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Be prepared for emergencies

Ambulance and man on a stretcher

As an expat arriving in a new country there are so many new things to learn and organise you may forget something extremely important; something that could actually be a matter of life or death. How to contact the emergency ... Read More »

How an expat child deals with transition

Resilient expat child Toddler with hands on hips looking down a long road

In December 2012 Laura explained how her little girl taught her how to cope with her new expat life. Here, I’ve merged the two articles into one for ease of reading. Learning resilience from my expat American toddler To say ... Read More »

Settle your child into a new home – quickly!

A young girl bouncing on a pink bed. Happy child settled in a new home

10 tips to help your child feel at home The first few days in a new home can be disconcerting. Help your child settle in as quickly as possible with these ten tips. 1) Sort out the sleeping arrangements Depending ... Read More »

Find the right home when relocating overseas

House-sitting is a good option when relocating overseas

Sponsored post by HouseSit Match Moving a family abroad offers so many opportunities and challenges. Finding the right home in the right place is one of the most important things. But how do you learn about the right neighbourhood for ... Read More »

Top tips for emigrating with children

Child looking our an aeroplane window. Relocating overseas with children.

Moving abroad with children can be a daunting task On the other hand, it can be one of the most exciting experiences of your lives and open up a whole new world of opportunity. In this time of globalisation, the ... Read More »