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Welcome to May 2011’s “Flowering” issue.
Hope you’re enjoying the nature in your part of the world, and as you make your mid-year plans, you’re using the playful travel buzzwords bursting out all over: (palidays! set-jetting! buddymoons! frightseeing!)
Those April showers have us blooming too. We’ve got a new video section at the site, with some golden oldies like the Expat Harem editors on NBC’s Today Show with Matt Lauer, a steamy talk with Martin Anthony on The Crossroads, and recent material like my “Evolution of a global niche” slideshow (about how to use an identity crisis to your advantage!) and a talk at Microsoft Turkey for Turkish Women’s International Network last month.*
Hybrid life coach Amna Ahmad shows us how to “decolonize your inner world” with a simple writing exercise, while Rose Deniz grapples with a unique lingo as she leaves her native tongue behind. Sezin Koehler calls for essays about Third Culture retirement issues — a pressing concern for Baby Boomers and adult-onset Third Culture types like many of us.
AROUND THE WORLD & AROUND THE WEB
We’re intrigued by the concept of Trunk, a global culture magazine “in the spirit of a Hemingway novel” which proclaims “there are no foreign lands”, but we can really use the real-life logistics of expat women packed into a just-released book from ExpatWomen.com (download a sample here). Check out author Andrea Martin’s $5,000 launch lottery too.
*BTW, these fresh videos offer a sneak peek into expat+HAREM’s newest initiative — Globalniche.net — a private and practical membership community to learn exactly how to operate professionally and personally independent of traditional limitations. Putting theory into practice. Join us on Facebook and Twitter!
What would you want to learn in our new educational community? Which expert do you want to hear from? Your votes will determine the topic of our first (complimentary) webinar…coming soon!
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