What’s your message for BRSM?
Best wishes in your postdoc, and thanks for writing an excellent, excellent chemistry blog.
Any post-doc survival tips?
I am going to guess that you're far more skilled than I ever was as a graduate student, so I don't think I have much to offer. I will suggest that you take a lot of opportunities to both deepen your expertise and broaden your perspectives.
Also, time flies, so keep your eye on the job market!
Any survival tips for living in the US?
I hear that American women fall for British accents. Not being an American woman, I can't really tell you if that is true.
I would recommend getting a driver's license, getting a cheap, reliable car (a Honda Civic is a good call) and taking a few roadtrips. America (to a great extent, like the UK) is an incredibly diverse place, culturally and geographically. Pretty much any direction you drive, there will be something different that is worth seeing.
One more thing: if you're on one of those road trips and you stop at a roadside restaurant, do not order the "Trucker's Special", unless you wish to drown yourself in grease and sugar.*
What would you like to see on BRSM blog in the future?
Uh, more BRSM Blog goodness? You do such a good job of being yourself, why would I tell you to do otherwise?
Best wishes, dude.
*Unless, of course, that is something you like to do.