An Irishwoman weighs the dream of life versus the reality, versus the dream of making it happen nonetheless.
I moved to Switzerland so my husband could advance his career. Overnight, I went from a 28-year-old American career woman to a Swiss Hausfrau.
The quest to achieve our best situation (both micro and macro, that’s our global niche!) — as the creative entrepreneurship of self. Suggestions from career renegades, zen habitues, and life hackers.
“Iranian by birth, French by citizenship and American by residence” is how my grandfather encapsulated 10-year old me. What does that make my daughter?
We’re celebrating a full year of camaraderie among cultural creatives, globally mobile progressives, and explorers of identity.
A Californian’s perception of time changed when she changed cultures.
The Awkward Traveler, Istanbul’s hoppingest back alley, uncomfortable truths about your native people/politics, growing up with Native American history.
People negotiating the ever-shifting space where cultures meet, and a variety of innovative attempts to make our invisible connections with others more tangible.
Some expats are more equal than others. What separates one type of expat from another is the temporariness of the challenges.
When an emerging American artist moves to Turkey and starts a family, she navigates new definitions of career and home life.
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