Week 21, 2019

It’s been a while since I’ve posted an update about what we’ve been doing – sorry! It’s not that we haven’t done much; if anything, it’s the exact opposite. The last few weeks have been incredibly busy here at Bohemiacademia, but I know it’s important to keep blogging (as we’re always telling our clients… do as we say, not as we do 😉 ) so here’s our latest update.

If you’re new here: Hi, I’m Scar, Founder & CEO here at Bohemiacademia. I do a whole bunch of things, including working from our Kensington office three days a week.

We interviewed Shaun Behrens, a South African expat living in Germany, for one of our clients. He talks about how his relationship with his first language has changed since learning German:

“My English is slowly disintegrating. I now have a mangled accent, and sometimes struggle to remember English words for things. Otherwise there’s not much to dislike.”

For the same client, we host a weekly podcast in which we discuss topics relating to expat life with guests. This week, Brett Debritz talks about the cost of living in Thailand.

I really wish we didn’t have to write articles like this.

We gave one of our writers the impossible task of describing how to live in London on a budget. (Move to the London in Canada, is probably the best advice…)

As well as the articles mentioned, we’ve also posted monthly round-ups for clients in the finance, travel, tech and international removals sectors; and Christa wrote a comprehensive article about Facebook’s privacy manifesto and what it means for digital forensics practitioners.

This Monday I spent several hours transcribing some handwritten documents for a new architecture client, which led to a couple of fun things and the discovery of a potential band name:

Our social media people have been hard at work, looking after almost 200 Facebook groups and pages between them, as well as Twitter, LinkedIn and Instagram accounts.

If you’d like to find out more about our services, or to commission a project, drop us a line!

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