My English Castle

"An Englishman's home is his castle," or more commonly back in the states "a man's home is his castle." I wanted to share with you some differences in my lifestyle that have changed as a result of living in an English household. Most are for the better in my opinion, but some pose challenges that I now live with every day and adjust for. Keep in mind some of this is not entirely common in an English household, and my comparison back in the states is not always common as well.

My Immigration Checklist - U.S. to U.K.

Moving to a new country is never easy, even if everything runs smoothly, they speak the same language or you feel the culture is pretty similar. You will always hit some bumps in the road that you just didn't think of before and are completely unprepared for, or maybe you did think of it but your information is out of date and now you need to improvise. Government regulations and policies in this matter seem to change often no matter where you are, from simple forms being upd