...
Undocumented and looking for a new start in Canada

Undocumented and looking for a new start in Canada

We’ve gotten quite a few messages from people who are currently living in the US with undocumented status. With the change in the political climate in the US and the fact that the status of DREAMers remains unresolved, many people are hoping to find a way to legally...
9 Essentials for Digital Nomads

9 Essentials for Digital Nomads

About to hit the road and not sure what you’ll need? Here’s how to make sure you’re ready to do your best work, no matter where you are. Backup power I’ve used an assortment of external battery packs, from fancy ones to conference freebies. Casey...
How to be a digital nomad and still be an adult

How to be a digital nomad and still be an adult

The internet is full of people promising to show you how to throw off the shackles of adult life and become a digital nomad. Soon you’ll become a nubile 22-year-old who owns nothing but a backpack and works 4 hours a week while lying on the beach and getting endless...
A digital nomad’s guide to Cologne

A digital nomad’s guide to Cologne

Cologne is hardly the most popular city for visitors to Germany, but I can’t seem to stay away from it. It may only be Germany’s 4th largest city, but it’s my personal favorite. What to do and see I’ve obsessively researched Cologne’s history, from it’s Roman...
Before you go

Before you go

When people think about planning an extended trip, they imagine they’ll need to book flights and accommodation. There’s a little more to it than that. There is always something that will go wrong, every time. Here are some simple things you can do before you go to...
Everything you need to know about CouchSurfing

Everything you need to know about CouchSurfing

When I decided to go on a solo backpacking trip of Western Europe, I figured I’d CouchSurf for a few nights to take a break from hostels and save a little cash. It didn’t quite work out as planned. Instead, it ended up taking over my life. I ended up CouchSurfing (CS...
A digital nomad’s guide to South London

A digital nomad’s guide to South London

South London rarely makes the itinerary of visitors. It’s very much worth your time to make a detour to these South London neighborhoods   Peckham When I told friends I was staying in Peckham, there were three responses: I’ve literally never heard of this supposed...
A remote workers guide to downtown Vancouver

A remote workers guide to downtown Vancouver

My first trip to Vancouver was a bit of a whirlwind. I was there for — believe it or not — in-person all day meetings. I still managed to walk my feet off and explore downtown. But only downtown. For that reason, we’re going to pretend Mount Pleasant and...
The real trick to packing light

The real trick to packing light

I used to have a stuffed closet. I actually had two closets. Packed to the gills. I had so so many pairs of jeans. A zillion tshirts. Formal dresses. Thrift store finds for any occasion, no matter how unlikely. Costumes from every costume party I’d ever attended (and...
How to win the US Green Card lottery

How to win the US Green Card lottery

You’ve probably heard of the green card lottery, officially called the Diversity Visa Program(DV). Each year, the US invites 50k people from countries with low rates of immigration to the US to apply for permanent resident (PR) status. Each year’s green card lottery...

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