By the Numbers: How the State of Florida Shapes Up to the UK

Sunday, March 22, 2015 | | | | Best Blogger Tips
At the risk of stating the bleeding obvious, the United States is an extraordinarily large place. It is so large, in fact, that 11 of its states separately possess a total area larger than that of the entire United Kingdom. This is truly mind-boggling, especially given that the UK is itself comprised of four nations.

More UK Expats Would Like to Move to the USA Than Any Other Country, Say Reallymoving.com

Wednesday, March 18, 2015 | | | | | Best Blogger Tips
The United States is now the most desirable to move to from the UK, while almost half of UK residents admit they would not miss the over-crowding and traffic in the nation’s towns and cities in the event they moved abroad.

By the Numbers: How the State of Delaware Shapes Up to the UK

Sunday, March 15, 2015 | | | | Best Blogger Tips
At the risk of stating the bleeding obvious, the United States is an extraordinarily large place. It is so large, in fact, that 11 of its states separately possess a total area larger than that of the entire United Kingdom. This is truly mind-boggling, especially given that the UK is itself comprised of four nations.

By the Numbers: How the State of Connecticut Shapes Up to the UK

Monday, March 09, 2015 | | | | Best Blogger Tips
At the risk of stating the bleeding obvious, the United States is an extraordinarily large place. It is so large, in fact, that 11 of its states separately possess a total area larger than that of the entire United Kingdom. This is truly mind-boggling, especially given that the UK is itself comprised of four nations.

View from the Farce Side: 9 Things This British Expat Loves (And Hates) About America

Wednesday, March 04, 2015 | | | | | Best Blogger Tips
As an expat with 15 years (and counting) experience of living in America, as I continue to explore the differences between our two nations, I try to cover what is a diverse gamut. Through that process it has become obvious to me that as much as I love the home of my birth, England, there are some things about living in America that are just, well, better. And then there are some things that are just…I’m not certain I can categorize them as ‘worse’, as such, but they are somewhere between ‘quite annoying’ and ‘playfully antagonizing’. But I am smart enough (just about) to recognize that the discomfort these things cause me is really more about me. I didn’t grow up with them, they don’t jive with me culturally, but more than that they just don’t seem to make any sense to me. Even with repeated exposure, they never appear more logical. They’re like an itch that refuses to be scratched.