The magazine for expats, page 31

Chile
Cachando Chile
My name is Peg - no wait, it’s Margaret - Snook. I forget ...
Sweden
2 Hills in Stockholm
My name is Ron and I am from Maastricht in the Netherlands. ...
Papua New Guinea
Educating Wendy
I'm “Dr. Wendy”. I grew up on the outskirts ...
Japan
A Scotsman in Japan
My name is Craig Hunter and I am a 25 year old Scotsman. I ...
New Zealand
Further than you think
My name is Whitney Cox and I’m a 25-year old American ...
Egypt
Londoneya
I was born and raised in England to Egyptian parents. I ...
Malta
Reflections
Hi, I am Angela, I am from Canada. We decided to move to ...
England
Beyond The Queen and Driving on the Left
I was born in Colorado and have lived there my whole life ...
Panama
Panamajama's Blog
I am Panamajama, I come from Glasgow in the West of ...
Austria
A new girl in Vienna
My name is Kerry Smith (aka a new girl in vienna). I was ...
Saudi Arabia
Susie's Big Adventure
My name is Susie Khalil and I write my blogs under the name ...
Germany
Munich daily photo
My name is Emily and I'm originally from Dayton, Ohio. I've ...
Ecuador
Nancy and Chuck - Retirement in Ecuador
Hi, my name is Nancy Watson. My husband, Chuck, and I have ...
South Africa
From Africa, With Love
My name is Caroline Collie and I'm originally from the ...
China
Food. Fashion. Ferrets.
My name is Beverly and my family is originally from ...
Libya
KhadijaTeri
I'm American, born in Chicago but moved with my family to a ...
Gibraltar
Itchy feet at forty
I'm Kate and I live in Gibraltar. I arrived here via Spain ...
Sweden
Hus Langford
I'm an American, born in Chicago, raised in Minneapolis. My ...
England
Memoirs of a T.S.U.N.A.M.I Girl
My name is Rebecca, but I love it when people call me Bec. ...
Switzerland
Queso Suizo
My name is Amanda, but everyone in my family (except my ...
Colombia
Expat Chronicles
My name is Colin and I'm an American living in Bogota, ...
Ghana
This is Ghana
I’m Gayle, which is a brilliant traveling name. It can ...
France
Le Franco Phoney
I've been living in La Clusaz for three years now, and ...
India
Diary of a White Indian Housewife
I gave my business suits to charity, quit my accounting ...
Mali
MMM’s “Everything is Possible”
My name is Muhamad Maznillah. I am originally from Kuala ...

Interviews


Moving
Caroline Szipira tells us about coming home after living abroad
A bit more than a year after moving back to France, Caroline Szipira tells Expat.com about the process of moving home ...
Everyday life
Lisa: “If I had to wait for someone to come with me, I would ...
Moving abroad on your own is no easy feat. Some might argue that it is particularly hard when you’re a woman. So ...
USA
Gilbert Croze: "Companies are more than ever branching out; we ...
The American professional etiquette bears no secret for Gilbert Croze. Building on his thirty years experience in ...

Blogs of the month


And then we… interviewed Mariam!
Mariam Navaid Ottimofiore became an expatriate at just two months old. This economist turned expat writer is now ...
Everyday life
Kata writes... about Mexico!
Last month, Katariina celebrated the first anniversary of her baby, her blog- Kata Writes! A blog about taco diapering, ...
“Do it! You’ll regret not going or wish you had gone sooner.”
Today, Maya, an LA girl, is living with her husband in Singapore and expecting her first child. But Maya has not always ...

Insights from professionals


Ensuring the integration of your children in a new school abroad
Virginia Bastide is the co-founder of the Paris Institute of Childcare Training, and, most importantly, the mom of three bi-cultural children. She ...
Virginia Bastide is the co-founder of the Paris Institute of Childcare ...