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A full stop Goodbye.

Finishing is hard.

I definitely have an aversion to full stops. That is why I like these dot dot dot things …

You might have noticed I use them a lot… I like to leave things open. 828 more words


CA says ex-pats cannot say yes or no to Brexit

Schindler and MacLennan v. Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster and Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs  EWCA Civ 469  20 May 2016… 1,220 more words

In The News

Happy Mother's Day (in the U.S.)

For those of you ex-pats in the U.S. – working at UN headquarters, NGO headquarters, IMF, World Bank, or the like – today is Mother’s Day in the U.S. 83 more words

Philosophical Musings

Kitchen Sink Drama

I’m a firm believer that when you move house rather than change everything at once, it can often benefit you to live in the space for a while and see what works and what doesn’t work for you. 517 more words

Are You From Canada? Who Wants to Know?

This is blog one concerning an upcoming visit from a Canadian from Montréal. I’ve decided to plan a series of events, before she arrives in May, welcoming her to the Far North! 488 more words


Vienna Ranked Most Livable City in the World

(Photo : Roderick Eime | Flickr)

Vienna, Austria was recently ranked ahead of Zurich, Switzerland and Auckland, New Zealand as the most livable city in the world. 221 more words

Santiago: On Fitting a Square Peg in a Round Hole

I’ve been busy hanging out in my new neighbourhood of Bellas Artes. It’s working out OK. The restaurant/bar heavy areas of Bellavista and Lastarria are both very close by. 705 more words