The complexity of being an International Career Couple
Active communication and couple contracting are essential parts of a happy expat relationship abroad. It's complex enough - let's start with easy tips on how to communicate.
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Expat Partner Career - How to continue your career when moving abroad
How to find your professional identity abroad as the Expat Partner? Do you want to work? Do you struggle with entering a foreign labor market? Work on your profile with this great workbook. #expat #expatpartner #expatlife #expatliving #livingabroad #work #career #careerwomen
Traveling as a couple is a different experience than traveling with friends and family so here are travel tips for traveling as a couple from experienced travel couples
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The Expat Holidays // A collection of stories from expats and travelers around the world sharing what tradition means to them.
Don't Marry a Foreigner Till You Know This - Raising World Children
A great read if you are thinking of or are in the process of marrying a foreigner. A man from a land and culture so very different from yours.
A Collection of the Best Marriage Advice Ever
And they lived happily ever after. You read the stories as a little girl. The ones that ended with the beautiful wedding and those six words that stuck in our hearts and filled our dreams.
Traveling Alone While Married: Why Solo Travel is Important - Two Dusty Travelers
"But what is your husband going to do? " is the first question I'm asked when I say I'm traveling alone while married. Here's my answer.
9 difficulties of being married to a foreigner
Last week, I talked about 9 things I loved about being married to a foreigner. While I would not change anything about my marriage, it's not always roses and glitter. Here are some harsh but very real realities any multicultural couple may face: 1. Lost sense of Home When I was growing up in France, there was never any question about where home was. It was in France, where my family was. But now, my family has extended. Some are in France, some are in America, some others (close family-like…
We Got Married for a Visa —
He grabbed my hand as I was striding to the dance floor. After six weeks in a ski resort with the girl-to-guy odds strongly in my favour, I was confident, even cocky, as he pulled me aside. He had an Irish lilt to his accent and a cheeky open smile.'Sure, I'll have a drink, what are you buyi
When life gets hard, you need to be a strong partner - This is Us...Living
Marriage is tricky even before adding things like moving countries. I've learnt you need to be a strong partner. Buckle up, this post is full of the feels.