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Every Wednesday we talk about second passports, offshore gold vaults, asset protection, foreign real estate, private international banking, digital privacy & protection, alternative assets and other things from the offshore space you will not find anywhere else! -------------------------- FOLLOW MIKKEL THORUP ONLINE: 🐦Twitter: https://twitter.com/ThorupMikkel 📱 Facebook: https://ExpatMoneyShow.com/Facebook 👋 Join our private Facebook group: http://ExpatMoneyForum.com 💻 Visit our website: htt ...
 
Wanting to live abroad but not sure how to make it a reality? Searching for your next international destination? The Expat Empire Podcast is the podcast for you! Listen to interviews with current and past expats, digital nomads, and travelers to gain the knowledge and confidence to go abroad for your first or your tenth time. Learn more at expatempire.com!
 
Life in Germany, as seen through the eyes of outsiders. Featuring the stories of foreigners who moved to Germany - either temporarily or permanently - and tips and advice for life in Germany. Get an inside view of the joys, the frustrations, and the quirks of adapting to the culture and learning German. New episodes every Wednesday.
 
The Aussie Expat Podcast by Atlas Wealth Management is a podcast for Aussie expats living overseas who want to learn more about managing their finances as an expat. Atlas Wealth Management is a specialist in providing Australian expat financial advice and planning and has been providing these services to Australian expats in over 28 countries
 
The Not Your Average Globetrotter project is an expat podcast for people who want to become an expat or are already expats who are interested in living abroad, moving abroad, “expat life”, and especially for those interested in living in Italy. Because moving abroad (including moving to Italy) can be quite the undertaking, ‘NYAG’ was created to share information and experiences in hopes of helping people to avoid a potentially difficult transition into life abroad as an expatriate regardless ...
 
Life as an international in Denmark, one of the world's most homogenous countries, isn't always easy. In Denmark’s longest-running English-language podcast, Kay Xander Mellish, an American who has lived in Denmark for more than a decade, offers tips for enjoying your time in “the world’s happiest country” plus insights on Danish culture and how to build friendships with Danes.
 
Welcome to Awkward Ranbles. The podcast that shares the random day to day thoughts of two friends trying to live their best lives whilst navigating the unpredictable path of adulthood. Follow their journey each week as our hosts Mandy and Moise delve into topics that range from completely absurd to the most thought provoking.
 
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LIVE Without Borders

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LIVE Without Borders

Stoic Enneagram Coach Sarah Mikutel

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Calling all expats, aspiring expats, and location independent citizens of the world...Freedom is about more than getting on a plane. It’s about becoming the most heroic version of yourself. In addition to insider travel secrets and advice on how to live abroad, this podcast gives you the clarity, focus, and skills you need to create a life that sets your soul on fire. Host Sarah Mikutel is a life coach who traded New York City for a small town in Italy, figured out how to get dual citizenshi ...
 
The definitive podcast about what it's really like to live in Stockholm, Sweden. Told from the perspective of 2 American expats (one who is half Swedish), you'll get to know the amazing, the bizarre and best kept secrets of the capital of Scandinavia. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Life in Chile can be difficult to navigate - especially if you're getting adjusted to living abroad. Join hosts Alisha Lubben and Bethany Francis as they explore and discuss the latest Chilean news, cultural insights, travel, business, politics, sports, and more! Visit www.chiletoday.cl to discover additional content and connect with us on Instagram at @chiletodaynews. You can also reach us directly by sending an email to chiletodaypodcast@gmail.com.
 
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.
 
Profiles in Franceformation is the podcast where we hear from inspiring people who have pursued their dream of moving to France. We learn about why they moved, how they overcame the challenges they faced, and what they love - and hate - about living in France. I hope that hearing their stories can help you to pursue your dreams and maybe, your very own Franceformation.
 
Traveller, cyclist, and expat with over 15 years experience living abroad in six different countries. By no means an expert at bike touring, join me to learn how to get started with bike touring, different hacks, tricks, and techniques you can use to improve your bike touring experience, or just to hear some of their great experiences along the way. A new episode will be released as often as possible, on various topics related to bike touring adventures.
 
International Teacher Podcast is hosted by Greg Lemoine and Matthew Judd. New Episodes are published weekely on Saturdays. Listen to first-hand experiences from across the globe about international schools, certified educators, teaching overseas, and living in other countries as American expatriates. We interview educators all over the world and discuss travel, teaching in their schools, overseas educator job fairs, taking your expat family internationally, expat schools, and much more.
 
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The Bittersweet Life

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The Bittersweet Life

Expat, Repat, Travel, Rome, Seattle, Books, Art, Wonder

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Life doesn't have a script. At least, it doesn't have to. Hosts Katy Sewall and Tiffany Parks explore the challenges and joys of moving abroad and moving home. Whether you’re living overseas, or not — or not yet — join us weekly for unadulterated conversation. Get to know Rome. Laugh at our embarrassments and insights. Most of all, imagine the possibilities for your own life (and meet some famous authors along the way).
 
Living abroad can be an adventure...and as a US Citizen it can be challenging! On the second Tuesday of each month, the American Citizens Abroad (ACA) team dives into an array of issues concerning Americans residing abroad, from managing expat life to finances to culture shock to trailing spouses and everything in-between! Join us as we explore the reality of life as an American living abroad.
 
Running from the law? Looking for a place to retire or simply want to know what it's like to live in another country? Expat Sandwich, hosted by Marty Walker, features an eclectic range of expats sharing the best, the weirdest and the worst of living abroad. Learn more at expatsandwich.com
 
Nomadtopia Radio features interviews with people all over the world who have created their ideal lifestyle through location independence, long-term travel, living abroad, and more. Guests run the gamut from serial expats to slow travelers, digital nomads, location-independent entrepreneurs escaping winter, families traveling overland (and homeschooling!), solo backpackers and road-trippers... you name it. Their stories highlight all the different ways to explore the world, live and work on y ...
 
Hidden Paris is a podcast for all lovers and residents of Paris, hosted by British/American expat (reared in Ireland, Italy and the US!) Mariamne Everett. I take you with me on my journey as I discover the hidden and off the beaten track places and aspects of the City of Love. Each episode focuses on the history and background of the place, mixed in with healthy doses of fun conversation. You will also have the opportunity to “meet” people on my broadcast, as the listeners introduce themselv ...
 
I have the fortune of speaking with some brilliant minds who all share the commonality of growing as third culture kids. We discuss how their family culture backstory had an influence on their upbringing, and what role this played in defining their values, passions and perspectives on popular life topics. From the light-hearted discussions around what it's like to grow up in a household with a different culture to the environment around you, to the more serious topics of finding your identit ...
 
The Navigate Podcast with Tim Austin offers personal, insightful and practical conversations designed to take the guesswork out of transitions. In each episode, Tim brings you strategies and tools you can use to effectively navigate seasons of change. Learn how to leverage change towards the growth and development of yourself and your team. Over the last 30 years Tim has enjoyed some combination of the following roles: husband, dad, missionary, pastor and life coach.
 
From 2013 to 2017, Café Seoul was a Korea-based expat-lifestyle podcast. Co-hosted by a duo of expats from North America, each episode dealt with a particular hot-button theme or issue. Café Seoul at that time discussed recent news, answered listener questions, and interviewed interesting people all for the sake of intelligent discussion with a dash of humor.
 
Watching TV shows and films from your childhood for the first time ever. A podcast where guests introduce TV shows and movies from their childhood to a host who has never seen them before. NSFW (mild swearing). French Canadian expat MJ Bourque asks her guests to introduce her to the movies and TV shows of their childhood so she can catch up on the cultural references she missed out on growing up in another language. Every episode we recap the plot of the film/TV show in question, dive into s ...
 
A podcast about subjects that affect people of color (POC) expats in Malaysia—from fun subjects to topics that we may not be all-the-way comfortable talking about. The podcast also features non-POC expats and locals who provide more information about things relevant to the POC expats. Say hi, email hello@otherexpats.com
 
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In this episode of the Expat Empire Podcast, we will be hearing from Stephanie Cook. Steph was born in Germany and started learning English at a young age. She left for the UK for graduate school where she met her husband, and together they moved to London to work. In 2010, they moved with their two daughters to San Francisco, California, for her h…
 
Season 6, Episode 4. In the Travel Germany series, different places across Germany are featured in interviews with expats who relocated there. Today, we learn about Kiel! Jordan Wagner takes us all the way up north near the Danish border to the city of Kiel, a harbor city that is a paradise for boat lovers. Jordan used to think she could never love…
 
Today’s guest on the Expat Money Show is Swen Lorenz, the Founder of Undervalued Shares which serves as an inspiration and research resource for other investors. At just 46 years old, he has 31 years of experience in the stock market. His approach has always been to look at the entire world and pick the best investments for himself and his readers,…
 
This week we talk about the things you didn’t know you needed until you got there. Nikki is all over her new phone cover for her bike (something she didn’t need in the US). What have you needed in one country that became irrevelant in another? A portrait of Ghaddafi to show your allegiance? Winterized tyres in the Middle East? What has been your ha…
 
Descriptions- EXPAT FILES SHOW #1095 SUN, OCT 17 (10-17-21) JOHNNY’S 2021 LATIN AMERICAN “EXPAT INSIDER” SEMINAR HAS BEEN POSTPONED DUE TO BAD SCIENCE AND US GOVT STUPIDITY:The latest Latin American Seminar was scheduled for January 8th thru 14th, 2021. However, since the “usual suspect” Cov-Idiot knuckleheads in government along with talking head …
 
Deep inside the magical rainforest of Indonesia’s Sumatra Island, you’ll find the largest flower in the world. The Corpse Plant, scientifically known as Amorphophallus Titanium, stands up to 20-feet tall, 16-feet across, and weighs hundreds of pounds. It’s also one of the rarest plants on Earth. But what’s most fascinating about this giant creature…
 
As my French Digital Nomad Adventure is coming to an end, in this new episode I’m sharing with you a Livestream recording where I'm talking about Key steps that are helping my next relocation to be smooth and easy. You'll find this episode helpful if you: are planning your next move, find it hard saying goodbye and relocating, feel stressed and fru…
 
We chat with Linda Mueller, a certified life coach and the founder of The Expat Partner Coach, LLC. We discuss life coaching, the different challenges that male expat partners or accompanying spouses experience from women, the different types of expats, what qualities help to make the experience of being an expat partner more rewarding, and why she…
 
This week, we are joined by Richard Dwyer. Richard Dwyer is the Founder & CEO of Flair Gymnastics. He has introduced 10’s of 1000’s of young people to the sport of gymnastics and helped their confidence to sky rocket! Richard combined his gymnastics and acting ability and at the age of 21 became the UK’s youngest accredited stuntman, joining the Br…
 
My guest today is Alex, a language coach with a YouTube channel called ‘French In Plain Sight’. Now, as the name suggests, he coaches French learners, and I'm one of those, but a lot about his approach is relevant to learning pretty much any language. What I find unique about Alex is that he's not native, and his coaching method is really derived f…
 
Who are you when no nation claims you? Millions of stateless people navigate daily life and personal identity unrecognised by any country. They are the literal citizens of nowhere. Show notes [00:00:00] Intro [00:01:42] What is statelessness? [00:04:51] Born in Germany but not German [00:09:48] Turned around at the airport [00:13:31] Creating a sou…
 
One of the most interesting thing about our show is that people are listening at all over the place—and no, we don't mean from all over the globe, although that is also true—but that some of our listeners have been with us from the very beginning and hear each episode as it comes out, some joined late and are binge listening to catch up, some have …
 
Today, David Sargent is going to tell us about his experience moving to France from the US over 15 years ago as the spouse of a French citizen, and his experiences adapting to living and working in France. We’re going to learn about: How his job at a technology company was able to transfer David to France and what type of work contract was needed. …
 
What's it like working in tech in Germany? What do foreigners need to know about finding a tech job in Germany? Yotzín, from Mexico, joins me to answer these questions and discuss his experiences working in the tech field in Germany. We cover the Blue Card visa, changing tech jobs, and understanding the job market. Yotzin on Instagram: @yotzincorte…
 
Netflix's latest viral series, Squid Game, has become a global sensation. But is it really worth the hype? Is it the newest Train to Busan or Parasite, or has the hype been completely overblown? Mandy and Moise give their honest opinions about the show. If you enjoyed this episode, make sure to subscribe, leave a comment, and rate on Apple Podcasts…
 
The guys are joined this week by Jeffrey Scott Brown - owner of Malmö-based South Plains Brewing Company. He talks about his journey from Oakland, California, to becoming a pastry chef in Paris and finally to being a craft brewer in southern Sweden. He also discusses how the craft scene has grown since he started, as well as his flagship beer festi…
 
We discuss: Comparing the Uganda of 50 years ago to what it's like now The lost strong sense of community of Ugandan Asians after leaving Uganda Growing up in a competitive household Learning to play chess with cut up paper pieces and becoming the first female chess champion of her age (Queen's Gambit!) Discovering a love for poetry & writing durin…
 
While second-hand goods are considered poverty markers in many cultures, they’re mainstream in Denmark. The Danes are practical people – why should something be thrown out when it can be used again? And their passion for sustainability means it’s cool to reuse something that already exists instead of manufacturing something new. There is a network …
 
Today we dig into our overflowing mail bag and pull out a few listener letters that have particularly struck us lately. We always appreciate hearing from our listeners, whether with a questions, a comment, or a criticism, so if you are so inclined, drop us a line, you might just have your letter read on air—and discussed at length! ***Save the date…
 
Canadian Etheliya Hananova, from the restaurant Comice, talks about how she ended up recommending wine in her family-owned Michelin-starred restaurant in Paris. Find the restaurant at 31 avenue de Versailles, and explore their website here: https://comice.paris/ To become a Patreon member of The Earful Tower, click here: https://www.patreon.com/the…
 
Life abroad has lead me on a journey I never could have imagined. After 12 years of living abroad, I've found there are fewer and fewer things that I miss from my "old life". But then there are some aspects that I still think about or even miss. Even though moving abroad or even specifically moving to Italy can present many wonderful new things in …
 
Descriptions- EXPAT FILES SHOW #1094 FRI, OCT 15 (10-15-21) JOHNNY’S 2021 LATIN AMERICAN “EXPAT INSIDER” SEMINAR HAS BEEN POSTPONED DUE TO BAD SCIENCE AND US GOVT STUPIDITY:The latest Latin American Seminar was scheduled for January 8th thru 14th, 2021. However, since the “usual suspect” Cov-Idiot knuckleheads in government along with talking head …
 
What's it like to return to the city where you studied abroad? What's it like return 50 years later... and in the company of your former classmates, many you haven't seen for half a century? Today's guests can tell you. For this mini-episode, we're joined by a number of former students who studied abroad in Rome in 1970 and 1971, and have come back…
 
Season 6, Episode 3. Stop me if you've heard this one - a South African, a Filipino, & an American walk into a bakery... Shaun from South Africa moved to Germany 14 years ago and now runs The Germany Experience podcast. Lawin from the Philippines moved to Germany 2 years ago and now runs the Pop Your Cultural Cherry podcast. And your host Nicole mo…
 
Will Buckingham gave me my new favourite word. He's a philosopher so it's only right the word should be Greek. Philoxenia is the word. Love of the foreign. It's that sense of curiosity, desire to connect and good will that make us seek out those we don't know and invite them to share our hearth. It's the cat that runs up to a house guest to smell h…
 
Today’s guest on the Expat Money Show is Chase Warrington, an American expat currently living in Spain with his wife, Allison and their dog, Koda. (and I am told, Yes, Koda has a passport too). He’s the Head of Remote at Doist, a leading remote-first company, and a contributor for some of the top remote-work outlets, such as Remote-how, repeople, F…
 
Our conversation with Annie Sargent is actually broken into two episodes, so be sure to continue listening along to Episode #13 with Annie to hear more about her podcast including: Her recommendations of places to visit within France. How she created a cookbook and tested recipes with the help of her podcast listeners. What types of foods she misse…
 
After learning more about the timeline of all the familiar social platforms, our hosts weigh the pros and cons of social media. From new opportunities, fabricated news, to toxic comment sections, find out why Mandy and Moise aren't too keen to continue living their best social lives online. If you enjoyed this episode, make sure to subscribe, leave…
 
Transition has a way of placing demands on us to be more open and welcoming to change. In order to embrace change, letting go must be part of navigating transition seasons. Join Tim Austin and Dr. Ally Butrous as they discuss the struggle which we must enter into in order to create space for new thoughts and approaches to change. You'll be reminded…
 
This week we talk about the best vaccination for international travel. What’s the most widely accepted? And will there be restrictions on where you can go and what you can do depending on your vaccine? We also talk about getting the cold shoulder when you arrive. Are you going to be welcome when you return home? Are you better off staying away unti…
 
This week German-British comedian Fay Walsh is on the podcast. We discuss her background and growing up in Berlin proper, how she discovered she wanted to be a comedian, how we both deal with depression, and much more. Follow Fay: https://www.instagram.com/okfaybaby Follow me: https://www.instagram.com/ericontheworld…
 
Descriptions- EXPAT FILES SHOW #1094 SUN, OCT 10 (10-10-21): JOHNNY’S 2021 LATIN AMERICAN “EXPAT INSIDER” SEMINAR HAS BEEN POSTPONED DUE TO BAD SCIENCE AND US GOVT STUPIDITY:The latest Latin American Seminar was scheduled for January 8th thru 14th, 2021. However, since the “usual suspect” Cov-Idiot knuckleheads in government along with talking head…
 
You did it! You've landed that amazing job, or maybe you're successfully living abroad in the country you've always dreamed of, or you've published your book, bought your dream home, won a major award in your industry (you fill in the blank). The question is: can you chalk it all up to hard work? Or was there some luck involved? And how much of wha…
 
Recent studies tell us we’re deep in the hard, my friends. 50% of people say their stress levels are through the roof (when many were already struggling to cope). 40% have gained unwanted weight, 25% are drinking more, 2/3 experience disrupted sleep, and 1/3 are battling depression. And the biggest unpleasant surprise? These findings aren’t based o…
 
It’s October, and every year I find myself reflecting—and maybe scratching my head a little bit—about the connection between Columbus and Italian Heritage Month. At first glance, the connection seems obvious enough. But it’s my contention that if we dive a little deeper into this discussion, the relationship gets cloudier. Rick Zullo · Columbus and…
 
Most of our suffering comes from thoughts that we let run wild in our brains. We spend a lot of time each day rehashing different conversations and situations in our mind, and we think that we’re just reviewing facts. But we’re not. We’re reflecting on our own points of view, assuming what others think, worrying about the future, and ruminating abo…
 
Last week I had one set of updates about Covid in New Zealand, and then everything changed a couple days later—and then kept changing. I talk about that first, before talking about some sad news I didn’t mention last week, followed by an update on one of my projects. Be sure to Like the AmeriNZ Facebook Page for all things AmeriNZ. Links for this e…
 
Leaving America for good is a consideration more Americans think about each year. While moving to another country may be more possible than most people think, there are still many details to take into account when moving abroad. Before you can even consider planning out your expat life, it is necessary to lay down some foundational work. Since havi…
 
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