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Confessions of an Expat: My Biggest Regret

Regrets. It’s such a loaded word, isn’t it? A lot of people say “no regrets”…but let’s face it, there are always things we look back on and say “well, I most likely could have done that differently…” And by “most likely” I mean I probably, definitely should have done it differently. I want to start off by saying that the…

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airplane, airport, frustrating, travel, travel advice

How to Survive Travel Anticipation (Pre Travel Jitters)

We’ve talked before about how to survive the Post Travel Blues, but that travel anticipation…those PRE-travel jitters can make you just as crazy, am I right?! More specifically, that slow-as-molasses, dreadfully annoying week before your trip. Which, coincidentally for me, is this week. I know you know what I’m talking about; you find yourself day-dreaming about your vacation and hoping no…

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immigration, travel, travel advice, traveler, traveller, visa

Expat Guide: Living in A New Country (Without Losing Yourself)

Learning a new language, leaving a career, having to calculate time differences to set up Skype dates with friends and family…that’s what I signed up for when I became an expat. Moving to a new country, I knew those things would change…I was even prepared for some of them. What I never realized was just how difficult it could be…

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Moving Abroad: Life in Austria

Telling us about her BIG move at a young age, Nikoleta shares how she handled the move from her childhood country (Slovakia) to the place she calls her home now, Austria. Nikoleta is an author from the Bonfire Dream. She comes from Slovakia and she moved to Austria at the age of 13. She has learned three new languages during…

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I Love My Selfie-Stick (Stop Judging Me)

An open letter to a fellow traveler, who shared her snap-judgments of us a little too obviously. Dear Traveling Mom of 2;  We don’t know each other, but we do have some things in common. Our paths have crossed recently on a trip to a little village in Belgium. You, your partner and your children were enjoying a visit to…

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