Unsupported by the book publishing establishment, this expat publisher pushed her business idea aside for fifteen years.
Refueling with inspirational video bursts, automatic intel on the Istanbul scene, and a virtual conference about the future of storytelling.
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.
If marriage is the smallest unit of a community, then cross-cultural couples are ambassadors, peace-makers, and change-agents.
Remaining fluent, despite language barriers. Remembering the strength we’ve shown. Freedom to live on our own terms. The ability to integrate other cultures.
What comes after cultural disenfranchisement? After Expat Harem, the book? After expat+HAREM, the community site? A slideshow charting the evolution of a spin-off project, GlobalNicheGlobalniche.net
Name-calling and finding our true neighborhood. Hints for a soundtrack of placelessness. A great new voice exploring the existential anxiety of being people like us.
A former officer in the U.S. Navy-turned expat discovers life design is necessary for expat women as military personnel transitioning to civilian life
Being a foreigner in Mexico and Turkey I had a heightened sense that was a participant in my own life. That didn’t change when I returned to the US.
Not getting hired, promoted, asked to speak, invited to participate? Not getting read, funded, selected, noticed? You’re not being recognized. Here’s how you can change that.
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