How Thanksgiving Reminded Me to be Thankful

A lot of blogs featured “things I feel thankful for” types of posts just before Thanksgiving, which was yesterday here in the US. I didn’t join them because, frankly, I haven’t been feeling I had much to be thankful for recently. However, spending Thanksgiving Day with my husband’s family, and a long phone conversation in […]

Coaching – A Great Resource for Expats

As you navigate the road toward expatriation, you’ll have lots of questions. It’s an exciting, energizing journey, but you’ll also find roadblocks, detours, big boulders in your way, and lots of obstacles. An expat coach can help you prepare for your move, and can help with your adjustment to life in a new country after […]

What Can I Eat Overseas?

And Stay Healthy? I have some concerns about the food supply in my overseas location. How do I find out whether crops are grown with chemical pesticides or whether the cows are pumped full of antibiotics as they are in the US? I don’t want to assume anything. . . [ad#Google Adsense Double] If eating […]

Americans, I Have Some Bad News for You

On June 10, EFAM published an article titled America — the Grim Truth. And grim it was indeed! “Americans, I have some bad news for you,” the article starts. “You have the worst quality of life in the developed world – by a wide margin. “If you had any idea of how people really lived […]