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Keeping in touch

Modern technology and staying in touch

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Keeping in touch as an expat The autumn seems to bring a spate of family birthdays – my children, mother-in-law, step-mother, sister-in-law, niece, father and my sister all have birthdays falling between September and November. In years gone by we ... Read More »

How to keep in touch with friends and family who live overseas

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Stay connected and in touch when abroad International communication in the 21st century means the world is so much smaller now than just a few decades ago. Skype enables friends and family to ‘be in the same room’ regardless of ... Read More »

Keeping in touch or lack of freedom?

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Keeping track of third culture kids Originally published in January 2013 this article explains how expat kids turn out – usually with a wandering, global nomad habit! It also explores the differences a couple of decades make in how we ... Read More »

How we keep in touch with friends and family overseas

A pie-chart of what is used to keep in touch with friends and family when you're an expat

What do you use to keep in touch with your friends and family in other countries? A selection of my Facebook community answered this question recently. It looks like modern technology is far outstripping more traditional methods of communication! Facebook ... Read More »

Home is where the heart is…

Family spelled in blocks Home is where the heart is

Home is where the heart is… …which for me is a bit all over the place, so I suppose I’m a citizen of the planet (cue Paul Simon music) in a sense. As an expat, and especially as an expat ... Read More »