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  1. Canadian Expat Mom

    Skinny-fat

    Disclaimer: I wrote this in the fall but haven’t got around to posting it until now. Since writing this, December happened. I lived off shortbread and eggnog, followed by tortilla chips and margaritas in Mexico. Things have fluctuated a bit,… The post Skinny-fat appeared first on Canadian Expat Mom. View the full article
  2. Carole Hallett Mobbs

    Different types of international schools

    This is a new post from Expat Child by Carole Hallett Mobbs Expat Child - Moving overseas with children. Relocation advice. Many types of international schools; beating the confusion Before you made up your mind to move overseas, I’m willing to ... Read More The post Different types of international schools appeared first on Expat Child. View the full article
  3. Canadian Expat Mom

    Take Me Anywhere

    French school. They’ve really got things figured out over there! Aside from NEVER having to pack your kid a lunch; my favourite thing had to be the configuration of the school calendar. Every six weeks they have two weeks off.… The post Take Me Anywhere appeared first on Canadian Expat Mom. View the full article
  4. Canadian Expat Mom

    Lisa’s Tin of Sin

    Back when we lived in France there was a lot of people that I wanted to let know I appreciated them at Christmas time. My friends there were like family and of course they needed to be acknowledged but I… The post Lisa’s Tin of Sin appeared first on Canadian Expat Mom. View the full article
  5. Canadian Expat Mom

    The Gift of Experience, It’s Like a Vacation

    Until this past summer, our family’s home base has always been France. Spending all those years travelling in Europe has left its mark on our kids. Their favourite food of all time is gnocchi. It’s not French, but it was… The post The Gift of Experience, It’s Like a Vacation appeared first on Canadian Expat Mom. View the full article
  6. Carole Hallett Mobbs

    A New Adventure: Coaching cards for relocation

    This is a new post from Expat Child by Carole Hallett Mobbs Expat Child - Moving overseas with children. Relocation advice. Relocation is Emotionally Stressful Sarah’s experience of relocation includes moving to Singapore, teaching at an international school, and researching and ... Read More The post A New Adventure: Coaching cards for relocation appeared first on Expat Child. View the full article
  7. Carole Hallett Mobbs

    How to ready your teenager for a lifetime of change

    This is a new post from Expat Child by Carole Hallett Mobbs Expat Child - Moving overseas with children. Relocation advice. How well does your teenager handle change? Perhaps your family relocates to a new city or country. Maybe your child ... Read More The post How to ready your teenager for a lifetime of change appeared first on Expat Child. View the full article
  8. Canadian Expat Mom

    (Embarrassing) Gender Roles

    I consider myself a feminist if I were to put a label on things. But it’s seems a bit ridiculous that there even has to be a word for it. Of course women are equal. Obviously we can do whatever… The post (Embarrassing) Gender Roles appeared first on Canadian Expat Mom. View the full article
  9. Carole Hallett Mobbs

    Focus on the expat family

    This is a new post from Expat Child by Carole Hallett Mobbs Expat Child - Moving overseas with children. Relocation advice. Staying connected with family After moving abroad, everything changes – and sometimes, even family dynamics do, too. After settling in, ... Read More The post Focus on the expat family appeared first on Expat Child. View the full article
  10. Canadian Expat Mom

    Book 6- Why it’s Important

    The Kids Who Travel the World: Indonesia is out for the world to read today! I’ve got my hands on a copy, and you can get yours on Amazon! This book is extra special to me for a few reasons.… The post Book 6- Why it’s Important appeared first on Canadian Expat Mom. View the full article
  11. Canadian Expat Mom

    The Pen-Name…A New Book by WHO???

    Why would someone ever write under a pen name? It’s a bit weird, no? Well, upon further reflection, if a person did it in a lassez faire kinda way, with a humorous inside connection to the pen name, there could… The post The Pen-Name…A New Book by WHO??? appeared first on Canadian Expat Mom. View the full article
  12. Canadian Expat Mom

    Call for Submissions: Life on the Move

    A Call for Submissions!!! No one has stories like expats have stories. Over the years I’ve found myself with cocktail in hand, listening to international friends recount moments of being in a high speed dash to the border of the… The post Call for Submissions: Life on the Move appeared first on Canadian Expat Mom. View the full article
  13. Carole Hallett Mobbs

    How to explain an overseas move to children

    This is a new post from Expat Child by Carole Hallett Mobbs Expat Child - Moving overseas with children. Relocation advice. Helping younger children to maintain well-being in an overseas move Quite often we talk about young children being resilient to change ... Read More The post How to explain an overseas move to children appeared first on Expat Child. View the full article
  14. Canadian Expat Mom

    The French Connection

    Ever have a place that feels like home even thought you aren’t from there? By now we all know that for me, that place is France. It was home for awhile, where my babies were born, and our home-base while… The post The French Connection appeared first on Canadian Expat Mom. View the full article
  15. Canadian Expat Mom

    Halloween Around the World

    My kids have spent Halloween in France, when Halloween didn’t exist there yet. By the end of our time in the land of wine and cheese, the holiday was slowly finding its way into the culture, but in a very… The post Halloween Around the World appeared first on Canadian Expat Mom. View the full article
  16. Canadian Expat Mom

    Reality: Pass the Water

    Imagine not doing a single piece of laundry for three years, or never having to put gas in your car because it magically gets washed and detailed daily without you even noticing. Picture coming back from vacation and your suitcase… The post Reality: Pass the Water appeared first on Canadian Expat Mom. View the full article
  17. Carole Hallett Mobbs

    A special Relocation Journal to plan your move

    This is a new post from Expat Child by Carole Hallett Mobbs Expat Child - Moving overseas with children. Relocation advice. Your Relocation Journal – the ultimate moving overseas checklist! Let’s face it – moving house is a tricky experience. Moving ... Read More The post A special Relocation Journal to plan your move appeared first on Expat Child. View the full article
  18. Carole Hallett Mobbs

    Making your life your own as the expat partner

    This is a new post from Expat Child by Carole Hallett Mobbs Expat Child - Moving overseas with children. Relocation advice. Why being proactive is important for the accompanying expat partner Are you an accompanying expat partner or trailing spouse? Or ... Read More The post Making your life your own as the expat partner appeared first on Expat Child. View the full article
  19. This is a new post from Expat Child by Carole Hallett Mobbs Expat Child - Moving overseas with children. Relocation advice. Find a removal company for your move abroad Moving overseas isn’t quite the same as moving house in the same ... Read More The post How to choose a removal company for your international relocation appeared first on Expat Child. View the full article
  20. Carole Hallett Mobbs

    Ten of the best countries for expats

    This is a new post from Expat Child by Carole Hallett Mobbs Expat Child - Moving overseas with children. Relocation advice. Want to move abroad? Where is a good place to go? Making the decision to move to a new country ... Read More The post Ten of the best countries for expats appeared first on Expat Child. View the full article
  21. Canadian Expat Mom

    Moving, again.

    In Congo we talked about buying a new house once we got settled in Canada. The house we bought before we were married was waiting for us in Calgary, and was a great little starter home, but the configuration of… The post Moving, again. appeared first on Canadian Expat Mom. View the full article
  22. Carole Hallett Mobbs

    Five ways to help prepare your child for a move abroad

    This is a new post from Expat Child by Carole Hallett Mobbs Expat Child - Moving overseas with children. Relocation advice. Moving overseas with children – emotional preparation When you’re planning your overseas move and there are children involved, the planning ... Read More The post Five ways to help prepare your child for a move abroad appeared first on Expat Child. View the full article
  23. Canadian Expat Mom

    Heigh-ho, Heigh-ho, It’s Back to Work I go!

    If you’ve been following my stories for awhile, you likely may know that when we left Canada to move abroad, I was an Assistant Principal of an Elementary School in Calgary. I dabbled in the idea of teaching when we… The post Heigh-ho, Heigh-ho, It’s Back to Work I go! appeared first on Canadian Expat Mom. View the full article
  24. Preface It was the first night in our mostly empty house in Canada. ‘Mr. Lisa’ was still in Congo and I had that weird feeling of heavy responsibility of being in a new house, with new sounds and smells, in… The post Reverse Culture Shock and Multiple Personalities appeared first on Canadian Expat Mom. View the full article
  25. Carole Hallett Mobbs

    Transferring money overseas – an infographic

    This is a new post from Expat Child by Carole Hallett Mobbs Expat Child - Moving overseas with children. Relocation advice. International money transfers At some point in every expat’s journey comes the issue of funding and the inevitable question – ... Read More The post Transferring money overseas – an infographic appeared first on Expat Child. View the full article
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