Work Abroad Blogs

Accepting the job was one thing, getting to Coober Pedy was another. 
As a traveller returning home, you have to learn how to balance your past with your present. 
This holiday weekend, I'm reflecting on what I miss most about my home and native land. 
Here’s how I dealt with getting the dreaded illness in Thailand.
The truth about maintaining long-distance friendships.
Being an ESL teacher in Novosibirsk means working with students of all ages.
What does it really look like when you decide to move overseas?
Casting directors, agencies, production companies and theatres. You name it, I researched it.
Roadblocks that I've encountered re-establishing my life abroad. 
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