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vegan expat

5 best countries for vegans and vegetarians

When it comes to stays abroad and trips, most people are especially looking forward to the food. For vegetarians and vegans, a trip abroad can mean that you should stick to the side dishes before find...

Expat kids

Bilingual life – 0-3 years

The development of language for children is a wonderful process that begins in the mother’s abdomen even before birth. When we summarize the development, we find the following curriculum between...

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Expat love. Expats World

Expat Love

To fell in love with a woman or a man, who is living in another country can happen really easily today. Whether you met your love while travelling, living abroad for your studies or met at an online p...

Expat World desk

Offices all over the world

Everyone who works in an office knows the phenomenon: Every desk looks different. This one reveals a lot about a person’s character. And internationally, too, there are various differences. &nbs...

Bilingual life

  What does it mean to raise kids bilingual or maybe multilingual? From an expat point of view you are often confrontated to fell the right decision – for you and your kids. But sometimes the easiest ...

Mother’s Day in Spain & Portugal

♥️ Today, 5th of May, Spain & Portugal are honouring all mothers ♥️ It’s a day to say “Thank you” for everything they do for their kids and families. Everything that sometimes se...

Expat Thailand

Interview with Louise – living and working in Thailand

Today we have a different kind of blog post for you. We interviewed Louise. She is an expat in Chiang Mai, Thailand. Together with her husband Richard they built up their own business. Focused on heal...

Expat Worldwide

1st of May

What are we celebrating? At 1st of May in 1856, demonstrations were held in Australia to introduce the eight-hour day. Due to this, strikes were called in North America on May 1, 1886, as well as the ...

Homeschooling as Expat, Expats kids

Homeschooling

The education of your children in your hands Homeschooling is a viable education option for expats and their kids. Parents who either cannot afford the costs of private schools, don’t have access to i...

Expat in Kuala Lumpur

What living in Kuala Lumpur is like for an expat

Miriam and her husband made the decision to take a leap of faith to live the life of travel they’ve always wanted. After quitting their jobs to travel and work online, their first adventure started in...

Expats World. Expats life. Expatriate

Take a sabbatical!

The only thing to fear is fear itself It is definitely true to say that in case my life had continued “normally”… I may not have seen the places that I have visited recently, nor written my book...

Expat life in Stockholm

What living in Stockholm is like for an expat

Jane is American and lives in Stockholm with her partner Josh. She is working as a freelance writer, Etsy shop owner and blogger. Today Jane will share her story about the ups and downs of her expat l...

Remarkable Easter Traditions from Around the World

Easter is just a week ahead and lots of expats will  travel home to their families to spend some time together. Easter, in the USA, means church services, Easter egg hunts, and baskets filled with can...

Expat take care of the world

Earth Fair Barcelona – 2 Day Eco-festival – Sat 13 & Sunday 14 April 2019

What is your effort to save the world? E.g. avoid plastic or do you go by bike instead of using the car? This weekend you can join the Earth Fair Barcelona in Barcelona – great opportunity to me...

Expat in Barcelona. Living in Barcelona Barcelona

The pros and cons of expatriate life in Barcelona

A popular location for expats of all kinds. Barcelona is often quoted as one the most desirable towns in Europe to live. We have collected some pros and cons of the city from the perspective of an exp...

Expat in Japan

Are you an Expat struggling with Culture Shock?

Joseph Shaules, an expert in cultural psychology gives an insight into the anxieties new arrivals have to deal with, and what causes them. Why is it that emotionally healthy and intelligent people in ...

Expat families

Citizens of nowhere: Third Culture Kids

With globalization increasing, and workers moving from one country to the next, where do expat children call home? When kids arrive at the end of their time at Garden International School in Kuala Lum...

Students and expats living abroad. Expats World

What do students and expats have in common?

The excitement of a new town, the fear of being alone, a built-in community and to be able to reinvent yourself. Most people will experience life changes at this level only once—when they go away to c...

Trying to Find a Job Abroad? Expats Who Found Work Tell Everything

Trying to find work abroad can be a stressful challenge, requiring a strategic approach and a good dose of self-confidence. The landscape changes much more when the search is conducted in another coun...

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