In October 2019 I decided to become an AuPair by the end of September ’20. In March I had my final Match with my host family and we scheduled my departure for Sept 28th. I would have never dreamed to find such an amazing host family!
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Autumn in America, and especially Autumn in New York, was one of the parts of the Au Pair in America experience that I was looking forward to the most. While Canada has some similarities to America in terms of weather and fall activities, there is something especially beautiful about the fall foliage in Northeastern America.
Fall, the best season that I have experienced in America so far! There are just so many things to love about this season! Here’s the top 5 things I love about fall in the USA.
I’ll be telling you about my experience in the USA so far, what it has been like the past few months, how drastically my experience has changed due to the pandemic.
While lockdown may not be the ideal situation, it has definitely bonded me and my host family for life.
I’m a Canadian au pair, currently living on the Upper East Side of Manhattan, New York. When I began my time here as an au pair, I never could have imagined that the world would throw so many curve-balls, and while I certainly didn’t expect much of my time here to be spent under lockdown, I am still so glad that I am here.
With only a few months to go (and my travel month ahead) I’m trying to see as many cities/states that are on my bucket list as possible. I’ve been on a lot of weekend trip but also two kind of big road trips, that’s why I wanted to share a few tips and tricks that helped me organize those trips!
It’s a big challenge for all of us. Everyone was scared before arriving here. But you don’t have to be worried. You’re gonna spend an amazing year in the US, meet new cultures, live with an American family and make new friends.
It was the best Christmas away from home, thanks to my great host family!!
Hi everyone! I’m Barbora and this is my introduction to my au pair life.