Dutched Up!: Rocking the Clogs Expat Style

Dutched Up!: Rocking the Clogs Expat Style

Olga Mecking Lynn Morrison Molly Quell Colleen Geske Zoe Lewis Catina Tanner Katherine Strous Nerissa Muijs / Jul 22, 2019

Dutched Up Rocking the Clogs Expat Style Dutched Up is a compilation of stories from Expat Women Bloggers living in the Netherlands The book covers a wide range of topics about everyday life as seen through the eyes of a foreigner Some are f

  • Title: Dutched Up!: Rocking the Clogs Expat Style
  • Author: Olga Mecking Lynn Morrison Molly Quell Colleen Geske Zoe Lewis Catina Tanner Katherine Strous Nerissa Muijs
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  • Page: 298
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Dutched Up is a compilation of stories from Expat Women Bloggers living in the Netherlands The book covers a wide range of topics about everyday life as seen through the eyes of a foreigner Some are funny Others have a wealth of professional information Yet other stories are sad, shocking or surprising There is one thing we can guarantee about this book If you haveDutched Up is a compilation of stories from Expat Women Bloggers living in the Netherlands The book covers a wide range of topics about everyday life as seen through the eyes of a foreigner Some are funny Others have a wealth of professional information Yet other stories are sad, shocking or surprising There is one thing we can guarantee about this book If you have ever lived in the Netherlands, at least one story in it will resonate with you In all likelihood, there are a lot of stories that will sound familiar and have you nodding your head in agreement or shaking it in shared frustration This book will help you appreciate the many moments of beauty, learning and growing Dutched Up is a collection of tales by some pretty amazing women who have learned to rock their clogs, expat style.

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    1. As I am soon to be an expat in The Netherlands, if found this book to be incredibly helpful with preparing myself for the cultural differences and all written in a way where I felt I was sharing a coffee with a girlfriend and her knowledge was being passed on. No doubt, I will reread this many times!



    2. What is it about?Various female bloggers from the North America, Australia, the UK, the Philippines, India, Switzerland, Poland, Romania, Greece and Nigeria share snippets from their lives as expats in the Netherlands. With topics ranging from the ubiquitous bikes to the Dutch obsession with “doing normal” to food and shopping, birthdays, doctors and even childbirth.Who is it for?For any expat that is thinking of or has already joined their Dutch partner here or is thinking of coming to the [...]


    3. Very interesting! The Netherlands was never really a place that fit in my horizon. It was a place I knew certain things about that most people know too but there was nothing that really made it special to me. Till I read this book. A collection of essays by expat bloggers in The Netherlands opened my eyes to how tall the Dutch are, how complicated their language is, how blunt their words are, how they steal bikes left and right, how their doctors don't really want to see you, and how stress and [...]


    4. This was definitely interesting. Many of the stories and cultural elements were relatable to me as an expat in France. (Or am I really an expat if I'm here for life?). But there were so many other cultural elements that were 100% Dutch and it was fun to discover all of them, from riding bikes, coffee dates, pregnancy, language If you like visiting other countries vicariously, you'll love this anthology.


    5. A very good book about living in and moving to the Netherlands. Its quality varies, some articles are very good, some are a bit annoying, but all in all it gives a great insight into living the Dutch way. Some of the articles could be labeled "first world problems" though ;)


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