Description In Meet the Expats you will hear stories from expats all over the world as they share their motivations, challenges and unique experiences in the new place they have decided to call home, for a few years, months or a lifetime. And with "Paris by phone", her debut picture book with Benjamin Chaud, Pamela takes us through this dream of Paris, as Josephine, a little girl travels through the city via her magic phone, and experiences Paris like a real Parisian.
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We discuss the parenting differences she noticed with the US, from food to sleep and social benefits. In this episode we discuss: The benefits and challenges of being a digital nomad, Sondre shares his tips to stay organised when freelancing and working remote What safetywing provides individuals and companies How the pandemic is changing the face of not only work but of cities. Meet Thomas, An englishman who moved to Hamburg twice! After getting frustrated with the slow pace of government change, he quit his job, and moved to Berlin to start freelancing and embraced the freedom!
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With an early passion for travel, he passed his Toefl exam to be able to exlpore the world and is now teaching english in South Korea. In Meet the Expats you will hear stories from expats all over the world as they share their motivations, challenges and unique experiences in the new place they have decided to call home, for a few years, months or a lifetime.
SafetyWing was then born with the aim of building a global social safety net. In this episode he tells us how he lived the move as a nine year old how as an adult he decided to Paris's growing tech scene the differences he has noticed in the french startup ecosystem vs San Francisco's Sillicon Valley and how to build your network in Paris Having spent the past 3 years in the 18th arrondissement of Paris, here is his 18th arr.
Meet Linda, Serial repatriate, and serial expat she has lived in Tokyo, London Abu Dhabi and reptatriated a few times back to Chicago where she is now living. And so, while still studying and living at her parents, having never left home, she took on a loan to make her move happen and enjoy good conditions there without having the stress of making ends meet. Meet Marcie, Serial expat and tag along wife, as she tells us how she followed her husband through Asia and Paris with just as many repatriations to LA as moves.
He tells us: How he approached his move differently the 2nd time, How learning German helped tremendously to integrate, How InnoGames helped him settle in How he now feels home and wants to get involved in local community by having a vote that counts therefore he went on and got his german citizenship, as well as the Irish one more as a backup for Brexit. Plus how she has dealt with these multiple repatriations, that she treats as a new task, what is the Reverse Culture Shock and how to deal with it.
From making new friends, and dating, to kids and looking for a new job, these expats will share how they got through the challenges of moving their lives to a new country, their top secret addresses and favorite spots we all wish we had when we settled into a new city.
It was here he discovered the lack of a safety net for online remote workers. After a few years in Doha, and Dubai she has now cummulated 14 years in the Middle East!
Now that companies are moving fully remote long term, who hasn't thought about moving to somewhere new? Meet Kyle, Who moved to Paris when he was 9, and 20 years later made the move there again, on his terms. In this episode, she tells us about her initial fears of this snobby and cold city, in some aspects, versus the romantic place fantacised by most americans who see Paris as their escape city.
Born as a hobby, InnoGames today has a team of employees from more than 30 nations who share the passion of creating unique games that players across the globe enjoy for years. In this episode she tells us what she has learned from her different moves and what changed in her approach to every new move.