Looking after your health overseas When relocating overseas, you need to ascertain what potential health problems may apply to you. If you have an existing condition that requires
What is your comfort zone? Your comfort zone refers to the set of environments, boundaries and behaviours with which you are comfortable, without creating a sense of risk.
Expat anxieties Although you may worry about many things before moving overseas with your children, three topics are mentioned far more than any others as being the biggest
How to feel positive about a move abroad In a previous post, I looked at what can happen if one partner doesn’t want to make the move overseas.
What if you don’t want to move overseas? Not all overseas relocations are a welcome and exciting experience. Sometimes the news of a potential posting causes your heart
Inspirational quotes If you feel overwhelmed, here are five quotes to help you feel more positive. The healthy and strong individual is the one who asks for
Not all expat kids are happy Previously, we looked at how to recognise that your child is unhappy. After identifying that your child is unhappy in their new
“I am an expat child and I don’t like it” This Google search term led a young reader to ‘Expat Child’, which was a shock, and gave rise
Moving internationally: some advice Several people have asked me to write a post on moving internationally. Now that things are starting to calm down after my move from
Expats and elderly parents In which I have a scary couple of days When I wrote about keeping in touch with your family and friends overseas, I mentioned