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How I found friends as an Au Pair
For Au Pairs | by Sammy-Jo on 2nd Apr, 2019
As an Au Pair you get to travel to a new country and experience a new culture. And while this is very exciting, making friends in a new environment can be hard. Read this article to find out how Sammy-Jo found friends as an Au Pair in New York. Read More »
My Au Pair experience in London
For Au Pairs | by Leonie on 1st Apr, 2019
London is a great city, offering opportunities for everyone! You should definitely consider this amazing city in your bucket list. London is a unique experience for every Au Pair dreaming of the big city life. Today, I will give you insights in my time abroad as Au Pair in London. Read More »
Au Pair Duties - How much is too much?
For Au Pairs | by Leonie on 25th Mar, 2019
It is important to know your duties and responsibilities as well as knowing what you don’t have to be responsible for during your stay abroad.  Start your cultural exchange the right wait! Read information about the duties as Au Pair here.
 
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Christian Au Pair meets Jewish Host Family
For Au Pairs | by Sammy-Jo on 19th Mar, 2019

Should I work for a Host Family with different religious beliefs? Read this blog post if you want how living with a jewish Host Family can affect your Au Pair experience.

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Parenting style: Did my Au Pair go too far?
For Families | by Leonie on 12nd Mar, 2019

In many cases a Host Family is not aware in which way the parenting styles in different countries can still tremendously differ from each other. How much freedom can I allow my Au Pair? Did my Au Pair go too far? Read more tips and advice for host families here.

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Au Pair in a big city
For Au Pairs | by Leonie on 13rd Mar, 2019

Have you ever wondered how life might be in a big city? As an Au Pair you have the possibility of experiencing the big city life. London, Paris, New York City and loads of other potential places are waiting for you.

Here is some important information about city life as an Au Pair.
 

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New York in 24 hours
For Au Pairs | by Sammy-Jo on 7th Mar, 2019
As an Au Pair in New York you get a lot of visitors from home. Unfortunately, they don’t always have enough time for a proper tour of the city. To ensure they get to experience as much as possible, here's your itinerary for a perfect day in New York. Read More »
Coming back home as an Au Pair
For Au Pairs | by Leonie on 5th Mar, 2019
Coming back home after spending an unforgettable time abroad. The idea of leaving the Host Family sounds scary. It was also a scary thought for me while I spend time abroad as an Au Pair in London. I will give you some advice to help you through this difficult time. Read More »
Long distance relationship as an Au Pair
For Au Pairs | by Leonie on 6th Mar, 2019
Can I stay with my boyfriend or girlfriend while being abroad as an Au Pair? Do long distance relationships make any sense? Let me give you some inside tips and advice on how to make it all possible, because it is for sure! Read More »
Studying a language as an Au Pair
For Au Pairs | by Abbey on 27th Feb, 2019
The Au Pair program gives you the opportunity to immerse into a new culture. Do you want to study a language as an Au Pair? Au Pair Abbey provides you with the best tips and hints on how to find a suitable language course.  Read More »
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