Angloinfo World: Expat Life brings together topical issues which have an impact on any aspect of expat life and living abroad.

Because our editors are all expats or have been in the past, we’re familiar with the joys, opportunities and challenges of living overseas. Using our wide network of news sources, subject experts and our own expat experiences, we aim to bring you regular and reliable blog posts – some directly relevant to you – others, hopefully, just interesting.

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What do you miss the most from “back home”?

Missing things is a hot topic with expats. How about you? Here’s a whole range of weird, wonderful and unexpected (plus a few expected) things that expats around […]

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How to have the greatest, and safest, gap year ever

Read these ten tips to prepare you, or your child, for the unknown gap road ahead…Gazillions – that’s lots, but no one knows exactly how many – of […]

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Discovering the best expat career…do quizzes really help?

Here’s a look at career tests, their background, a resource with 11 different tests and why sometimes you should, and should not, take them seriously… Discovering which career […]

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Sensuous pleasures, achingly cool art and other great expat tips

This month we have an art, literacy, festival and entertainment theme going on at Angloinfo. So, spurred on by yesterday’s International Museum Day (18 May) and this weekend’s […]

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How to explore a European museum in the dark

“Art washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life” – Pablo Picasso This month at Angloinfo we are celebrating global art, literature, festivals and entertainment in […]

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10 things to remember about the French Riviera

So much has, and continues to be, written about the French Riviera that it might seem difficult to “discover” anything new. However, it’s also easy to forget just […]

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What IS the best way to educate your expat children?

Today, 15 May, is International Day of Families. The United Nation’s International Days are great for focusing the mind on key issues around the world, and today the […]

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Where to say the unspeakable in a safe space

Finding a place to speak your mind about a culture that’s new to you, and why that is related to a museum near you… Life as an expat […]

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10 things to know before you move to the Algarve

The Algarve has become one of the hottest tourist destinations, but why would you want to move there? Luckily, local expat Nicola Jones has put together a list […]

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Which country needs your work skills the most?

If you want to move overseas to work, it makes sense to go where your skills are needed. We look at recent LinkedIn and World Economic Forum reports […]

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