5 Important Things I've learned from Living as an Expat for 5 years

5 Important Things I've learned from Living as an Expat for 5 years

You take the leap, you move away, and sooner than you know it you start to feel at home in a new country. You have a place to live, a job, friends, you can make your way around in the local language, you’re happy. The years pass, and where you’re from is still a part of your soul, but you can feel it further away. Home is where your heart is, and that can be in many places. This week marks my 5 year anniversary of being an expat, and these are the top five most important things I’ve learned…

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Jackie's Story - Women Who Moved Abroad Series: Stories on How they Improved Their Career & Life

Jackie's Story - Women Who Moved Abroad Series: Stories on How they Improved Their Career & Life

This weeks post showcases Jackie, a Canadian originally from Hong Kong who is currently an expat in Hamburg.  I met Jackie at a local Hamburg art community called Creative Nights which she founded 2 years ago. Not only did she start a thriving art community, but she is also rocking an international career in marketing and has made an outstanding life for her self abroad.  She is one of the most driven female expats I know, which is why I've included her in the series.  

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Life as an Expat in Germany: Described in Memes

Life as an Expat in Germany: Described in Memes

Living as an expat in a new country, you often feel weird, out of place and like everyone is looking at you funny. You try to make yourself fit in, but you end up just standing out even more.  So, if you're reading this you probably want some kind of insight of daily life as an expat in Germany, so my friends - I will describe this you in memes. 

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