To Assist and Inform Cross-culture Transition Progress Rachel E. Timmons, Ed.D Used to great success by organizations, missions, and students around the world and more recently applied to transitions caused by health issues, the Reacculturation Cross-culture Transition Rubric is now available as a published book. Includes worksheets, guidance notes, and a comprehensive list of additional… Read More A Rubric for Transition Among Cultures
When his California dream turned to nightmare and with creative career in tatters, author and fast food courier, Charles St. Anthony gave La La Land the finger and hit the freeway for prairie pastures new. Pitching his wagon in Oklahoma City, ‘where the wind comes sweepin’ down the plain’, he could earn an honest crust… Read More Jack Scott Reviews Saints and Sinners in Oklahoma City
The Global Nomad’s Guide to University Transition (2nd Ed.)Tina L. QuickForeword by Ellen MahoneyGuest Authors: Amanda Bates M.B.A., M.Ed., Lois Bushong M.S., Lauren Wells Starting college in a new country is exciting, but it doesn’t have to be overwhelming. The second edition of the ground-breaking The Global Nomad’s Guide to University Transition by transitions expert… Read More The Global Nomads Guide: 2nd Edition Out Now!
Vida en Movimiento Crecer a través de las Transiciones La vida está llena de transiciones. A veces suceden en un lugar geográfico. Pasamos de la niñez a la edad adulta, de la soltería al matrimonio, de la salud a la enfermedad crónica. Otras veces se dan cuando nos trasladamos de un lugar a otro. En… Read More Life in Motion – Spanish Edition Out Now!
Goodbye Again is a poem for children – to be read aloud by parents or by the children themselves. It tells the story of little Emma and her siblings, Bruno and Anne, who have to move to another country – yet again! Emma is devastated at having to leave her life behind, having to say goodbye… Read More Goodbye Again – Out Now
A perfect gift for children Third Edition, written by Wakanyi Hoffman, illustrated by Milena Weichelt The Twelve Days of Christmas is a traditional English Christmas carol of French origin which details the gifts received from a true love beginning on the day after Christmas. But what gifts would one receive if the twelve days were spent on a… Read More The Twelve Days of Christmas Safari
When will my turn come? Didn’t we agree that both our careers were equally important? Sound familiar? All too often, one career takes precedence over the other, and the dreams of a dual career marriage disintegrate into dust. And it’s even more complicated if you are globally mobile. Juggling two careers with multiple moves –… Read More Whose Career – Yours, Mine or Ours? Out Now
Expat Life Stripped Bare Nine women share the emotional and practical realities of life away from ‘home’. Edited by Carrie Frais of MumAbroad. “Divorce, death, alcoholism… these are women’s real stories about what lies beneath the Facebook veneer of life abroad. They may be a harsh wake-up call in many cases, but their stories are also refreshing,… Read More #LivingTheDream – 2nd Ed, Revised and Expanded
“Thank goodness for this book. It’s a must-read for anyone who wants attitudes to change.” Victoria Derbyshire, British journalist, newsreader and broadcaster “With this brilliant handy guide, all women will have the perfect response to any sexist remark at their fingertips. Brava!” Eleanor Mills, founder of Noon.org.uk and former Editorial Director of The Sunday Times “How often have… Read More How To Stand Up To Sexism, What the Experts Say…
“When work dries up because of the pandemic, what’s a boy to do to keep the wolves from the door? The answer is to join the countless others in the gig economy. This is what author Charles St. Anthony did. Staying in is the new going out and who better to deliver fast food and… Read More Jack Scott Reviews Beverly Hills Postmate
A Book for ALL Generations Helen Ellis Is your family geographically scattered? Has globalisation made your family a Distance Family? This book tells the candid story of how Distance Parents and Distance Grandparents struggle – and succeed – to adapt to their new reality. This isn’t family life as they had imagined it.