Even though she hasn’t lived in every part of the world, Charu calls herself a world citizen because, in her words, “People are people and it doesn’t really matter where I come from or where my roots are from. Home is just where I can feel comfortable with the people around”.
It is quite common for expat women traveling abroad, and especially raising a family, to feel lost and lose a sense of purpose. It is easy to feel overwhelmed in an unfamiliar overseas environment. If you are a female expat who is searching for a way to refocus on a goal, this awesome online service may be the guiding light that can help you remap and rediscover your life while abroad.
In this episode, Cleveland native now living in Ufa, Russia, Jasliyn Albert sits down for a chat with our host to share her experiences of getting to and living in Russia. Hear how Jasliyn learnt how to overcome her shyness to take on an expat life head-on. Also, understand how the local people in this town in Russia may view this newcomer from America.
Listen to how an expat mother from Pakistan adjusted to life abroad while raising three young children(That's right! Three!). Listen to how this expat mother keeps sunshine in her life overseas by staying creative. Also, hear her thoughts on why she feels the education and exposure her children are getting in their multicultural environment is a big asset to their overall growth.
In this episode we talk with American expat travel blogger Angela Carson, an American expat who has travelled to over 33 different countries all at the same time while raising a daughter alone! Find out what Angela's daughter considers the best thing that has ever happened to her. What is it that she discovered? What is it that she learnt?
In this episode, we are happy to have American expat and fellow podcaster, Ms. Jennifer Langkjaer. Jennifer is living and raising two children abroad in Switzerland and shares her views of educating her children and keeping them in touch with their "home" culture. Jennifer makes it a point that if you are looking to become an expat, you need to be flexible.
Liz has taken to the road abroad with her cute seven-year-old daughter who isn’t having any problem adapting to the expat experience. In fact, Liz’s little doll has been traveling since she was six months old! As a result, she has become used to hearing different languages, observing different cultures and meeting people of all colors, shapes and sizes.