Exile...or? by LShulman

The editor of Matador Life contrasts the urge to keep moving with the condition of exile.

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Expatriate literature may often be stocked in the travel section, but does it deserve a shelf of its own?

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She’s Next 60 second flash interview: problem of global citizenship is a solution for 21st century women

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Moving our bodies makes us all the ways we hope to be alive in the world: focused, calm, vital, flexible and connected to our emotions.

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Watermelon words by dosankodebbie

I’m native in the Japanese language and love the country but it took the folk art Etegami to help bridge the divide.

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Istanbul’s best magic comes to life when we imagine vanished (and vanquished!) architecture, glimpse intrigue (and inspiration) down every alley, and surrender to a storyteller’s shadowy arts.

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“Manners are your passport to the world” say the etiquette queens. Yet, are manners culture blind?

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Post image for What expat bloggers are made of

Expat bloggers flourish when we face a fresh appreciation for who we are, where we come from — and what we’re made of.

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Post image for Getting global derrieres in gear: skills and tools

The world’s widest web is a natural place for global citizens to test and actualize ideas, build community, and even create an unbounded livelihood as entrepreneurs. Tools and support to get you there.

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Post image for Essentials to living an expansive life: what we hold on to

Remaining fluent, despite language barriers. Remembering the strength we’ve shown. Freedom to live on our own terms. The ability to integrate other cultures.

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