Category Archive: Expat Life

Expat Survival Guide : The Etiquette Danger Zone

  The Etiquette Danger Zone   Nice to Meet You On a recent business trip to South Korea, Microsoft founder Bill Gates met President Park Geun-hye and committed a huge faux-pas, without the… Read More

Expat Survival Guide : Dealing with Danger

Dealing with Danger It goes without saying that, during your expat travels, you’ll probably stand out from the local population: not just for your skin or hair colour, or your facial features, but… Read More

Expat Survival Guide : When Not to be a Welcoming Host – Little Beasties

Expat Survival Guide – To Living Abroad Little Beasties :  When Not to be a Welcoming Host   If you’re arriving in exotic climes, you probably already have some idea that snakes and… Read More

Expat Survival Guide : Helping Children Cope

  Expat Survival Guide   Children: seen and heard Their happiness is your happiness. Be honest about the move and avoid making promises you can’t fulfil (like their friends coming to visit). Before… Read More

Expat Survival Guide : Infidelity and Relationships on the Rocks

Expat Survival Guide Infidelity and Relationships on the Rocks   Your relationship is about to be tested – especially if your move revolves around one partner, rather than both, taking up employment. If… Read More

Expat Survival Guide : The Truth About Saying Farewell to Friends and Family

Expat Survival Guide The Truth About Saying Farewell to Friends and Family   You are going to miss your family and friends. Literally, you will miss anniversaries, birthdays and weddings, supporting loved ones… Read More

Expat Survival Guide : It’s life… but not as you knew it

  Expat Survival Guide It’s life …. but not as you knew it If you want everything to remain the same, moving abroad is not for you. Your time abroad is going to… Read More

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