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A podcast for those who are doing the daily grind in a foreign land (or for those who want to know more about life overseas). If you ARE living abroad, you know the average day is anything but ordinary. Join Alicia, Melissa, and Denise as they chat about learning to embrace the joys AND trials of taking root right where they’ve been planted.
 
Expatriates, you are unique. And you live in a special place, too: Austin. Nobody understands your stories, challenges, successes, and, yes, your stumbles like other expatriates. *Expatriates with amazing tales *Entrepreneurs who have overcome the struggles of starting a business even though they are "outsiders" *Professionals that assist expatriates with their unique problems Join me, Kurt Russell, as we cover everything from "The Big Jump" to "Settling In" and maybe even "Repatriation".
 
This is the story of two brothers who are guest workers in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. One goes off on an adventure, meets a Saudi prince, and ends up dead. The other will stop at nothing to find out why his brother had to die. Accompanied by his wife, he begins a search across three continents for his brother’s killer. His hunt takes him into a trap where he, like his brother before him, becomes caught in the middle of the struggle between the pre-Al Qaeda fundamentalist Saudis and the mor ...
 
Four Seas One Family focuses exclusively on the overseas lifestyles of expats, immigrants and migrants. Listen to insights our host and guests bring that will assist in constructing a clear understanding of how being a global citizen can help people from different backgrounds learn more about themselves and others while at the same time appreciating that we all have a lot more in common than we think.
 
Is it better to marry expatriates? See doctor Farhana's answer !! Many of you ask questions about different problems through comments. I try to answer the important questions. Although it is not possible to answer all questions. So from now on we will try to answer the most important question by video. So that others with you also benefit. Doctor: Farhana If you do not like the podcast for any reason, then you can give dislikes without unnecessary comments. If you like it and do not forget t ...
 
America burnt him out, so he moved to Budapest with his Hungarian wife, 5 year-old son, and his 11 year-old dog Zoltan. Being a lifelong musician, activist, and scholar, Christopher Robin Cox enjoys unscripted conversations, stories, and calling it like he sees it. Burnt Out in Budapest is a no-holds-barred deep dive into all things politics, culture, environment, and music. Frequent guests, as well as themed monologues, you never really know what you are going to get. All the music on the p ...
 
Hear from expat families and experts around the world. Learn how to get visas, make money, find jobs and resettle abroad. Get a behind-the-scenes look at what everyday life with kids is really like in different countries, and get the answers you need to go from day dreaming to international move making... Because life is too short to settle! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Chris Pyak interviews courageous people that have been able to ditch their traditional lives and desk jobs to chase their passions all over the world. The topics covered include travel stories, the best ways to find travel deals, how living in an unconventional way has improved their lives, how they fund their travels, how to make money on the road, and advice for those wanting to ditch their desk as well. 956258
 
Channel the Rage brings to you interviews with Muslim victims of the 'Global War on Terror.' CJ Werleman, a internationally renowned journalist and author, gives voice to those the world chooses to ignore; those who are persecuted, oppressed, and silenced. This is not a podcast for lobbyists, agenda drivers, and spin doctors. This a podcast that gives a microphone to the victims of wrong-headed and self-serving Western foreign policy.
 
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Roger (00:01):In the earliest days, living in the UK, I remember reading a newspaper, the headlines about crew member, detained by police, preflight failing a breath test. And I remember reading those things 30 years ago and thinking well, silly him. That wouldn't happen to me and generally being quite unconcerned about it. But the fact was, I'd st…
 
Amaia, originally from Spain but now living in Düsseldorf, Germany, started the Expats and Spouses Monitor with Dr. Carlos Morales. Their goal: it is a research project that aims to understand the living and working conditions of expatriates and their spouses or partners living in Germany. With this data, they hope to help stakeholders, such as Ger…
 
When an executive is presented with an advanced role at another organization, they have various opportunities they need to compare. The focus shouldn't be on short-term, but long-term wealth creation not overlooking the financial implications of leaving money on the table. What would the new company need to offer to augment what they already have? …
 
Where are all our housekeeping fans? {crickets, crickets} Okay, so house cleaning and home management might not top our list of fun pastimes, but they are a necessary part of this overseas life. Whether you keep a sparkling clean house, or you fall into the “God bless this mess” camp, this episode is for you. Our friend, Sharon, joined us to talk a…
 
This week’s guest, Greg, shares some warmth from the Gulf Coast of Florida. Greg tells us why his microblog is really his first blog, despite his years of experience building and maintaining websites. We talk about whether the notion of a “challenge” is helpful when it comes to maintaining a blogging streak. At the end, we nerd out a bit about Star…
 
When you move to Germany, like with other countries, you might find yourself needing to re-invent yourself due to the language and the culture. For example: if you were funny and outgoing in your home country, you might suddenly feel like you're introverted and "boring" in social situations in Germany. And how do you deal with feeling that you can'…
 
@subversion @statesponsored @fakenews @4s1f This is a spotlight why democratic nations and their citizens must stay vigilant of how their rights and freedoms are being used against them by external forces that disrupt the core that holds their governments and national identities together. Please leave a comment if you have anything you would like t…
 
Tony (00:00):I couldn't imagine how far I had fallen. The truth be told, like, I couldn't imagine it was happening to me. I thought this has gotta be some kind of a weird dream, but, it was no dream that's for sure. You know, in one of the jobs in there too was, was scrubbing the latrines in individual cells. And as I was doing that, you know, scru…
 
Raymond A. Moody Jr, Ph.D., MD is a world-renowned scholar, lecturer, and researcher, and is widely recognized as the leading authority on near-death experiences as he coined the term NDE. He is the bestselling author of many books, including Life After Life, Glimpses of Eternity, The Light Beyond, and Coming Back. Dr. Moody’s work profoundly illum…
 
What is an "expatriate" really? What was your relocation process like? If you did not have a Destination Service Consultant like Anna, it was probably, well... a bit "difficult". Just what is a Destination Service Consultant? What is the first thing you should do before you even start packing? What is the one thing you must do after you arrive? Got…
 
What are common misconceptions that foreigners have about the job application process in Germany? What makes a good CV? What are assessment centers? We try to answer some of these questions in this episode. To do it, I'm joined by Ivan from Bulgaria (and previous guest on the show), who has extensive experience working as an HR consultant in German…
 
Deciding to pack up your life abroad and head back to your home country can be difficult enough, but doing it during the Covid-19 pandemic brings all kinds of extra challenges. Australian journalist, Denee Savoia, recently returned home after four years living and working in Turkey. However, getting herself home certainly hasn’t been straightforwar…
 
When you moved overseas did you have a plan for how long you would stay? Did you imagine you'd be there for a long time, or are you considering staying longer than you originally planned? In this episode we had a conversation with Kim, our friend in Ukraine, about living overseas for the long haul. We talked about our initial plans when we moved ov…
 
Cruising around the internet late one night, I found Ari Asulin's ParadigmThreat.net and was not only impressed with the various themes he pulls together in a fun and epic reconstruction of the human story, but was also taken back to the earlier days of not only the internet but also of conspiracy culture. Where we weren't so entrenched in politics…
 
What are the standard costs of living you can expect in Germany? Do you really need so much insurance in Germany? And why pay the Rundfunkbeitrag if you don't watch German TV? Jen is from Guatemala and is the co-founder of Simple Germany. She joins me to discuss her story, and the cost of living in Germany. As a basis for our discussion, we use her…
 
Expatriates are unique. Austin is unique. We meet the very special people from around the world who have chosen to leave their country and live here, in Austin. Individuals with amazing stories Entrepreneurs who overcame the struggles of starting a business Professionals who help expatriates with The Big Jump and with Settling In Culture. Languages…
 
Depuis l'arrivée des premiers vaccins contre le covid-19, l'espoir est revenu. Partout, les gens se réjouissent d'une possible fin de la pandémie. Vraiment partout ? Non, pas en France ! Les sondages montrent au contraire que la moitié des Français ne veulent pas se faire vacciner. Et quand on y regarde de plus près, on s'aperçoit que cette défianc…
 
In the first new episode for quite some time (I hope there will be more soon) I tell a story that I have been wanting to tell the world for a very long time, something that I experienced almost twenty years ago in the a small Northern California town called Cotati. If you like the story I share here and you would like to hear more stories like this…
 
Our discussion this week is all about TCK friendships. This topic can be a tough one, but it's oh so important for the health and happiness of our kiddos in their life overseas. In this episode we break down the discussion into the Early Years, the Middle Years (aka "The Hay Day of School Age Kids"), and then on into the Tween and Teen Years. We ta…
 
The Podfather himself, Adam Curry, joins THC to talk about the No Agenda Show, subverting censorship, the madness of our times, & most importantly: Podcasting 2.0.Not only was Adam at ground zero for podcasting as we know it, but now he's paving the way to decentralize the podcast index, & implement many new features for both podcasters & listeners…
 
Ras Ben, the great mystic of Philadelphia, returns to THC to talk about the astrological conditions of 2021, the implications of those conditions, how to navigate this time, communications from Star Nation, & a whole lot more.Check out the offerings of his website at rasben.comFollow Ras Ben on Instagram.…
 
The overdue return of Charlie Robinson is here! Last time we talked about his great book, The Octopus Of Global Control. Today we discuss his latest release, The Controlled Demolition of The American Empire, authored with Jeff Berwick of Dollar Vigilante.Definitely hit up Charlie on Twitter while you can, and check out his great podcast, Macro-aggr…
 
Kicking off the new year with a chat with Ana, who lives in Portugal. It’s the third in our unintentional series of visits with microbloggers in that country. Ana talks about why she likes Micro.blog and what she’s learned as a member of the community, including the fact that there are more than a few introverts.…
 
Social mayhem affecting black communities in the United States appears to have reached a breaking point. Many African Americans are searching for the rights and freedoms they felt they never received in the United States and began looking towards their ancestors' lands for corrections and solitude. THANK YOU FOR LISTENING TO THIS EPISODE! If you en…
 
We're chatting about new beginnings (NOT new goals). As expats, we don’t have to wait for a new year to roll around to experience new beginnings. Whether it’s a new location, new language, new schooling choice, or new housing situation every time you return to your passport country — it can bring a roller coaster of feelings. We'll be chatting abou…
 
The Taking Route Community is growing and we are so happy to see more and more women from around the world connecting and encouraging each other as we all learn to thrive right where we are planted. With that growth comes the need to reevaluate what brings life as we juggle connection online and feeding our multitudes of children. So.Many.Children.…
 
Recent updates and changes to the United Arab Emirates’ legal system are set to benefit the millions of expats that call the country home. Law reforms announced in November cover divorce, wills, and local rules around the consumption of alcohol and unmarried couples living together. Alexandra Tribe, lawyer and owner of Expatriate Law, joins me in t…
 
2020 a été une drôle d'année mais pas une année drôle. Dans cet épisode, je partage mon bilan personnel et professionnel : les succès, les échecs, le piano, le polonais, la méditation, Zola, le développement d'innerFrench, le recrutement d'Anna. Et pour finir sur une note optimiste, je vous dis aussi quels sont mes projets pour l'année prochaine. B…
 
The SEGEPADFO charity challenge, where I went up against Nicole of The Expat Cast to see who could raise the most money for a project by Über den Tellerrand, is over. Who won the challenge, and how much we raised, is all in this update episode. Plus: I'll tell you when I'll be back with new episodes. Thank you to everyone who donated! See our video…
 
Closing out the year is the return of one of the soundest sages of Southern California, the great Sofia Smallstorm. She's always had a good handle on health, medicine, consciousness, & the many things in this slice of the pie that one would find most useful in their 2020 navigation. Today, she returns to remind us of what we've forgotten, and schoo…
 
For our last episode of Taking Route Podcast, we’re doing something a little different — a Christmas Special, if you will. This episode is only about ten minutes — but it’s packed full of Christmas goodness. First, we’ll read an expat-friendly rendition of ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas. Then, Melissa will perform a new song she wrote (it’s recor…
 
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