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On this momentous occasion when we observe the strength and inspiration of the peaceful transition of power in a democracy with the inauguration of Barack Obama for his second term as President, and we celebrate the life’s work of civil rights activist Martin Luther King, it is only fitting to share another guest post from Tracey Buckenmeyer. All three […]

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Recently, fellow Adventurers were introduced to Tracey Buckenmeyer in her initial guest post here, Tough Neighborhood. Tracey has made a career of helping refugees and displaced persons, working for the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees. She’s worked in many different countries, and currently is posted to Ethiopia. She’s returned to tell us a little […]

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A couple days ago I shared a bit about my own corner of the world, life on quiet little Ten Hovestraat, in This Little Straat of Mine. Today we’re going to head further south, all the way to Ethiopia, for a guest post from Tracey Buckenmeyer. I ‘cyber met’ Tracey through fellow expat and guest blogger, Gry Tina […]

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NorthSouthEastWest: Expat Dispatches It’s time again for our monthly 4-way virtual blog, aka NSEW. Expat bloggers from In Search of a Life Less Ordinary, Expatria Baby, I Was an Expat Wife and here at Adventures in Expat Land get together to write on a theme and then guest post at each others’ sites. Moving abroad […]

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NorthSouthEastWest: Expat Dispatches With 2012 still fresh and new, this month’s NorthSouthEastWest: Expat Dispatches examines beginnings from the four corners of the globe: Linda/Yours Truly www.adventuresinexpatland.com in Netherlands is NORTH Russell www.insearchofalifelessordinary.com in Australia is SOUTH Erica www.expatriababy.com in Japan is EAST and Maria www.iwasanexpatwife.com  in Canada is WEST.   This month finds Erica at I Was an Expat Wife, writing […]

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When we last left the inimitable guest writer Gry Tina Tinde in Part I: A couple of hours before our rendezvous Mikhail called and said unfortunately something had come up. He would get back in touch. All I could do was wait, as I did not have his number. Months passed, but there was no […]

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I’m excited to share that we have another guest post by the multi-talented Gry Tina Tinde. Many of you remember Tina’s first guest post, the wild and wacky adventures of A Ski Instructor to Die For or more recently her piece On Marriage I Go With Brad Pitt. For anyone just joining us, Tina has spent a lifetime […]

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NorthSouthEastWest: Expat Dispatches It’s the middle of November so you know what that means: it’s time for our monthly virtual four-way blogfest! North: Yours Truly in The Netherlands (www.adventuresinexpatland.com) South: Russell in Australia (www.insearchofalifelessordinary.com) East: Erica in Japan (www.expatriababy.com) West: Maria in Canada (www.iwasanexpatwife.com) This month’s theme? What is the one item each of us […]

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The following is a guest post from my lovely friend and fellow co-author of Turning Points: 25 Inspiring Stories From Women Entrepreneurs Who Have Turned Their Careers and Their Lives Around (Kate Cobb, editor, Summertime Publishing, 2011), Sarah Koblow. Sarah lives with her family in Doha, Qatar and blogs at Count Only Sunny Hours. You can catch […]

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Today I’m excited to share that we have another guest post by the multi-talented Gry Tina Tinde. (Many of you will recall Tina’s first guest post, the wild and wacky adventures of A Ski Instructor to Die For.) Tina has spent a lifetime working around the globe for the betterment of the human condition. With […]

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NorthSouthEastWest: Expat Dispatches We’re back — four intrepid souls who swap guests posts each month from the far corners of the globe. We are: North: Linda (Yours Truly) in the Netherlands (www.adventuresinexpatland.com) South: Russell in Australia (www.insearchofalifelessordinary.com) East: Erica in Japan (www.expatriababy.com) West: Maria in Canada (www.iwasanexpatwife.com) The great philosopher Socrates said that the unexamined […]

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The expat life is one of adventure, discovery, glamour and … bumbling social ineptitude. And so for the September edition of NorthSouthEastWest: Expat Dispatches, our ongoing guest-post project, our four expat bloggers are divulging their most embarrassing expat moments. Yours Truly of Adventures in Expatland (North) will demonstrate that a small vowel can cause big problems. Russell, who […]

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Well hello to you on this late August day! When you look out the window on Nederland, you never quite know what you’ll find. Each day is a toss-up as to how it’s going to go. It’s a bit like like women’s fashions: Transitional versus Casual Resort Wear. You might find overcast skies, cooler weather, […]

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NorthSouthEastWest: Expat Dispatches Welcome back for another four-way guest post of our virtual blog NorthSouthEastWest: Expat Dispatches!  We are four bloggers who have joined together to rotate our monthly guest posts from the four corners of the world on each other’s blogs: Yours Truly here at www.adventuresinexpatland.com (North, Netherlands), Russell at www.insearchofalifelessordinary.com (South, Australia), Erica at […]

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Hey there. Today I’m over at expat publisher Jo Parfitt’s site in a new feature we’re calling Writing Business Bits. Based on the positive response to my recent three-part guest post about Jack Canfield’s insights on book marketing and promotion, Jo has asked me to contribute a series of monthly posts. Topics will focus on how […]

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NorthSouthEastWest: Expat Dispatches Welcome to the inaugural four-way guest posting of NorthSouthEastWest! We are four expat bloggers who have joined together to rotate our monthly guest posts from the four corners of the world on each other’s blogs: Linda (Yours Truly) at Adventuresinexpatland.com (North), Russell at Insearchofalifelessordinary.com (South), Erica at Expatriababy.com (East) and Maria at […]

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Recently I was guest posting over at Jo Parfitt’s website again, finishing the last in a three-part series on Steve Harrison’s (of Radio/Television Interview Report) interview with mega-selling author and co-founder of the Chicken Soup for the Soul franchise, Jack Canfield. I enjoy listening to such ‘webinars’ (web seminars) to glean the nuggets of wisdom, experience, […]

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The other day Jo Parfitt ran the second of my guest posts in a three-part series about ‘Chicken Soup for the Soul’ co-founder/business mogul Jack Canfield. The series is based on a recent webinar interview of Canfield by Steve Harrison of the Radio & TV Interview Report. In addition to co-authoring more than 200 titles […]

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For a little change of pace, we’re going to do something different today. I’m over at Jo Parfitt’s blog with the first of a three-part guest post Getting to Where You Want to Be, Part I. I recently listened to an insightful webinar interview with Jack Canfield, co-founder of the immensely popular ‘Chicken Soup of […]

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It’s Friday morning and the sun is shining. Like you, I’ve got a busy day planned. The weekend looms. But first, I’ve got something special in mind for you. Today we have a guest post, but with a bit of a twist. The writer isn’t a blogger. Yet. (I keep telling her it’s only a matter of time.) Gry Tina Tinde […]

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