It’s coming to the end of summer but it’s not all doom and gloom because of come up with a list of 10 things to do before the start of April. I love Melbourne so much and since I’ve moved here from Ireland I’ve gone to many events here that have been so much fun a lot have been free or reasonably priced! This is a must read for those not originally from Melbourne looking to experience something new!
This year will be my second Christmas spent away from home so today I thought I’d give you some ideas on what to expect and some tips on what you can do to make the most of your Christmas and New Years away from home.
Last week I did s gift guide for those of you in Australia wanting to send gifts to people back home. You can check that out here. This week is a gift guide for either people on a working holiday visa or someone whose moved to Australia.
Welcome to my gift guide for Irish people living abroad that want to send gifts to loved ones at home! If you haven’t checked out my last post on my advice for sending gifts, click here for more details. This is a good guide for Christmas or any other occasion!
So it’s coming to that time of year again and you’ve more than likely decided on whether you’re going home for Christmas or if you’re going to stay in Australia. If you’ve decided to stay here you’ll be thinking of gifts for your family and friends and my number one recommendation is to AVOID buying anything in Australia and attempting to send it home. It’s going to cost you an arm and a leg if you do.
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Today for Travel Thursdays I’m going to give you tips and advice on the best ways to search for regional work and how to find your regional work. If you don’t already know my background then check out my other travel posts here.
This week’s Travel Thursday is all about finding a job in Australia. This is probably the number one concern of everyone coming to Australia. The important thing is to be prepared money wise. If the search happens to take longer than expected, this will mean that you’re stress free when it comes to your job hunt.
I’m back for ‘Travel Thursdays’ on a sunny day in Melbourne. Finally we’re in spring and the sun is out, yipee! Today’s post is about packing for your working holiday visa. I know when I was first packing I didn’t have a clue what to bring or where to start or how everything would fit so I’m here to offer you some help!
This is my second post for ‘Travel Thursdays’. You can check out last weeks post here. This week I’m going to provide you with some tips and advice on preparing for your move overseas. Most of my advice will help with moving anywhere but as I’ve moved to Australia it will mostly apply to Australia.
I’ve moved here twice and have made probably all the mistakes that could be made so I’ve put together a list of things that probably would have helped me had I known. Preparing to move overseas can be a daunting experience so this will definitely help you if your moving away.