|February 2, 2013 (Oslo) – Is it me, or do we
look a lot different in this picture than now?
We are approaching our two year anniversary of moving to Norway. Wow. Gotta stop and let that one sink in for a second.
Anyway, after almost two years, we continue to get a lot of questions via email or social media about various aspects of living in Europe. I love sharing, and I’ve done quite a few posts in the past about what it’s like.
I plan to continue sharing more of these. And maybe I’ll elaborate on some. If you have a suggestion for this series, feel free to let me know. After two years, there are many things that I don’t even think of as being different or significant anymore, but someone else might be curious about them.
For now, I thought I would revisit them by sharing the links of the previous “What’s It Like” posts here (there are quite a few!):
- Eating Out
- Cost of Living
- Shoes at the door
- Winter mornings
- Easy things aren’t always easy
- A Day in the Life (2014 edition)
- The boys’ school
- Driver’s license
- Being the new person
- Pant (returning bottles)
- Language school
- Grocery shopping
- Hospitality: American ~ Norwegian
- Washing dishes
- Cooking (multiple posts): sushi ~ pizza ~ favorite recipes ~ from scratch
- Norwegian healthcare system
- What is Home?
- Taste of the USA
- Feeling blue
- Feeling Disconnected
- Handling Holidays