My digital nomad life on the road as a therapist

In today's connected world you no longer need to sit in your psychotherapists office to get the help that you need.  Dr Sonia Jaeger realized that there was a large market for...


Memories of an expat childhood

Mia Otzen from Expat Gypsies was fortunate enough to spend much of her childhood in different countries all over the world.  She was a true Third Culture Kid.  She talks us through mem...


Picking my family up and moving to Spain

Michal Volfin's husband got a job with a Spanish company.  He found himself spending half his time with his family in Israel and the other half of the time in Spain.  So they made the b...


My life on the move and how I founded a portable business

We hear from Julia Diéguez, founder of Life In The Move, a company that helps expats to settle into Madrid, Spain.  Julia talks about her life as an expat and how she started a busin...


Where is the easiest country to get citizenship?

We get asked this question a lot.  But the answer is not simple, because your individual circumstances are different, the ease accessing citizenship of countries will be different.  Questio...


Expat Life in Noumea, New Caledonia

Today we interview Italian Viola, who has moved to the stunning Noumea, New Caledonia.  New Caledonia is a French territory located in the south west Pacific ocean and its many islands prov...


Visa Options in South East Asia for Digital Nomads, Freelancers and the Self Employed

South East Asia is fast becoming a preferred destination for those who want to get away from a daily commute and a 9-5 job.  Working online as a digital nomad or freelancer is a rapidly growing ...


My Expat Life in Germany

Are you brave enough to say no to some great job offers, pack up your life and move to a country where they speak a completely different language?  Well that is exactly what Nicole Palazzo from ...


How to become a digital nomad

It’s the number one question digital nomads get asked alongside ‘How do you afford to travel so much?’. And both go hand in hand, because they are connected. A digital nomad is by d...


Celebrating Life as a Canadian in Belgium

Many expats we’ve interviewed have expressed that living abroad is more than just a tick off the old bucket list;  it’s an actual dream come true! In today’s post we’d li...


Understanding our roots with Ancestry DNA

Where you can live is heavily dependent on where your family comes from.  While I had an idea of my family history, it only went back to four or five generations, I was fascinated to unders...


Moving to Australia - an amazing experience

In today’s post, we had the pleasure of interviewing Coach & Psychologist, Ana Salido (www.anasalido.com). Her work is devoted to helping women succeed in their expatriation and using their...


My new life in Portugal

Some people move abroad for a new adventure, to explore the unknown or to immerse themselves in a new culture and language. Others may have the luxury to move abroad due to a new job opportunity or t...


On embracing global citizenship

Today we hear from Flor García, a Venezuelan-American language trainer teaching Spanish and English around the world, raising three global children, and encouraging other immigrant famili...


Expat Life as a Parisian in Toronto

Where do Europeans go when they want to, well… get out of Europe? Canada of course! Today we share a wonderful expat interview with French Instagrammer and life-lover, Celine Kone of @cel_in_w...


Our year in Taipei, Taiwan - an experience of a lifetime

My fiancé and I had only been living in British Columbia, Canada for a few months after moving from Manitoba when he found out he had been accepted to a prestigious microsurgery fellowship in ...


London Life on a shoestring

Here is an Expat Story from Liv, a 20-something Canadian, living, working and travelling in London. Liv shares her story and tips on moving to London, settling in and enjoying life there!  ...


My Expat Story from Bermuda to Spain

Today we hear an honest and inspiring story from Ann Wilkings who has lived in many different parts of the world over the years.  We hear about her setbacks and bravery in meeting those cha...


Digital Nomads, the self-employed and visas in Europe.

Digital nomads are a large and growing group of geographically flexible, self-employed or freelance workers.  If you are one of this fortunate group for whom fast internet (and, maybe cheap coff...


My year in New Zealand on a working holiday visa

Are you itching to get out of your country for a while but still need to support yourself financially? If your answer is, “YES!” then you will enjoy today’s interview with Dian...