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The biggest challenges I've encountered working as a nanny abroad. 

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Forget souvenirs. Here are the ideas that I'd like to bring with me when I return to the United States. 

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How to find financial balance while working abroad.

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Fitting travel and quality family time into only 21 days of annual leave.

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I never fully grasped how influential Buddhism was in Thailand until I was able to experience life as a teacher here. 

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What my average day working abroad in Siem Reap looks like, from start-to-finish. 

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Learning a new language is one of the advantages of working abroad.

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Tried-and-true advice from one ESL teacher. 

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Long-term adventures can be expensive. Here's how I make it work. 

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If you're thinking about working in Thailand, here's how you can prepare yourself to be the best teacher you can be.

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I believe in fostering communities of travellers. Here's how I do it. 

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Why I decided to work abroad rather than just taking an extended vacation. 
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