Moving to London – The First New Year

With the New Year comes the promise of rebirth and renewal. This could not be any truer than for those moving to London from the United States. Quite often an international relocation is a bittersweet affair and the holidays are a particularly tough time whether a family is newly relocated in London or ready to move in the next few months. Rather than squander the New Year by being sad expats or soon-to-be expats should embrace the opportunities a New Year offers.

Relocation to London – New Year’s Celebrations

For those families with children finding holiday activities similar to those at home can make international relocation a little easier. Thankfully, relocation to London during the Christmas season is a good time to experience some of London’s most festive activities with most being very similar to events in the United States.

Living in London – “Should Auld Acquaintance Be Forgot…”

If you have had enough of turkey, gammon and Christmas pudding, then you are like me and your sights are firmly set on 2011 and the New Year. If you have just recently made your move to London, then you will probably have spent most of the festive season celebrating indoors and getting settled into your London apartment. It might time to start planning what you will be doing to celebrate the New Year, London style. New Year’s Eve celebrations are huge in London and if you have recently finished your relocation to London then you are in for a treat when it comes time to welcome the New Year and you new life in London.