Work Abroad

Travelling for two years means owning only what fits into a few bags. Here’s how to make it happen. 
The results? They might not be what you expect. 
Israel isn't an easy place to live. Yet, I decided to stay. Here's why. 
With two years abroad ahead of us, there was just one snag: A dog named Loki. 
When society told me settle down, I booked a flight. Here’s why you could, too. 
I knew there would be tears shed when I left home. What I didn't expect was the sadness that would accompany saying "so long" to expat life.   
I landed a job immediately after graduation. So why wasn't I happy?
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