Ex-Soviets don’t smile. They’re not being rude, it’s just the body language of their region, writes an Azeri transplanted to a British suburb.
A serial expat reflects on how her expatriatism has changed through place, and over time.
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.
What does it mean to think globally and can we learn how, to sustain the planet? Is culture like clothing? New gathering places for writers abroad.
Sometimes this expat has felt like a duplicitous sell-out for socializing with people she normally would not.
Refueling with inspirational video bursts, automatic intel on the Istanbul scene, and a virtual conference about the future of storytelling.
If marriage is the smallest unit of a community, then cross-cultural couples are ambassadors, peace-makers, and change-agents.
A whimsical pioneer woman peering out from her own personal compass is the muse for GlobalNiche‘s work-life initiative, embodying creative self enterprise for the global soul.
Border disputes never made sense to me. Living all over the world gave me a free floating perception of the world.
When a stamp in her passport reads “Wife not permitted to work”, writing saves the sanity and career of a serial expat
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