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On The Road to Wellbeing Abroad

On The Road to Wellbeing Abroad

As a woman in a new country you are bound to have your own set of challenges. You will be ready to take on the world only when you are at ease within. Wellbeing includes physical and mental fitness. Here is a few tips on taking care of yourself: ·         Invest in Your Own Well BeingThe best investment that you can make is in your own health and well being, and all you need to do is devote just thirty minutes daily to get great results.  What’s more? The options are numerous and some of them don’t even cost a thing….a brisk walk, jogging, breathing exercises and yoga are some things you can do to enhance your well being. ·         Reward YourselfEvery time you achieve something…reward yourself with something...

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Expat Divorce

Expat Divorce

Marriages face the same ups and downs overseas as those at home, and in some cases the very essence of a life abroad can place even more stress and strain on a long-term partnership.

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Advice for Moving With Children

Advice for Moving With Children

Moving abroad with your family can prove to be a demanding experience particularly if children are involved.

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Parenting Issues for Expat Moms

Parenting Issues for Expat Moms

Parenting abroad is a challenge and you will have to deal with a number of issues at different levels. Most times you will find that life abroad involves questioning some very basic concepts and perceptions?

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Weekend Travel Ideas

Weekend Travel Ideas

Sometimes you just need to get away. Even living as an expat outside your home country, or perhaps even more so because of the situation, vacations are still a necessary part of life for staying relaxed and happy.

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Oh how we love camping

From Africa Expat Wives Club, 2 weeks ago, Read 0 times. Similar articles

We had one of our better camping experiences last weekend.  It was a school event, camping inside an upcountry school grounds - fully catered, a fun crowd of fellow campers with similar aged kids, hot showers, flushing loos, great views. All I had to pack was an in-car lunch and sundowners (crisps, beers, nuts) to reward ourselves once the tent was up.  Okay, it certainly wasn't the greatest nights sleep - at one point, when temperatures dropped, I was convinced I had developed... Read more
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Fabulously Kenyan Music

From Africa Expat Wives Club, 2 weeks ago, Read 0 times. Similar articles

I got really excited about a song recently because I thought that it was by a Kenyan artist, this was because of the 'Africa' scenes in the video - turns out it was Nico and Vinz who are Norwegian (Am I Wrong) - a bit sad on my part...However, I feel I have recovered my cool credentials slightly since then as my latest favourite that blasts on the radio on a regular basis IS indeed by a Kenyan band Mankind and my 14 year old daughter, back from school in England, didn't even know it.North by... Read more
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Expats moving on

From Africa Expat Wives Club, 1 month ago, Read 0 times. Similar articles

A number of friends have done that thing that expats very occasionally do ... they've gone home.Hearing news of one move, followed by another, then another, tends to rock one's foundations a bit. You ask yourself;  'Should we go'' 'If so, when'' 'What is our plan'' - But my husband and I never have a plan - we are generally just grateful to be working.  But it's harder to justify the expat existence when your children are studying overseas, parents are getting older back home,... Read more
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Simply Sicilian- Swordfish recipe from Pino Maggiore

From Over the Tuscan Stove, 5 month ago, Read 1 times. Similar articles

There are some recipes which just grab you the first time you eat them and remain in your memory. This is one of them.When we go to Cantina Siciliana for our cooking class, Pino is more than generous to share his recipes with us, not just those we had for class, but also what he makes for us for lunch after.This is called Pesce Spada alla Pantesca a recipe from the island of Pantelleria, famous for their capers. There is nothing easier than this recipe. The hard part is getting measurements... Read more
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Roma Casilina

From Rome Photo Blog, 5 month ago, Read 0 times. Similar articles

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