Nicole Webb, author of China Blonde, talks to Brightside Story Studio. Why did you uproot your life and go overseas? “I met my husband, James, on a blind date when I was 35. He worked in hotels and warned me that they liked their staff to progress, which could involve moving overseas. After striving for… Read More Interview with author, Nicole Webb
Cath talks to Sundae Schneider-Bean on the Expat Happy Hour about her illustrated book, Living Elsewhere: Because a life overseas can be tough and, well, sometimes you just have to laugh.
Helena Jalanka, author Greetings from Abroadland, Experiences of Family Life Abroad, talks to Thriving Abroad about curiosity and adventure in Abroadland.
Helen Ellis joins Sundae Bean on the Expat Happy Hour to share her personal story, professional experience, and thought-provoking research on grandparenting from afar. A writer, scholar, and proud grandma, Helen’s Distance Families project brings the grandparent’s perspective to light.
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
Teru Clavel, author of World Class, talks to Louise Wiles of Thriving Abroad. Teru’s insights, advice and expertise will help you think about what matters most to you and your children in relation to education and how you can best support them during their international educational journey. Teru shares her family’s adventures through three cities in… Read More Thriving Abroad Podcast with Teru Clavel, author of World Class
Louise Ross, author of Women Who Walk, talks to Louise Wiles of Thriving Abroad. Enjoy this fascinating conversation where Louise shares: What she learned from these diverse stories. The personal benefit of documenting our own stories irrespective of whether we share them. The personal strengths and characteristics that Louise recognised in the personal stories – I am sure… Read More Thriving Abroad Podcast with Louise Ross, author of Women Who Walk
“I was struck by how many parents feel guilty and are afraid that they are doing the wrong thing to their kids. My advice to parents is: Make the best choices you can with the information you have. If home is a safe space and you love your kids, that in itself will be a… Read More Tanya Crossman, Author of Misunderstood, Interviewed by Beijing Kids Magazine