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Archive for: Jo Parfitt
Jo Parfitt and Colleen Reichrath Smith’s “A Career in Your Suitcase: A Practical Guide to Creating Meaningful Work… Anywhere” (Summertime Publishing, 2013) is reviewed on Korea4Expats.com.
In a review of the latest edition of A Career in Your Suitcase (Summertime Publishing 2013) on ExpatsHungary.com, Michelle Gray writes: “In the best tradition of What Color Is Your Parachute?, The Artist’s Way, and Wishcraft (books the authors also reference), A Career In Your Suitcase is an engaging guide to creating uniquely fulfilling work based on your wishes, needs, values, skills, […]
A number of books featured here on Expat Bookshop have appeared in the autumn 2013 edition of An American in Britain magazine, distributed to over 50,000 Americans each year! Here’s a sneak peak of what some of the reviewers had to say: 1. Tina Quick’s The Global Nomad’s Guide to University Transition, a practical and inspiring handbook for students, is […]
Lauren Keith, a young British expat in Singapore reviews the latest edition of “A Career in Your Suitcase” (Summertime Publishing 2013).
“A Moving Landscape: A Memoir in Poetry of a Life Overseas” (Summertime Publishing, 2009) is an anthology of poems by by Jo Parfitt, created during the 20 years plus that she has been on the road.
ABC Book Centre in The Hague, the Netherlands hosts the official launch of the 4th edition of “Career in Your Suitcase” (Summertime Publishing 2013) by Jo Parfitt and Colleen Reichrath-Smith.
Jo Parfitt and Colleen Reichrath-Smith’s “A Career in Your Suitcase” (4th ed) from Summertime Publishing will be available for FREE on Kindle from 12th to 16th May 2013 via Amazon!
A Career in Your Suitcase is relevant to anyone wishing to find direction, discover new work opportunities and realize goals
Designer Alison day reviews the latest edition of “A Career in Your Suitcase: a practical guide to creating meaningful work… anywhere” (4th ed) (Summertime Publishing 2013) by Jo Parfitt and Colleen Reichrath-Smith.