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I'm American, But You Might Never Know It By Looking At My Life. That's The Point.
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I possess a Taiwanese birth certificate, a U.S. passport, a German marriage certificate and a Swiss permanent residency card.
Signs You Should Move Abroad And Signs You Should Stay Put
Home Lifestyle Network & Website
Do you dream of living abroad? Think you could pare down your belongings to embrace a life living in a cozy (read: tiny) apartment
10 Reasons Why It's Awesome Being Knocked Up Abroad
Writer, editor, and publisher of the Knocked Up Abroad antholo...
You’re living in a foreign country, you don’t speak the language, and you’re faced with new cultural customs and traditions
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Why Moving Abroad Can Be The Professional Shift You've Been Waiting For
Expat, entrepreneur and optimist. Founder of Las Morenas de Es...
Three years ago, I quit my well-paying job in the heart of New York City and decided that I wanted to move to Spain. Leaving
10 Fascinating Books About Living In A Foreign Country
Freelance Writer & Expat
“A house without books is like a room without windows.” — Horace Mann Horace Mann, a pivotal character in American education
7 Tips For Surviving Life After Being An Expat
Global Career Success Coach
Remember why you came home.
7 Lessons Learned From 7 Years As An Expat
David W. Weaver
Blogger, Expat, Online Marketing Manager
Find a way or make one.
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Bangladesh Garment Industry Trembles After Dhaka Attack
By Ruma Paul and Promit Mukherjee, Reuters
Bangladesh, one of the world's poorest countries, relies on garments for around 80 percent of its exports and for about 4 million jobs.
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Savage Attack On Oasis Of Calm In Dhaka Shakes Expat Community
By Serajul Quadir and Ruma Paul, Reuters
It is not yet clear what broader impact the rampage - which left 20 civilians, two police and six gunmen dead - will have on life and business in Bangladesh.
On Expat Friendships: Lessons from Zen Buddhism
Culture + Psychology aficionado
The recipe of turning strangers into friends and lovers has surprisingly few ingredients. They are mostly seasonal (right
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7 Tips to Prep, Pack And Fly With Kids
Global multimedia editor/writer, author, speaker, consultant, ...
Expect the unexpected. Be prepared and bring most of these items in your carry-on luggage. Thermometer Pain Reliever/Fever
Busting the Most Common Myths About Living Abroad
Chucking it all and finding yourself while relocating to an exotic locale is living the dream, right? Or is it? Consider these insights from someone who has actually done it--more than once.
Dealing with Expat Divorce, Part 2: Why Home Matters
Writer, blogger and perpetual foreigner
Divorce essentially implies a loss of home. When that happens, the consequences for expats are much more dramatic.
Moving Abroad: The Check-List
Owner and Founder, ReachFinancialIndependence.com
SET UP YOUR SERVICES If your passport expires soon, get a new one, specially if you are not going to live in a city with
American Expat Thinks U.S. Gun Violence Is So Bad He Feels Safer In Syria
"In Damascus, I know who has the guns. In America, everybody has a gun," he says.
CULTURE & ARTS
What I have learned about Denmark
Content Creator from Germany, studying and living in Copenhage...
Danish mom's leave their babies outside when they enter a shop, an office or a café. The mothers just leave their child on
Why 'Quit Your Job and Travel the World' is the Worst Advice Ever
The Travel, Live, and Work Abroad Blog. WhereintheWorldisNina....
But for the rest of you who are getting mystified by bloggers and long-term travelers who advertise "just quit your job and
The Very Easy Way to Live and Work Abroad Instantly
Several years ago, when I was desperately searching for opportunities to work abroad, I missed the whole concept of working holiday visas entirely. Soooo easy, as long as you're under 30. All it takes is 30 minutes to fill out a form online. Seriously.
The Worst Advice You'll Ever Hear When Making Life-Changing Decisions
Russell V.J. Ward
Writer, expat, traveler. Calls Squamish, British Columbia home...
With every life-changing decision, I've received great advice from trusted sources. But I've also heard some of the worst advice about changing my life for the better. And you'll probably hear it too.
How To Deal With Aging Parents When You Live Abroad
Australian Social Worker with 15 years experience in working w...
Every year the number of people embarking on exciting expat assignments increases. For many expats this excitement is dampened by the loss of family we leave behind. They say that absence makes the heart grow fonder, but it is difficult to deny the poignancy of saying goodbye to aging parents.
10 Hungarian Habits I Lost When I Moved to the US
Writer, Holistic Health Coach, Traveler
At age 17 I left my home country, Hungary and moved to the US. After nearly 9 years of living, studying and working here, yet again, I took another courageous step and I left. Since then I've only been back as a visitor as part of my on-going travels.
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