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.
Trying to assimilate to the greeting norms of another culture leaves us bumping heads and stepping on toes.
The editor of Matador Life contrasts the urge to keep moving with the condition of exile.
We’re celebrating a full year of camaraderie among cultural creatives, globally mobile progressives, and explorers of identity.
Families in global transition get together. Now that our digital and physical worlds have meshed, how do we evolve? The problem of nailing universality when you’re too damn exotic.
When an emerging American artist moves to Turkey and starts a family, she navigates new definitions of career and home life.
A virtual network of mothers helps an Irishwoman in Turkey raise her children by the standards she grew up with.
If each tiny, agile step forward is a step away from something else — guaranteed not to be there forever, trustily waiting for our return– we need to consider with extra care where we’re headed and when we choose to go.
A global nomad now back in the USA misses the special status of food.
An Irishwoman weighs the dream of life versus the reality, versus the dream of making it happen nonetheless.
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