Being cosy warm indoors while the weather hurls all the winter it can lay its hands on at you is a wonderful feeling, but it doesn’t come without a downside…
Rediscovery, liberation and romance abroad – it might sound formulaic but if it’s handbags, engagement rings and martinis you’re after forget it… THIS IS CHICK LIT WITH BALLS!
A large part of Identity is tied up with ‘belonging’. I often hear people talk about feeling comfortable where they ‘fit in’, they mention places where they ‘belong’ or ‘feel at home’. So how do you know where you belong?
You might think identity is something that comes from within, but copying and assumption have a huge influence in how we see ourselves.
Sometimes all that’s required for things to work out is patience. When we came sight-unseen to Canada our quality of life took a nosedive while we got ourselves established…
I’ve neglected my A-Z of Canada for long enough so here’s D, delivered with a renewed commitment to make it to the end of the alphabet… eventually.
Describing an encounter with depression during her family’s expatriation to Houston, USA, Laura J Stephens’ memoir will strike a chord with displaced souls everywhere.
What are the chances of a pair of TCK’s from equally dysfunctional families getting married and having babies?
“A Career In Your Suitcase” does what it says on the tin – equips you with the building blocks of a portable career.
Approaching the three-year mark of our Canadian posting this expat’s reached an impasse…