Repatriation Blues: Why you might struggle and how to cope with it?   Expats are good at preparing for their next exciting post, whether it’s in Burundi or Boston, Nice or Nigeria. They’ll study the language, learn about the work ethics of doing business, find the best place to live, the best schools for their […]

U.S. President Barack Obama’s words in reaction to Tuesday’s brutal and ruthless attacks in the center Europe’s democracy, in Brussels: “…..what happened today is another reminder that the world must unite. We must be together regardless of nationality, or race, or faith…” This exactly is where the conference Families In Global Transition – FIGT- which […]

Coping with your level of frustration in finding your next career step. A rental leased, shipment arrived, boxes unpacked, family adjusted and accommodated, even the schedules and calendars found their place on the memory board. In other words landed and settled in your new place which will be your hometown for the years to come. […]

The Thesaurus teaches us that the expression “to start from scratch” means the following:’ start at the beginning with no advantage. The scratch line was a stripe across the ground where a race began. Starting from scratch had no advantage against other in that race’.   Reading the explanation of this expression seems to imply […]