Tanya Crossman, author of the best-selling book, Misunderstood, reviews Arrivals, Departures and the Adventures in-between by Christopher O’Shaughnessy.
Author Doreen Cumberford calls her book Life in the Camel Lane: Embrace the Adventure a “learnoire.” It is a combination of Cumberford’s story and the stories of other expats and the lessons they learned living in Saudi Arabia as expat employees or spouses. Readers considering expat living will learn the four stages of culture shock:… Read More Life in the Camel Lane by Doreen Cumberford
Expat Partner – Staying Active & Finding Work by Carine Bormans and Marie Geukens As the person behind the Career in Your Suitcase concept and co-author of the fourth edition of the book of the same name I am a sucker for books on dual careers. This is such an important topic and yet there… Read More Jo Parfitt reviews Expat Partner
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
Tanya Crossman, author of the best-selling book, Misunderstood, reviews Monday Morning Emails by Jo Parfitt and Terry Anne Wilson.
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Some of the best expat books about education abroad
“Pick up this book and you will be pleasantly surprised that even though the book is mainly about Gran Canaria, the experience is applicable anywhere in the world. “Going Local in Gran Canaria: How To Turn A Holiday Destination Into A Home” by Matthew Hirtes allows you to have a fresh perspective about holidays, career… Read More Going Local in Gran Canaria – Informative and Entertaining