For every arrival story, there’s an equally complicated process in deciding when to leave. This month we take a look at the many factors that expats consider before committing to their onward journey.
Tune in to Episode 5: When it’s Time to Go Home.
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Childhood is traditionally filled with summers playing with cousins, and holidays being spoiled by grandparents. For expat parents, however, raising children away from home is a trade off.
Tune in this month to learn about the benefits and challenges of growing up in another country.
We are raising two multicultural children overseas so this topic is near and dear to my heart!
Have you had a fish out of water moment at home? Share your story in the comments section and we may read them in the next episode.
We are two weeks into the new year and hopefully you have plenty of great memories from the holiday season. In episode 3 of Expat Dilemmas, you’ll hear how expats cherish their family traditions and learn to make new ones.
As always, thanks for tuning in. If you have a story you’d like to share with us, on this or any of our past topics, leave a comment below.
Also, if you want to join the conversation about raising children (or spending your youth) overseas, drop us a line and you could be featured in our next episode.
If this is your first time tuning in, check out the first two episodes.
Episode One: All the Single Ladies men and women share the ups and downs of trying to find ‘the one’ while abroad.
Episode Two: Far from Home
callers shared the challenges of dealing with illness abroad.