Lots of expat women get irritated by the title 'trailing spouse,' but life is what you make it, and this story tells you how one 'trailing spouse' has no trouble with her title.
As an expat with a sense of humor you can find lots of funky little things by the road or in the shops of foreign countries -- have a look at these beauties.
Lighthearted tales of my (mis)adventures living the expat life in Africa, Asia, the Middle East and other fun places around the world. As an expat writer, my aim is to find the humor in the foreign world around me.
To be a successful expat, a sense of humor is essential. Expat life is not all stress and homesickness, so have a little fun already.
Expat adventure: After a year of married life in Kenya, and no baby on the way, we received advice from a farmer. It involved goat. #pregnant #Kenya #expat
You think you bake your fabulous cakes from scratch? Girl, you've seen nothing yet. Here's me, serial expat, in a poor country, trying to bake a simple vanilla cake. Another expat foodie adventure. #foodie #expat
Expat trouble! Stuck on a hot balcony in a foreign country. No shoes, no phone. Another (mis) adventure living abroad. #humor #expat
Food and wine in Porto, Portugal. A culinary adventure. Salted cod, anyone?
Expat life is not a vacation. Living in foreign countries is interesting, but it is not all adventure and romance, at least not all the time.
As an expat living in Armenia, I learned that a picnic barbecue is not just a barbecue. It's an extreme barbecue. You take a live sheep, and . . . well just read the rest. Not for the squeamish. #Armenia #barbecue
Are you a restaurant junkie? Do you like unique eating experiences in funky places? As an expat living in foreign countries, I've eaten in funky restaurants and enjoyed many different cuisines. Food is fun!
As an American traveling abroad, I love when people ask me the most outrageous and hilarious questions ever.It not only makes me smile, but it also shows me how people around the world perceive the citizens of my country.
They say never forget where you came from- don’t change who you are. I know that I grew up on the icy, cold, Canadian Shield; but I can’t help it…I’ve changed. I’m currently living in West Africa, four degrees from…