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After 33 years of a truly international life style and raising two daughters, Francien and Frank decided to withdraw from a 24/7 active working life. Frank has enjoyed a rewarding and financial lucrative expatriate working life with a global operating American Petrochemical company with numerous assignments in Europe, USA, Africa and Middle East. Being financially independent, Frank and Francien had decided a few years ago to make the big step and embark on an early retirement life (Frank is 57 years of age). They both do not know what that new phase in their life will look like, apart from being nomadic as they want to continue an expatriate lifestyle beyond retirement. The purpose of this blog is to share how they will try to find purpose and direction in the next few years, while being in full control of their own time. This blog is NOT about how to become financial independent nor about what place is the best place to retire in. This blog is about a journey to find new meaning and goals in a more mindful lifestyle, opposed to a global corporate working lifestyle driven by frenetic timelines and obligations.
Happy Go KL will bring you tips what to do in KL with your kids - or without them. We will also talk about parenting, traveling in Malaysia and the region and all other things happy.
Ale Berrie started as a way for me to share my passion for food and baking. But slowly it has evolved into a blog thats all about the girl behind it and what I am all about. So you'll find documentation of my travels, recipes, yoga, and more.
A blog about traveling and working around the world. The blog has stories about everywhere I visit and the various jobs I have done along the way.
I'm an Aussie married to a British diplomat and we are currently on a posting to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. We have a three year old and another child on the way. I blog about travel in general with children in tow and also about living in the region.
Where to eat and drink in KL - by a Foodie @ KL ::not a review on all the restaurants, bars in kl - just the ones that have this special sparkle::
As an American living in Malaysia, I write about my thoughts on politics and spirituality from the edge of Asia.
I'm a 2nd year engineering student studying at Loughborough in the UK and have moved out to work and live in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia for the next 12 months.
Joey "Sky" and his wife Kris "Summer" were ordinary couple who wants to explore the four corners of the earth in their own way. This Blog aims to document their so called adventures, challenges and transition from being home buddy to aspiring nomads. They have common shared of passion in food, travel and photography.
In November 2011, one Sydney girl packed her bags and moved to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia with the man she loves. This blog is about eating, drinking, shopping and sightseeing, and everything that happens in between as they build a new life together in this hot and humid city.
Tantalize your taste buds with healthy vegetarian cuisine
Returning to South East Asia, after nearly six years in Norway, the Irish Nomad is casting aside her skiis, snow boots and purple wellies, and starting over..... The Irish Nomad is a freelance writer, serial expat, who dreams of winning the Booker Prize (or any prize actually). She is also the mother of three, married to a Dane, and Malaysia is her fifth foreign country of residence since 1999.
Experiences and thoughts of an out-of-work expat woman living in Malaysia. She is often seeing moonlighting as a tired mum
The best of Europe: Five blogs for five cities
What do Dublin, London, The Hague, Parma, and Galicia have in common? — Sorry, all being European cities, even though it is the right guess, doesn’t count. Okay, we will save you the hustle — here it is, they all have good expat bloggers! Expat.com brings them to you to introduce you to the expat life in the city they have decided to make a home (for now).