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This blog is where I share my experiences and travels as a person living and working abroad through the lens of neurodivergency.

I was diagnosed with ADHD last year, but even before then, it affected how I would travel and how I settled into a new life in Germany. I hope sharing my experiences help other neurodivergent folks navigate life and adventures abroad.

Living outside of my home country came with challenges, and I have gone through major life ups and downs since I left the US and moved to Europe in 2014. I feel finally settled into a stable life in Berlin and plan to stay here indefinitely. I love city life, but I have discovered that time away in remote areas in a campervan is the most restorative kind of holidays for me. I'm looking forward to purchasing a tiny van this year and converting it to cozy campervan for more trips around Germany and Europe.

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Recent Posts

  1. How to rent a van and camp in Portugal (& Spain)

    In this guide, I share how I rented a camper in Portugal for a 2-week road trip through Portugal and parts of Spain in Spring 2023.

  2. Weekend getaway from Berlin - a Raus Life cabin review

    I share my review of staying at a Raus Life cabin nestled among farmland and meadows in Saxony Anhalt with my dog and partner over a long weekend.

  3. Traveling with ADHD medications abroad (from Germany)

    ADHD medications are classified as narcotics in most Europe countries. If you live in Germany, you need to go through some extra steps before your trip to safely bring your ADHD meds with you.

  4. A Comprehensive Guide to Solo Travel in Iceland 🇮🇸

    Traveling solo to Iceland can be extremely rewarding if you are a person (especially a woman) that has been interested in traveling internationally or camping alone! Iceland is super safe and if you have a driver's license and aren't afraid of driving on a few gravel roads or one-lane bridges, it's a beautiful country to explore alone.

  5. Getting diagnosed with ADHD as an adult in Berlin (and Germany).

    It took me awhile to learn how to advocate for myself and get evaluated for ADHD. Here's how I got evaluated by an english-speaking psychiatrist in Berlin, Germany and ultimately diagnosed with ADHD as an adult.