-Well-being for immigrants-
The ache for home lives in all of us, the safe place
where we can go as we are and not be questioned.
Maya Angelou, American memoirist, poet, and civil rights activist

Despite 281 million global migrants, it's still tough to fit in, make friends as an adult, and build a home away from home.

Ever felt like the world is too big to stay in one country forever?
If so, welcome to the club. A club of people who think and love in different languages and spend way too many days in railway stations and airports. This blog is for those who want to create a new life in a foreign country and, most importantly, feel at home, regardless of where they come from and where they are heading.

It's going to be a long journey.
Let’s make it a pleasant one.
Please take a seat, next station: home.

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    My name is Maya Kislykh, I’m glad you’re here.

    While it may look like a travel blog, believe me, it’s not. I'm not currently on the road, and I haven't left everything behind. I have a full-time job, and I’m an immigrant.

    In 2014, I left my home country, Ukraine, to study film in Poland. I also lived in Greece and Norway for some time. Now, I live in Vienna, Austria with my partner Pav.

    Like many immigrants, I've faced a series of existential questions while trying to make foreign countries feel like home.

    My experience isn't one-of-a-kind, but this blog is. It offers practical advice for immigrants to settle into a new country, learn languages and cultural nuances.