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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Expat freelancers: make the most of your money

With the growth of internet and remote working, more and more expats are able to become more flexible with the way they work – many freelancing, as opposed to working […]

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Clever half-term travel tips for expat families

So, you’re into your children’s half term already, but that doesn’t mean you can’t do some quick and clever thinking to get a last-minute deal and keep the […]

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5 New Year Career Resolutions to Drop in February

New Year’s resolutions are great, but they can be onerous too if you “bit off more than you can chew”. It’s OK though to have a NY resolutions […]

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Best places around the world to celebrate Mardi Gras

When I was growing up carnival didn’t feature in my life. Mardi Gras was just that, “Fat Tuesday”, when my Mum used butter, eggs and milk to make […]

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Valentine’s planning tips and tales for expats

If you are a Valentine’s Day fan, join me as I share useful tips and tales to help you make this special day as romantic and loving as […]

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How to choose the best MBA program in Luxembourg to skyrocket your career

The decision to study for an MBA requires a lot of thought and planning and involves a huge investment of time, money and mental energy. So, it’s essential […]

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I’ve got the EHIC Blues! Have you?

The European Health Insurance Card, EHIC, allows EU residents to access medical resources when travelling outside of their EU country of residence… But will it be in place […]

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How to network like a pro (even when you hate doing it)

Networking is an important part of life, whether it’s to make new expat friends, to build your business or to develop your career. If the thought of walking […]

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A guide to emigrating with your pet

Our animal-loving friends at Currency UK have been on the side of expats for almost two decades, which means they’ve learned a thing or two about moving abroad […]

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Fitness routines for expats in a hurry

It’s very easy to fall into the fitness trap of thinking you must spend at least an hour a day working out to make any difference, and then […]

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