Jacquelyn is a single mother from the US who has ventured into expat life with her two year old toddler. She leads a life of professional and personal fulfillment one country at a time. Read her story!
Imagine life in Nice on the French Riviera. What do you see? This week's #WanderWomen talks idyllic and beautiful life in France as well as her newfound love for her home country. Read on!
What does it take for someone to leave everything behind? To move to a new destination with a thousand unknowns, dive headfirst into starting over with a new culture, language, people, cuisine, novelty abound. It might look glamorous at times, but longterm life abroad isn't without hardship or awkward adjustments; it's also full of beautiful [...]
As a travel writer and photographer, last year was heaven for me. I embarked on twelve hotel press trips in seven countries around Europe and Asia. As fantastic as it was, numerous trips to-and-from brand collaborations opened my eyes up to the state of mass travel. This time last year, I was booking trips on [...]
Katrin, a Love and Divorce coach in Brussels gives advice and tips for expat couples who want to make their love last no matter where in the world they end up together. Read on!
One of the most beautiful countries I've ever visited, through my Fujifilm XT-1 27mm lens.
8 weeks into lockdown and a lot of everything and nothing has happened! Plus, 7 quarantine lessons I've come up with. Read on.
As an expat mom, Nina is proof you don't have to slow down. She has three children and has called 10 countries home and and counting. Meet this week's #WanderWomen.
Every week! Stories from expat women living around the world. Raw, honest, inspiring, and beautiful stories.
After seeing photos of famous cities empty and almost deserted as a result of halted travel lately, I couldn't help but think of my favorite reason to travel, the best part of exploring any city. Architecture. Even when people aren't around to fill streets or marvel at impressive landmarks, cities and their architecture remain. Architecture [...]