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Check list for potential expats

As we just finished our relocation from CZ to UK (which went more or less fine, if you don’t consider four months that we had to spend apart with my husband), I would like to draw up a list of things every expat has to face to some extent. 981 more words


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Seventeen years ago when I first moved to England, there weren’t many places you could visit to find information about your new country of residence and get help if you had any problems. 457 more words


Three Days in Hong Kong

For Australians living in Europe or New York, a visit home unfortunately carries the burden of the epic thirty-hour slog in a small, upright seat. It never gets easier. 518 more words


All the things you didn't know you didn't know...

Well there’s a title that will do absolutely nothing for SEO! But you know what, I don’t care, because this is my blog and I’ll write what I want to!  970 more words


The (Seemingly) Obvious Advice

I thought I was a seasoned traveler.

I thought I was great at this.

I thought I was invincible.

I’ve flown dozens of times, and never did I ever think I’d end up the victim of the dreaded cancelled flight. 595 more words


Expat Advice Interview on ExpatPsi

A few weeks ago I was contacted by Paula Vexlir, a registered clinical psychologist who lives in Argentina. She leads continuous research on Spanish-speaking expats to increase awareness of specific ways to support the Spanish-speaking expat community. 138 more words


When you moved to the Netherlands what is the one thing you wish somebody had told you about?

The idea for this post came from an expat group I’m in, so the question was originally: When you moved to Hilversum, what is the one thing you wish somebody had told you about? 382 more words