Best-of EasyExpat.com 2013: the worst emails received

11 December, 2013 11:38  EasyExpat EasyExpat

Just before Christmas, and to finish this year, we are publishing for the 4th year the EasyExpat Best-off list for the funniest or most bizarre emails we have received in 2013.

We remind you that EasyExpat is a list of city guides for expatriates, host a public forum for the community and free services such as job listing, classifieds, general articles on expatriation (FAQ), directory of expat websites. Apparently some Internet users did not understand it!

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Expat Twitter Round-Up: December 9th, 2013

09 December, 2013 15:57  Erin Erin

Twitter bird on globe Expats are a worldly crew, generally knowledgeable about what is happening around them from local, everyday events to major international news. We have collected the top tweets of the week for expats, travelers, and those interested in the global pulse.

Expat News

@CalculateTravel
Holiday Gift Guide 2013 – The Male Traveller http://www.calculatedtraveller.com/blog/holiday-gift-guide-2013-male-traveller/

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Settling In After The Move to America

04 December, 2013 06:42  Erin Erin

In this series, we have followed a Brit in her quest to become an expat in America. She has recently joined her American husband in Ohio and is continuing to share tips on life abroad. At EasyExpat we try to provide you all the latest and greatest in Expat News and Resources, but sometimes a personal journey can best explain the unique challenges and triumphs involved in moving abroad. Meet Molly and follow along on her adventure in the Move to America.

move to america settling in after the move As I write this, I have been an expat in Ohio, USA for 12 days. 12 days - so everything is still very new, but I thought I would take this opportunity to write how things have gone so far and what to expect if you are about to make a big move to live in America, or another country.
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Expat Twitter Round-Up: December 2nd, 2013

02 December, 2013 16:40  Erin Erin

Twitter bird on globe Expats are a worldly crew, generally knowledgeable about the world around them from local, everyday happenings to major international news. We have collected some of the top tweets of the week for expats, travelers, and those interested in the global pulse.

Expat News

@slate
How the U.S. Media Would Cover Thanksgiving if It Were in Another Country http://www.slate.com/blogs/the_world_/2013/11/27/if_it_happened_there_how_the_u_s_media_would_cover_thanksgiving_if_it_was.html

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6 Things that I wish I had Known Before Becoming an Expat

26 November, 2013 07:07  Erin Erin

Christine 6 Things I Wish I knew Choosing to become an expat is not easy. It is a decision that I did not take lightly but one that I will never regret.  Prior to moving to London, I had only moved countries once, and that was when I moved from the Philippines to Australia when I was 4 years old.

As a child, I remember feeling anxious about my surroundings and confused about the strange language they were speaking. I grew out of that pretty quickly and got used to the Australian way of life. That part of my life is not that much different to how I felt when I decided to leave everything behind to live in London.

Looking back, I wish that I had known 6 things before becoming an expat. It has helped me to understand my journey and I hope that it helps you to understand yours.

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Expat Twitter Round-Up: November 25th, 2013

25 November, 2013 14:26  Erin Erin

Twitter bird on globe

Expats are a worldly crew, generally knowledgeable about the world around them from local, everyday happenings to major international news. We have collected some of the top tweets of the week for expats, travelers, and those interested in the global pulse.

Expat News

@TelegraphExpat
Competitive expat syndrome – My Telegraph http://fw.to/uX2kbDS by @BellaKay

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Expat Twitter Round-Up: November 17th, 2013

18 November, 2013 09:46  Erin Erin

Twitter bird on globe Expats are a worldly crew, generally knowledgeable about the world around them from local, everyday happenings to major international news. We have collected some of the top tweets of the week for expats, travelers, and those interested in the global pulse.

Expat News

@hrmagazine
HR Magazine - London named talent capital of the world http://shar.es/8AXFt

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What's your Stage in the Expat Journey?

13 November, 2013 10:19  Erin Erin

A new post on our service site, Expat-Quotes, identifies the different stages of expat integration. The post, "Where are you in the Expatriate Journey?", lays out the stages:

Pre-departure: I am really doing this? Expat journey

Honeymoon: Vacations never felt like this

Culture Shock: Is this really happening?

Transformation: Finding your groove

Integration: A whole new reality

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Expat Twitter Round-Up: November 11th, 2013

11 November, 2013 15:52  Erin Erin

Twitter bird on globe Expats are a worldly crew, generally knowledgeable about the world around them from local, everyday happenings to major international news. We have collected some of the top tweets of the week for expats, travelers, and those interested in the global pulse.

Expat News

@HuffPostWeird
Literally everyone says "Huh?" http://huff.to/1dVtJAs

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Airports & Immigration for the Move to America

06 November, 2013 08:46  Erin Erin

In this series, we have followed a Brit in her quest to become an expat in America. She has recently joined her American husband in Ohio and is continuing to share tips on life abroad. At EasyExpat we try to provide you all the latest and greatest in Expat News and Resources, but sometimes a personal journey can best explain the unique challenges and triumphs involved in moving abroad. Meet Molly and follow along on her adventure in the Move to America with new posts the first Wednesday of every month.

Move to America airport As of October 4th 2013, I officially became an expat. I finally made the move from UK to USA and can now start my life with my husband after four very long years apart.

In this article, I am going to share what my experiences were of being in the airport and then arriving and going through immigration. I hope it gives anyone contemplating, or just about to make the big move, an idea of what to expect. Not everyone's experiences will be the same, but this is how it went for me …  (More)

   


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