What are some of the things from your culture that leaves foreigners scratching their head? The biggest one for me is that in America, so many people see climate change as fake news or a matter of opinion.
Do you have long-distance friends with whom you maintain a strong, ongoing relationship? How do you pull it off? Share your advice in the comments!
For some people, I'm sure these suggestions are just good old common sense. For everyone else—you're welcome!
Do you have any big goals you're saving towards this year? What steps have you taken to fatten your bank account, so you can make that dream a reality?
Here's how I survived the madness and the mayhem. If you have ever found yourself in a similar position, I hope this is helpful.
I promised I would follow up with a post about why I highly recommend Capital One as a bank for immigrants in America.
For those of you who follow me on Twitter—or would like to—I do post real-time updates via the hashtag #AlanisUndead.
Awareness is always best when personalised and there are so many people enabling abusers by offering only deaf ears to children. I want you to see its effects.
By the time we got to Mexico, I decided there was no way I could let the opportunity pass me by.
Of all my stops, I liked Belize the least—but I would go back.