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It is an exciting day here in Expat Land: we’re madly flapping our wings for take-off, determined to catch the wind currents, achieve flight and soar. ‘What’s with the flight metaphors?’ you ask. ‘They’re flying left and right.’ Heh heh. Today marks the book launch of the second edition of Forced to Fly: An Anthology of Writings That Will Make […]

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By now many of you may have noticed that I haven’t been posting regularly. Or much at all, if the truth be told. I’ve effectively been under an enforced ‘internet interlude’, partially of my own making, but mainly due to connectivity issues. As I’ve shared in Bite of the Generational Sandwich, the main focus of […]

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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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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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Today I’m going to do a number of things: provide two updates, share a helpful link and a fun link (although the helpful link could be fun and the fun link could be helpful, too), and issue an apology. Think of it as dealing with all the leftovers in your refrigerator. My gift to you. […]

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One of the features I like to do is share with you some of the great expat blogs I’ve heard about, read about or just stumbled upon on my own. I don’t do this often, so when I do, you can know that I follow the site in question religiously. The caliber of writing is […]

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