Part Five of the Expat ‘From Struggle To Success’ Series looks at ‘landing’ like an expert. Today is World Art Day, so I encourage you to celebrate the work of art that is YOU.Continue
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Americans living abroad are a busy lot, to be sure. More than managing the typical day to day that folks Stateside deal with, we US expats do that and a lot more: There are new rules for living in our new host country. The culture is new. Perhaps there’s a new language to learn.
In addition to all of this, there also comes the time each year, like now, when we need to be thinking about the coming tax season and preparing some things that can give us a leg up and save a significant…Continue
Added by Greg Dewald on September 26, 2012 at 9:00pm — No Comments
- The number of Americans aged 25-34 living abroad has increased from 1% to 5.1% in two years
- 40% of Americans aged 18-24 express a serious interest in working abroad, up from only 15% in 2009
- The US State Department estimates 6.4m Americans are now working and living abroad.
I wondered for some years if I was alone thinking that opportunities for folks in the State were becoming more and more dire and if a relocation to another country might be the new “American…Continue
Added by Greg Dewald on August 25, 2012 at 8:49pm — No Comments
What Happened to the Baby Boomers Anyway?
The ‘free love generation’ broke taboos, explored, experimented, came of age and changed the world, all while inhaling.
For all our good intentions we haven’t done as well as we had hoped. Wiping out diseases, hunger, and war were all high on the agenda, as were most of us.
Now? Well, we are older and some are looking for other adventures. But many of us still have those intentions and hope to be useful towards…
Added by Suzie Hammond on August 21, 2012 at 12:02am — No Comments
The cow studies me with a contemplative grind of her teeth. Several flies gather at the corner of her eye. In the New Mexico desert you take moisture anywhere you can find it.
The landscape is grilled, layered with reds and oranges in the soil. Behind the cow there are the white bleached bones of some of her kin showing through creamy colored sands. It is like a surrealistic painting, except the dry whistling fingers of heat reach out to turn your skin to desiccated parchment. My…Continue
Added by Suzie Hammond on August 20, 2012 at 11:55pm — No Comments
We have a new expat from the US who is relocating to DG.
We are looking for a relocation agency to help settle him and his family in, they are quite common in places like Shanghai & Beijing etc.
Any help with this is very much appreciated.
Thanks in advance.
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