Work Abroad

My dog, Louie, was my home in a place away far from home. 
I swore I'd never return to Madrid, but life had other plans for me.
After over a year abroad, my life has changed in lots of little ways. 
Trips for navigating through a terrain fraught with emotion.   
Three questions to help you decide whether to become a digital nomad or a rooted expat.
What I learned working abroad—and how it's changed me. 
What does an average day look like working in an underground town?
As I prepare to start my second year in Japan, I'm looking back on how I've changed. 
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