Keeping track of third culture kids Originally published in January 2013 this article explains how some ‘expat kids’ turn out… …Usually with a wandering, global nomad habit! It
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
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
Expat family ties: far away but not distant There is a saying that grandchildren are the reward for being a good parent. And many grandparents would certainly agree.
More activities to help your expat child remember ‘home’ Continuing our look at some more activities that we as parents and caregivers can do to honor and celebrate
More activities to help your child remember previous homes Continued from here. A look at some more activities that we as parents and caregivers can do to honor
Help your expat child to remember ‘home’ “I wish we could go home and have lunch at the chicken lady’s place,” casually remarked my six year old son.
What is a blog? The word ‘blog’ is derived from ‘Web log’. A blog is basically a journal or diary that is available on the web. The activity
Mother’s Day – a global tradition Mother’s Day is commemorated worldwide although the dates differ from country to country. For example, Mother’s Day in Norway is the second
What time is it in…? Keeping in touch with your friends and family in various parts of the world is easy enough in these days of the social