The Benefits and How to Get Going This was one week into ‘lock down’ and I knew I needed something to get me focused, to wrestle me away from the endless scrolling, the hopeless searching for better news as I tried to wrap my head around this new reality. I hesitated. Did I need more… Read More Writing Through Challenging Times
A Happy Expat was founded by Tanya Arler, co-author of Unpack, to help and support all expat spouses. The beginning can be hard, and Tanya hopes to make it that little bit easier. Join in the conversation on Facebook Unpack– A Guide to Life as an Expat Spouse, is an invaluable, easy-to-read guide to answer… Read More Join A Happy Expat on Facebook
Adjusting to a new place can be difficult, whether you’re transitioning from city life to the countryside or learning about a whole new culture in a foreign country. While not everyone has the means or the desire to make such a drastic change themselves, we can all get a feel for what the experience is… Read More 10 Inspiring Stories About Living in a New Place
Jack Scott is an author, blogger and book producer. Since publishing his evergreen autobiography, Perking the Pansies, in 2011, he has also become something of an expert in the world of social media. Here, Jack shares his top social media tips for authors. More…
Springtime Books is proud to announce the publication of Do you still have cleavage with just one breast? the incredibly raw and inspirational breast cancer diary by Sue Lawrence. On honeymoon and two months pregnant, Sue discovers a lump in her breast. This is her raw, unpolished diary as she navigates the diagnosis and treatment… Read More Do you still have cleavage with just one breast?
FIGT had very humble beginnings in the Midwest USA. While trying to adjust to life in suburban Indiana after living overseas, Ruth realized that not enough help was being given to relocated families. Although relocation packages included nice benefits and practical information, they lacked support in other areas. “Topics such as transition, TCKs or spousal… Read More Dounia Bertuccelli in conversation with Summertime author, Ruth Van Reken
More and more people are globally mobile, moving from their home country to other international locations to support global business needs. Sadly, few companies take advantage of the vast knowledge that these roving managers gain of different markets, ideas for inventing or enhancing products and services, and strengthened human networks across functions and geographies. Also,… Read More The repatriation dilemma
‘A handbook for students returning home or moving abroad for college, ‘Nomad’s’ Guide’ is written for TCKs facing a double transition -– adjusting to a new stage of life as an independent young adult while also adjusting to a new stage of life as an independent young adult while also adjusting to a new culture.’… Read More The Global Nomad’s Guide: Written for TCKs Facing a New Life