You’re Going to Be Just Fine

What's that you say? You're moving? It's going to be ok. No, no, really, you have to trust me. I know, I know--it's an upheaval, an emotional train-wreck, a logistical, never-ending list of things to get done, each one dependent upon the one above. It's ok. You're going to be just fine. Even if the... Continue Reading →

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The Loneliness of the Long-Term Expat

There are expats who bounce around like global jumping beans, serial movers, making home sweet homes wherever they go. There are one-shot Wandas who live abroad for the turn of an Earthly axis or two before they replant themselves, a year or two of fond (or dismal) anecdotes and lots of  holiday photos to share... Continue Reading →

Valentine’s Day, a Handy Gift Guide for Married People

Dating: Reservations at the super-fancy/can't really afford/won't like the food/you'll figure out how to pay the credit card bill later/restaurant; roses; fancy chocolates dusted with things that shouldn't be on chocolate Engaged: Jewelry, (bonus points if it's heart-shaped); Elizabeth Barrett Browning or Khalil Gibran poetry books; flowers, but not roses; thoughtful cards with sappy messages and... Continue Reading →

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