Meet Suzanna! Hi! My name is Suzanna, I currently live in New York and I run a blog called “The Millennial Jamaican” through which I share the stories of Caribbean people (particularly millennials) with the world and boldly explore the idea of Caribbean Unity. I’m originally from Kingston & St. Andrew, Jamaica and I semi-reluctantlyContinue reading “The Millennial Jamaican In Farin’”
This week on the blog we’re highlighting another Caribbean Millennial veteran in these Madrid streets! It’s always great to have a community of people who identify with all that it means to be a young, black professional who has uprooted their life and taken the leap to live abroad!
Moving halfway across the world to a new city can be the cause of so much stress but there’s a lot of resources out there you can turn to to get you prepared for anything that might come your way and Instagram is the best place to go to if you’re looking for the right vibe that suits you and your lifestyle.
This week’s Caribbean Millennial Abroad features the Birthday Boy, Jessie Chandler! What’s it like moving from living on island time to the rush of the Big Apple? Do you think you’ve got what it takes? Meet Jessie!
Thinking about moving to France? This week your fellow Caribbean Millennial Abroad, Lynle Smith, is sharing her experience in Saint-Nazaire, France. Read on to learn more about what made Lynle want to venture abroad and how she’s loving living in a small town near Natntes, France.
An often overlooked side of making the decision to move abroad: we learn a lot about the world, but the things you learn about yourself may bring you more fulfillment than you expected.