A few years ago, I wrote an article, 7 Things I've Learned About Loving a Belgian. The article picked up traction in a way that really surprised me. People's messages and emails came pouring in; strangers took time to share their experiences with me with impressive candor and humor. Shortly after, I invited expat strangers [...]
2020 is the year that so many people are thrilled to see go. I would say I'm also one of those people, but 2020 did bring something to our lives that no other year had before. Looking back on my last 2019 reflection, I'm stunned at the difference one year can make. Here's a quick [...]
It's happened many times: I'm having a drink at a party and small-talking with new people when they ask about where I'm from and where I've been. Inevitably due is a question laced with a hint of concern. They pry politely and it's cute how they almost whisper the question like it's a secret. "Don't...don't [...]
Step inside a 450 year Swiss hamlet with my collection of B&W photos.
This week's #WanderWoman is Helen, a Black expat life in Abu Dhabi. She's traveling like a local and taking on challenges with grace and style. Read her story!
The dance between light and dark is one of the most fundamental - and most intriguing - elements of photography. It’s through the lens of this duality that I will be exploring some of Switzerland’s oldest and most intriguing buildings.
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!
Christine is the creator of Flourish in the Foreign and is using her voice and platform to lift Black expat voices up around the world. She's currently living in Spain and has advice for combating inequality and racism.
Elke never quite connected with the culture in her native Belgium. She always had a love for the US and longed for an experience in the country of her dreams. Here's 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!