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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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WordPressers Making a Splash

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We read hundreds of blogs and websites every day, from up-and-coming voices and established pros alike. We love visiting those sites on WordPress.com, but it’s just as rewarding to see other platforms embrace the work of writers, journalists, and artists who regularly publish here, introducing it to new audiences. Here’s a selection of WordPress.com bloggers who recently made a splash. A mathematician at work Terry Tao is a veteran blogger,... Read more
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8 Things to Do in Berlin

From Londonelicious: A food blog, Today, Read 0 times. Similar articles

I went to Berlin last month! It was my third trip to this grittily artsy city, still emerging from the everything, all these years after 1989. 1989! I still remember my German aunt, married to my American uncle, convinced that the world was going to end the night the wall came down.I went to Berlin for the first time in 1993. What I remember most about that visit is the massive cranes, hovering above the rooftops. They were everywhere.In Berlin in 2015, I met up with my friend Karen. We... Read more
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Walter Palmer, ?Tiny-Dick' Hunter

From Here There and Everywhere, Today, Read 0 times. Similar articles

While we lived in Germany and Qatar and Kuwait, we went every year to Africa. On the smaller flights out of Johannesburg to Windhoek or into Zimbabwe or Zambia, we would encounter swaggering men, hanging out in the aisles, talking loudly, usually with big bellies, all decked out in safari gear/ersatz military camo. At first, I thought they were mercenaries of some sort, they seemed to be so full of themselves. Then a stewardess told me they were the “tiny-dick”... Read more
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Lighthouse

From Frenchless in France, Today, Read 0 times. Similar articles

When we were on Ile de Ré the last time we went a little further than usual and reached the Baleines Lighthouse and climbed the equivalent of 13 stories to reach the top. The lighthouse as we approached. The view from below before we headed up. Quite a view on this sunny, though windy, day. There was a U shaped form in the water below which was once used to catch fish, even as far as thousands of years ago. The part of the lighthouse holding the light. I’m not sure... Read more
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Goodbye Israel

From Mama(e) in Translation, Today, Read 0 times. Similar articles

The trip is over and it was amazing! I Hope to be able to post about it when I get home, but I don't know if it's going to happen.Our last day and half was at the sea of Galilee, at a very pleasant hotel was a beautiful warm pool:Yesterday, my sons and my nephew were baptized in the Jordan River, which was very meaningful ending to a marvelous trip. We have 12 minutes to eat now and to go to the bus, so I've got to go! Read more
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Dutch National Military Museum: Fokker 27 and Breguet Atlantic

From The Dutched Pinay, Today, Read 0 times. Similar articles

Last winter in December, Dutchman and I visited the newly opened National Military Museum of the Netherlands located in Soesterberg Airbase, Utrecht. It was a very cold, snowy and nostalgic day. It was snowing non-stop the whole day. The museum however was an amazing experience and many of the pieces brought us back in time.Now, not surprisingly, I took a gazillion pictures, so having said that, I first did not know where to start. As you can see, it took me 7 months to get this first... Read more
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A Nice Cup of Coffee at the Springhaver Theatre Cafe in Utrecht

From The Dutched Pinay, Today, Read 0 times. Similar articles

Many years back, when Dutchman and I were much younger and in our 30?s, we would hit up Utrecht Centre for drinks in the weekends. I remember us going to certain bars where there is dancing and hard music going all night long and into the morning. Nowadays, going out after 22:00 is unthinkable for us. Reaching the mid to late 40?s is truly an awakening for us.One thing we now know is that the only constant in life is change. Our tastes and desires will change in the years to come. They have... Read more
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Inheritance Recipes ? Announcing New Monthly Food Blogging Challenge

From Coffee And Vanilla, Today, Read 0 times. Similar articles

New monthly food blogging challenge (with prizes) hosted by Solange of Pebble Soup and us at Coffee & Vanilla. The post Inheritance Recipes – Announcing New Monthly Food Blogging Challenge appeared first on Coffee & Vanilla. Coffee & Vanilla Coffee & Vanilla - crafts, food and adventures... Read more
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kaimi sauce

From Our Adventures in Japan, Today, Read 0 times. Similar articles

While sitting in Tsutaya recently, I overheard an elderly couple talking about kaimi sauce. The woman was saying that the kanji (Chinese characters) for the "kai" was "ayashii" which means "strange or mysterious" and the other kanji "mi" means "taste or flavor" Since their convo piqued my interest, I used my smartphone to look up what they were talking about. Wow, I had no idea that this sauce Read more
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In the Footsteps of Franz Kafka

From Adventures in the Czech Republic, Yesterday, Read 0 times. Similar articles

This post is a contribution towards the Magic Realism Bloghop 2015 I am organizing on Magic Realism Book Blog. About twenty blogs are taking part and you can find a list of these at the bottom of this post. Last weekend I was travelling back from my home in South Bohemia to my other home in England, when I stopped in Prague overnight. Prague - the city of Kafka's birth and life - is very different now from the one he knew, loved and hated. And yet it is possible to retrace his steps in... Read more
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