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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.
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Welcome to "We are here, too," an insightful podcast exploring the ebbs and flows of life abroad and its profound impact on mental health. Join me, a counsellor with two decades of experience outside my homeland, Italy, and a background in counselling and psychotherapy, as I share stories of life abroad. Whether you consider yourself a migrant, an expatriate, a foreigner, a digital nomad or a wandering soul, embark on a journey of self-discovery while gaining valuable insights into the every ...
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A show for expat South Africans and anyone interested in the experiences of those who have made the move overseas. Each episode, we'll hear from South Africans who have left the country to pursue new opportunities, be with loved ones, or simply follow their dreams. We'll explore the challenges and triumphs of life as an expat, and the unique perspective that comes with being a South African abroad. Whether you're an expat yourself or just curious about the expat experience, join us as we del ...
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Mom Bosses Abroad

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We are Moms. We are Bosses. We are living abroad. And in this brand new season of this exciting podcast, we are boosting the Woman-to-woman connection Through deep, intimate conversations to pause, reflect and go beyond the skin-deep And we are here to celebrate YOUR unique journey. No matter how old your business or your babies, OR where you are in the world, you’re not alone. It’s time to go deeper, understand better and lean into more harmony and fun along the way. We are Desiree & Iva An ...
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The Bittersweet Life

Expat, Repat, Travel, Rome, Seattle, Books, Art, Italy, 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).
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Abroad Sense

Candice Chapman

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Making sense of life and living abroad. Whether you're already living abroad or contemplating taking the leap into a new chapter of life, join us as we explore the ins and outs of life abroad. We offer a rich blend of education, interviews, and first-person insights to guide you through different aspects of life beyond your homeland. We will cover the initial spark of considering a move abroad to the challenges and triumphs of building a life and a new home in a foreign land. Learn from othe ...
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In Chasing Countries, host Emily Guerrero reflects on her experience studying abroad at Oxford University in the United Kingdom and explores the impact that living in foreign countries can have on the lives of Americans.
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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 & moving to Portugal) 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 ...
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Study abroad

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We take a peek into the lives of foreign students living in Slovenia. Did they come to party, study or just shake up their everyday lives? What makes these young people tick and what do they think about the country they've come to? Listen to the challenges they face and what they miss from home. Has this experience changed them? Are they considering staying here? Every Monday at 11:25 only on Radio Si. Do you want to share your experience? Just write to pr@radiosi.eu and maybe you are our ne ...
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Welcome to Blaxit Global, a bi-weekly podcast featuring inspiring conversations with trailblazing Black expats who out of fear or frustration, left their country of origin to live out their wildest dreams abroad. The podcast also chronicles the journey of host Chrishan Wright as she prepares to make her Blaxit from the United States. The show delves into topics of Blackness, oppression, cultural transition, economic opportunity, and other issues facing people of the African diaspora. Each ep ...
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Putting queer folks front and center, the Adventure Calls podcasts gives LGBTQ+ folks, their families and allies the inspiration and information you need to move, live and thrive abroad. The podcast includes interviews with experts on relocation, immigration, nomadic and other travel-based lifestyles, international education, finding global queer communities and all the grainy details of actually making a life abroad.
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A Podcast about retiring early, moving abroad, and living what we coined a "Better Second Half of Life." After working hard for over 25 years and raising our family, we retired early at age 50, we sold everything, and moved abroad from North America to begin our "Second Half of Life." We make our base on the beautiful island of Madeira, Portugal. As a healthy and fit, long-married couple who retired at 50 and moved abroad, we talk about all things retirement - from finances, new friends, ret ...
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This is a running podcast for all runners of all levels with the legend Sonia O’Sullivan and comedian Jarlath Regan. Expect conversation and craic around every aspect of athletics and running with the occasional special guest. In lockdown Sonia promised to teach self-confessed coach potato, Jarlath, how to run. 2 years on, they’ve gathered together a community of runners from across the world. Hear about Sonia’s work coaching the elite athletes at Nike HQ in Portland and Jarlath’s ramshackle ...
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The ExpatCast is the podcast where expats share stories about fitting in, standing out, and every mishap on their journey to feeling at home abroad. https://www.theexpatcast.com/
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🇹🇭 Podcast about People in Thailand We keep it simple and discuss 3 MAIN Points: 1. What did you do before Thailand? 2. What brought you to Thailand? 3. What are you doing in Thailand? 🍄 Subscribe to this channel for New Podcasts EVERY TUESDAY 🛥️OUR SPONSOR ▸ 5 STAR MARINE INSTAGRAM | https://www.instagram.com/5starmarinephuket/ ▸ 5 STAR MARINE WEBSITE | https://5starmarinephuket.com/
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Welcome! This is a documentary travel podcast that follows Bob's life as an American Actor, Filmmaker, and Travel Blogger. His journey (so far) includes navigating a global pandemic throughout Europe, surviving a devastating earthquake in Croatia, exploring small town beauty in the Yorkshire area of north England, and living on an island (hammock included!) in the blue waters of the Adriatic Sea. Bob made a huge change, later in his life, to explore Europe and pursue a passion from his young ...
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Straight to the Comments

Straight to the Comments

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Do you find yourself jumping Straight to the Comments only to wonder why online threads are so addictive? Join Lisa and Sarah, two longtime friends, as they dissect online comments, discuss pop culture and examine how it impacts their own lives. Straight to the Comments dives head first into both the comedic value and deeper meaning of gossip and why we can’t get enough. This is Gossip without the Guilt. Hosted by 2 Brits abroad, Lisa Williams, a communications consultant living in Oslo, and ...
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Expat Experts

Marc Alcobé Talló

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Expat Experts (previously Die Ausländer) is an interview podcast where guests from around the world who are currently living or used to live outside of their home land share their experiences as foreigners. On top of that, we discuss and analyse a topics that the guest has experience with and if living abroad changed his expertise on it. 📲 Instagram @expatsexperts_podcast
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Taiwan Talk is here to tell the stories of people living in Taiwan, as well as Taiwanese people living abroad! Every Monday, an ICRT host chats with newsmakers and personalities about Taiwan's culture, lifestyle, business, and arts. Taiwan Talk airs on ICRT FM100 at 8am, and in the evening in the 6pm news hour. -- Hosting provided by SoundOn
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In this podcast, I’m going to chat with the interesting, remarkable, and sometimes downright crazy people I’ve met from my travels and time living abroad. I’ve spent a good part of my adult life traveling, and the last decade living in places like Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Cambodia, Thailand, and the Philippines.During that time, I’ve run into some of the most amazing people you can imagine. This podcast is a forum for me to share their voices, their stories, and give you a glimpse into their l ...
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Welcome to The Irish Podcast, your gateway to the adventures of Cormac and Jane as they navigate life abroad after bidding farewell to Ireland. Join our hosts who, after 2 years of traversing Italy, share weekly insights into travel tips, practical budgets, and the unfiltered experiences of a bartender and a digital nomad living overseas. Nestled in the heart of Florence, this podcast candidly chronicles Cormac and Jane’s journey away from Ireland amidst the rising cost of living. Tune in fo ...
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RealtyCast is your source for all things real estate with unique content curated for property buyers and sellers, real estate agents, and industry professionals alike. Hear from experts on their tips & tricks for buying and selling real estate, taking the next steps to expand your business, gaining citizenship & living abroad, how to make informed decisions in the current real estate market, and some fun home improvement and DIY trends.
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Behold Israel is a non-profit organization led by native Israeli Amir Tsarfati. Our mission is to provide reliable and accurate reporting on developments in Israel and the region. Amir’s live updates and teachings, based on God’s Written Word, sift out the truth on current events amidst global media bias against Israel. Through our website, free app, social media and Amir’s teachings in multiple languages, we are able to reach communities worldwide. His teachings abroad and in the land expla ...
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This podcast aims to give voices to teenagers from conflict zones. Join a Ukrainian fourteen-year-old, Sofiia Yakymenko, as she speaks weekly to teens from conflict zones all over the world about events that divided their lives in Before and After. Are you a teenager from a conflict zone, now living in your home country or abroad and want to be interviewed for the Over the Globe podcast? Contact us at: over.the.globe.join@gmail.com Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/overtheglo ...
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A funeral podcast which dives into all aspects of the funeral industry in New Zealand and abroad. With two qualified funeral directors who care little for the old school mentality of we tell you what you can and cant do, lets leave that to you and we will give you the tools to empower the celebration of a good life!
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A show about my experiences of living abroad in Japan. I have been living in Japan since 2016. Listen in on my adventures, family life and things going on in Japan. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/living-la-vida-in-japan/support
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The Robe Trotting Podcast. Derek and Mike are an American couple living in Copenhagen after moving to Denmark from Philadelphia in 2017. They love to share their reactions to living abroad on their YouTube channel, social media channels, and their podcast, "What Are You Doing in Denmark?". They spare no details about fitting in, and not fitting in as foreigners in Denmark while keeping things light, positive, and often hilarious! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Far Better

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When Paul was in prison he penned Philippians 1:23 which states: “For I am hard-pressed between the two, having a desire to depart and be with Christ, which is far better.” To be with the Lord is far better, and that is exactly what we strive to do in each episode—live our lives in a way that we will be pleasing to God and have an eternity that is far better.
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This is a podcast about people who have left their home country to live abroad or have an abroad experience. There are so many different reasons why we choose to move countries and become an expat and so many interesting stories of amazing people. Having relatable struggles, amazing adventures and new beginnings! Be excited about getting to know great humans with individual experiences. It is about getting to know new cultures, learning about different countries, having compassion and inspir ...
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Welcome to House of Peregrine, a podcast hosted by Mickelle Weber, the Founder & Auteur of House of Peregrine. Mickelle brings together a diverse range of experts, seekers, and fellow Peregrines to delve deep into the multifaceted aspects of living abroad. Through thought-provoking conversations, personal anecdotes, and expert insights, Mickelle and her guests navigate the intricacies of living abroad. They share their wisdom, experiences, and strategies for building meaningful connections, ...
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Presque Parisiennes Podcast

Presque Parisiennes Podcast

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Bonjour tout le monde, Presque Parisiennes Podcast is a show about life and culture in Paris, from the perspectives of two foreigners living here. We are your co-hosts. Dilara, born in Izmir Turkey, who moved to Paris in 2013 for work and is currently living in the 12th arrondissement. Kelly, born in Glasgow Scotland, who moved to Paris in 2017 to open a new chapter in her life and is currently living in Kremlin-Bicêtre. In this podcast, we’ll be talking about everything about Paris and Fran ...
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Welcome to Making a living Unplugged - the podcast! Okay so it doesn't have all bells and whistles of my SiriusXM show but it doesn't come with a subscription fee either. I have heard from so many of you via my Facebook radio page that you appreciate the positive encouragement I deliver on air. Well here it is in purest and simplest form!
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King's Park Sermons Online

King's Park International Church

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King's Park Sermons Online is a production of King’s Park International Church, a multi-ethnic, multi-generational church in Durham, North Carolina. We are passionate about making a difference in our local community, planting churches in our nation and abroad, and reaching the world with the good news of Jesus Christ.
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Moving Abroad is an online podcast about the lifestyles of expats. An expatriate (often shortened to expat) is a term used for retirees and others who have chosen to live outside their native country. If you are an expat and would like to be on a show, please contact me at movingabroadshow at gmail dot com
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The Non-Immigrant Student

The Non-Immigrant Student

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The Non-Immigrant Student podcast is an audio journal of my grad-school (and now Corporate America) journey in the United States of America. It is an inspirational podcast that seeks to encourage and provide guidance to other non-immigrant students across the globe on how to live their best lives while fulfilling their Study/Work Abroad dreams or living far away home! My stories reveal all the lessons I'm learning on this journey, and I honestly believe that ''If I can do it, you can do it t ...
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If You Mark In Your Bible Podcast

If You Mark In Your Bible Podcast

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Our Bibles are workbooks - manuals on how we should live our lives; thus, we should treat it like such. Join Josh and various guests as they study a passage from God's Word - focusing on the lessons learned while marking their Bibles. This podcast is a part of the Scattered Abroad Network (a work of the Memphis School of Preaching).
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I am a traveler, cyclist, expat and teacher with over 15 years experience living abroad in six different countries. As a passionate cyclist I have seen the world by bike and has toured in some truly amazing places, such as Sweden, Germany, Japan, most of SE Asia and of course Canada. During that time, I have traveled to over 40+ countries and met countless travelers, cyclists, and other expats. While traveling by bike, I decided that I wanted to connect the touring and bikepacking community ...
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Sonia's squad of hand-picked listeners head to Cobh after 3 months of training under her guidance. It's a jam packed episode full of the sights and sounds of the race weekend. Massive congratulations to Maria Lennon, Nial McLoughlin, Danny O'Hare, Tom Corcoran, Han & Mary Vanderloo, Joe Maher, Brian Barry, Edel Buckley, Sandra Busteed Ciara Cullen,…
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Seeking a way to build capacity for education abroad? Look no further than this episode, focused on the IDEAS Program’s goals to diversify expand and broaden study abroad through the administration of small grants and the implementation of capacity building initiatives for the U.S. higher education community. Join host Zac Macinnes and Rachel Rice,…
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Cougar, MILF, or even a tragic singleton like 'Bridget Jones', today, we are looking at all the comments used to describe older women when it comes to love and dating. Sam Taylor-Johnson, in the promotion of her new Amy Winehouse film, is facing renewed scrutiny over her marriage to Aaron Taylor-Johnson, who is 23 years her junior. We talk about th…
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Tereré Talks: Part 4. Zoe and Nicole discuss the oddities of getting around in Paraguay. You can walk - but not on the sidewalks. You can drive - but you can't turn left. You can bike - but watch out for the sinkholes disguised as puddles. You can take a bus - but you have to book it in person. You can fly - but the airport shops aren't reliably op…
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In this episode, uncover the fascinating workings of the brain's hidden gem: the Reticular Activating System (RAS). Desiree and Iva share how mothers can harness its power to uplevel various aspects of their lives and parenting like helping you with enhanced focus, achieve goals, and broaden your perspective and entrepreneurial journey without frus…
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Join Michael as he closes out the study of the church at Sardis. Today, he gives the “text takeaways” from the things written to this congregation. Visit our linktree: https://linktr.ee/scatteredabroadnetwork Visit our website, www.scatteredabroad.org, and subscribe to our email list. "Like" and "share" our Facebook page: https:// www.facebook.com/…
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Join Mickelle Weber on this week's episode of the House of Peregrine Podcast, featuring the founder of Every Mother Knows, Angela Fusaro. Delve into Angela's captivating journey and her mission with Every Mother Knows, as she unveils the essence of her purpose and the paramount importance of supporting mothers as they re-enter the workforce post-pa…
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Lyndsay Jensen, the founder and editor of The International, is back in the studio with Annie and Derek to talk about the political changes in how foreigners in Denmark are treated and perceived. She recently spoke at Folkemødet on the needs of internationals living in Denmark and their important place in the Danish economy and society at large. In…
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Psalm 51 is David’s heartfelt plea for forgiveness and cleansing after David's sin with Bathsheba. In this psalm, David acknowledges his transgressions, expresses deep remorse, and seeks God's mercy and restoration. He pleads for a clean heart and a renewed spirit, acknowledging the importance of repentance and the transformative power of God's for…
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We chat with Emery Bowles, who has been moving back and forth between Japan and the US, and the mind behind the site Remote Working. We discuss how his young son handles traveling between the US and Japan, digital nomads and how AI will impact them, and much more! EmeryBowles.com I've been moving back and forth between Japan and the US for years. T…
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Have you ever pondered where you truly belong? This week, I invite you on a heartfelt exploration of 'home' and belonging as we unravel how our sense of place shapes our mental landscape. We will venture through Scottish (and Northern European) folklore, where personal tales of finding comfort in the unfamiliar intertwine with the collective experi…
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Experience the vibrant journey of Heinrich Badenhorst, a seasoned marketing specialist and the visionary director behind NewMadic Media, nestled in the heart of Phuket, Thailand. Born and bred in Pretoria, South Africa, Hans embarked on an exhilarating odyssey after university, immersing himself in diverse cultures through teaching English, fortifi…
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Do you have a good friend; someone who you consider yourself close to and who is impactful on your life, although you’ve never actually met them in person? For me, that person is Ian, who I was connected with a long time ago based on a mutual friend and wild life events (long story). For years now, Ian and I have chatted on Facebook and got to know…
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Christian Pulisic is dragging AC Milan to 2nd place, Haji Wright continues to score goals, Tyler Adams is injured again, a 14 year old American is transferring to Manchester City, and USWNT narrowly escape vs Japan. ⚽ Transform your understanding of soccer analysis to enjoy watching the beautiful game even more! Only $7.99 on Amazon https://amzn.to…
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Join us on Adventure Calls as we traverse the evolving landscape of LGBTQ travel media with industry pioneer Matt Skallerud. Uncover the pivotal intersection of marketing and true queer-friendly destinations, discovering if the places that woo you as a traveler are ready to embrace you as a local. Dive into a compelling conversation that redefines …
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Join Sofiia Yakymenko as she talks to Dmytro Vareniuk, her old friend and a neighbor when they both lived in Ukraine. Listen to this conversation to hear them talking about school holidays in different counties, the Rubik Cube, car models, and playing the piano. Are you a teenager from a conflict zone, now living in your home country or abroad and …
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Would you move across the world to a country without ever having been there? That's what this week's guest did. We sit down with Brie Ripley to talk about her decision to take a 4-year contract with the World Food Program, which meant a relocation to Rome—a city she had never even visited. She talks about the challenges of adjusting to life abroad …
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Tiara Darnell is the Owner and Executive Chef of Blaxicocina, Mexico City's first and only Black-owned Soul Food restaurant. Tiara's culinary journey is deeply rooted in her ancestral traditions and family heritage. Growing up in Prince George's County, Maryland, she learned the art of cooking from the matriarchs of her family, infusing each dish w…
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Jonathan Lin (林沛祥) comes from a family of politicians. But it took the urging of students involved in the Sunflower Movement to entice him to run for a seat in the Legislative Yuan. He tells I-C-R-T's Hope Ngo how that unfolded, and what it means for him to be a freshman lawmaker representing Keelung as part of the opposition KMT.…
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Sundays pose a unique challenge for visitors to Florence, with many places closed, but fear not! Jane and Cormac share their top recommendations for exploring the southern side of the Arno River, ensuring your Sunday in Florence is nothing short of spectacular. Save our Google Maps Guide: https://www.google.com/maps/d/u/0/edit?mid=1mlghDNV-C0C47x3n…
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In the 4th episode of Unpacking Bikepacking I dive into the some of the common issues that gravel bike riders have while taking on various bikepacking adventures, and how to make that gravel bike into the perfect rig for bikepacking. Throughout the episode I look into various things, such as suspension, handlebars, fenders, tire setup, and more. To…
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From the onset of creation, God has desired to dwell among His people. Even after sin entered the world, God graciously provided the means for this to take place. In his message, "The Next Temple", Amir Tsarfati explains how the nature of God's presence with His people has changed throughout the ages. However, understanding these changes sparks new…
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Exploring expat life in Portugal unfolds as a journey filled with contrasts—from its breathtaking sceneries to the rhythm of daily life, presenting both allure and adaptation challenges. The essence of settling in involves more than just scenic views; it's about meshing with the local tempo, which often involves a dance with bureaucracy and finding…
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This coming weekend there is a convergence of events that are putting Israel our highest alert: 1. The last Friday of Ramadan. 2. Lailat al-Qadr - the day the Quran was given - this Friday. 3. Iranian Jerusalem Day - this Friday. 4. The Iranian revenge threats for the attack in Damascus. October 7th was enough to understand that we can no longer ta…
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Tereré Talks: Part 3. White chunky tile flooring, a special pavilion for the barbecue, and an old dude with a gun napping at the end of the street. Welcome to a Paraguayan home! In Paraguay, there are a lot of quirky things about a house, from the confusing but cool electrical outlets to dogs that are kind of pets, kind of security. Nicole and Zoe …
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Tune in for a fascinating discussion on the unique experiences of third culture kids. Iva and Desiree explore the challenges and triumphs of navigating multiple cultures, identities, and belonging, offering insights into the complexities of cross-cultural upbringing. Discover insightful perspectives on how cultural influences shape someone’s life a…
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A year on since we did our "Fatshaming" episode featuring Adele, Rebel Wilson, and Lizzo, we find the three women are once again the centre of attention due to discussions about their weight. With Lizzo announcing she is "quitting" due to body-shaming and Rebel claiming in her new memoir "Rebel Rising" that Adele "hates her" because they were both …
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Annie and Derek are joined this week by Lyndsay Jensen, the founder and editor of The International, an online magazine dedicated to helping foreigners living in Denmark find their way. Lyndsay shares her story of moving to Denmark after growing up as a Brit living in South Africa. You could say she’s been an expat her whole life. After a decade of…
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There was a remnant in Sardis. What a blessing that there were a few that walked worthy among the dead. Join Michael as he continues the study of The Letters to Asia. Visit our linktree: https://linktr.ee/scatteredabroadnetwork Visit our website, www.scatteredabroad.org, and subscribe to our email list. "Like" and "share" our Facebook page: https:/…
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In this episode of House of Peregrine, host Mickelle welcomes Mariska of Mama Dutch, a seasoned traveler and language enthusiast. From her early adventures in the UK, Australia, New Zealand, and Southeast Asia to her time living in Japan, Mariska's international journey has been fueled by a passion for languages and culture. Now, through her busine…
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Psalm 51 is David’s heartfelt plea for forgiveness and cleansing after David's sin with Bathsheba. In this psalm, David acknowledges his transgressions, expresses deep remorse, and seeks God's mercy and restoration. He pleads for a clean heart and a renewed spirit, acknowledging the importance of repentance and the transformative power of God's for…
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It takes a village to do what we do. Yet, as practitioners we often don’t truly consider the faculty perspective when it comes to international education. Join Host Zac Macinnes and Dr. Patricia Sagasti Suppes, Director of Global Engagement and Senior International Officer at Stockton University, for a deep dive into intentional collaboration with …
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This episode is particularly interesting for those who live with their fur babies and would like to move to or travel to Paris, or maybe for those who are interested in adopting one. We’ll talk about things like if Paris is a pet friendly city, how to rent apartments with pets, how to adopt a pet or the cliche of Parisians not picking up their dog …
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It has been fun so far, but it’s time to try something different…. Visit www.abroadsense.com for more information Leave a Message: https://www.speakpipe.com/AbroadSense ----------------------------- Track: African Jungle — Amine Maxwell [Audio Library Release] Music provided by Audio Library Plus Watch: • African Jungle — Amine... Free Download / S…
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An exciting discovery out of Rome has recently rocked the archeological community! We have the details on this week's episode. ------------------------------------- ADVERTISE WITH US: Reach expats, future expats, and travelers all over the world. Send us an email to get the conversation started. BECOME A PATRON: Pledge your monthly support of The B…
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Venla studies home economics. In Finland, it's a subject that's mandatory for both elementary and secondary school students. Students aged between 13 and 15 learn various household tasks and chores, including getting familiar with electricity, furniture care, painting, and more. They also learn the basics of family economics, law, finance, natural …
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This episode is the first of the Special Issue episodes that will go out every ten episodes. In every episode of the Special Issue, an adult who grew up in a conflict zone or had to leave it being a child tells their life story: their fears, hopes, and successes. Join Sofiia Yakymenko as she talks to David Falconer, the founder and executive direct…
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