Best Livingabroad podcasts we could find (Updated August 2018)
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Nomadtopia Radio
Nomadtopia Radio features interviews with real people living global lives of freedom and adventure through location independence, long-term travel, living abroad, and more.
As expats, we travel but we aren't ONLY travelers. You won't hear as much about trekking through jungles as you will about trekking through traffic to the market. This is 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 us every other week as we chat with expat women from around the globe who are embracing the joys AND the trials of ta ...
Four Seas One Family focuses exclusively on adjustments to life overseas as an expat, immigrant or migrant. Learn from the 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 appreciate that we all have something to learn from each other.
The Expats
A podcast about living abroad, and experiencing new places through a distinctly Canadian lens.
Expat Women Radio
A platform for Expatriates who are live, study, work or travel abroad. We will discuss how to become an Expat as well as how to maintain life as an Expat.
Expat Real Radio
Upgrade your lifestyle for less by living abroad.
The Red Pill Generation, an audio dose of The Red Pill, helping open the eyes of young men of action, modern conquistadors if you will, everyday. We analyze and share our own experiences on a broad range of subjects like self improvement, starting your own business, passive income, traveling/living abroad, women, sex, relationships, fitness and more. Click to tweet:
Expat Sandwich
Running from the law? Thinking about moving overseas or simply like learning about other cultures? Expat Sandwich, hosted by Marty Walker, features audio portraits of American expats sharing the best, the worst and oddest aspects of living abroad. Learn more at
All about family travel, slow travel, gap year travel and living abroad with kids. Epic Education Radio is interviews, stories and strategies for people who travel with kids— and for those who plan to. Tune in each week to hear inspired family travelers discuss specific destinations and describe how they handle issues like education, money, accommodation, parenting, technology and more. We talk about the gear, websites, apps and other resources we use, and answer questions from those who hav ...
The Tax-Savvy Expat Podcast helps American expats and digital nomads to (i) maximize the tax-reduction (and even tax-elimination) opportunities available by living abroad and (ii) avoid the pitfalls along the way. Stewart Patton, US tax attorney and expat entrepreneur, dives deep on a narrow topic in each episode, clearing away the myths and misconceptions to get to the real meat of the matter.
Mindful Expat is a weekly podcast show designed for those living abroad to provide you with weekly guideposts for emotional wellbeing and resilience in your international life and to help you make the most of your inner and outer journeys. Living abroad presents us with unique challenges, but also equally unique opportunities for personal growth and development. Psychologist and expat counselor, Dana Nelson, Ph.D., shares insights on emotional wellbeing for overseas adventurers and brings yo ...
Zambia BlogTalkRadio's goal is to reach Zambians in the diaspora and consolidate on individual contributions to Zambia. We hope to be a news and resource forum for Zambians living abroad.
Abroaders Podcast
The Abroaders Podcast is about leveraging international travel for explosive personal growth and business development. Each episode is packed with actionable tips and insights on travel hacking, language acquisition, entrepreneurship and living abroad. Travel is not something you do while on vacation; It is an investment in the skills and connections that will give you an advantage for the rest of your life. Join thousands of digital nomads, entrepreneurs, hustlers, globetrotters and world c ...
My Peaceful Family Podcast features an interview with a guest on the topics such as cross cultural marriage, living abroad, and unconventional lifestyle.
This American Stuff
This American Stuff is stuff you should know about this American life that we all have in common. This is a profoundly grotesque podcast experience that is actually downloaded around the world on iTunes or wherever you get your podcasts. Join our hosts Ben and Kade in their weekly wrestling match with This American Stuff.Motto: "America has Hefty™ trash bags for a reason."Likes: Doing and talking about doing American stuff. Completing the American tax form while living abroad. Oklahoma!Disli ...
Welcome to World Journeys, a podcast about travel, living abroad, culture, backpacking and all things travel. We'll be talking travel regularly so please subscribe!
Featured on HGTV's "House Hunters International" (2004 - 2012). To this day no other real estate professional/real estate organization has been featured on "House Hunters International" for 8 consecutive years!=> Go to the "Playlist" tab to see and listen to our many shows!This is the official Podcast Channel for the Compass TV Network & Compass Group International. Here, we will show you how to create the "Ultimate International Lifestyle!" Subscribe and "set yourself FREE!" Live in multipl ...
A 40 y/o perspective on teaching and living abroad
Jon Roberts and Jessica Schultz met while working in South Korea and have been sharing notes on self-improvement, skill development, entrepreneurship, and living abroad ever since. NTL discusses what they’ve learned and goes in depth on how and why we work, live and learn.
The Third Culture Journey explores the elements of culture, travel, and transitioning. It picks the minds of the TCKs who are living abroad or who have readjusted to their home country. Listen in for advice from those who have been there.
Travel Hacks
A travel and errors podcast by Jenni Cullen and Jodi Kraushar, two American English teachers living abroad in Germany. We're ex-pats, not experts.
Tanager Wealth Management helps Americans living abroad with their financial affairs.
Sermons and reflections from a Lutheran couple living abroad in Slovakia.
Burndog's Burnpod
Burndog comments on current events from the perspective of an ESL teacher living abroad.
Conn Williams and Sammy Noodles one Australian living abroad and one Boston native, come together to bring you a podcast that navigates through Pop Culture, Music, Comedy and
A collection of short travel tips, stories and experiences from my first time living abroad.
Chronicles of Ally
Living Abroad. Twin Mom. Young Wife. Crazy Life. These are my stories.
Diamond Lynnette
Pretty much anything especially living abroad and my journey of knowing myself and transitioning back home
A journal of our travels to powerful places and sacred sites, mostly in Europe. There will also be occasional pieces on our life as ex-pats living abroad. Go to for more information.
Nuance Podcast
Dan and Barbara tackle everything from the righteous to the ratchet, in this podcast about identity and living abroad.
Blackburn Roverseas
A weekly digest of everything Blackburn Rovers related - the catch being all content and opinions stemming from an expat living abroad... in the good old US of A.We will preview, review and summarize each and every week of the football season from the first kick off to the final whistle.*PLEASE NOTE - I am no expert, this is merely my opinion. ENJOY!
Foreigners Media is a place for expats, travelers, and explorers alike. After two years of globetrotting, I continue to be excited and surprised by the people I meet and the stories they tell me. These stories and experiences deserve to be documented and shared. I hope you will enjoy learning about people’s experiences living abroad and the many highlights, hardships, trials, and triumphs that are all a part of the foreigner life. Being a foreigner is not always easy, but it is always worth ...
Tribe Chat
Millennial Jews Dana Berman (Israeli) and Joshua Rudley (American) talk about a variety of topics including adulting, dating, living abroad, and getting into random situations.
Foodie Finds Home
A Foodie living abroad, traveling the world, sharing stories, recipes, & inspiration, while learning to make home her favorite place to be.
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Do you know someone that has tried deleting this social media accounts? What about unplugging for a week? We talk about what life would be like without internet and why we are better off with it in our lives.
The Zambian people are protesting the recent social media tax imposed by the PF government. Why is the Zambian people mad.
Tiza Shanzi is the founder and CEO of, the first online travel booking website in Zambia. Before starting, Tiza owned an online retail store which was registered and operated in Canada, dealing in customized wigs and hair extensions, hair accessories and hair products. Having graduated in the Journalism Print Program (Ca ...…
Today’s Mindful Expat Guest is Dani Jauregui! Dani is originally from the Chicago area. While studying at Illinois Wesleyan University in Bloomington, Illinois – majoring in Sociology and Hispanic Studies – she decided to do a semester abroad in Alicante, Spain. After returning to the US to finish her degree, Dani then decided that she wanted t ...…
You don't need a business card to network. Learn from the networking queen how to grow and cultivate your professional and friends network to advance in your career and life.
Elizabeth Sichinga is the Founder & CEO of the African Global Super Center which will be holding it's annual Africa Trade Show in Reading PA, USA. Please join Elizabeth as she discusses the highlights of this year's trade show. In our second part we'll have Rev Erasmus Masuwa from The Zambian Clergy Network International who will be holding the ...…
This episode we welcome Jenna Davis, an incredible sustainable travel blogger and mom to be, on the show this episode. Originally from The Great White North, Toronto, Canada. Jenna has traveled to over 50 nations. She shares with us her overseas life story on an unseasonably hot summer’s day in Europe. Hear how Jenna adapted to unexpected occur ...…
Is volunteering a selfish act? And is that a bad thing? We talk about being a volunteer, managing volunteers, and all the good that comes out of it for both.
- Africa elections integrity -Death Penalty Unacceptable- Pope Francis -Apple US $1 Trillion company -"No matter how lean an elephant might be, its meat will still fill the basket" Africa proverb. -SA Land without compensation - what lessons?
Faith Masupa Kalungia is the Founder & CEO at Mother of Millions Foundation (MoMF) which has been operating since 2013, working in prisons in Zambia to protect the rights of incarcerated women as well as their children incarcerated with them. Within prisons, these children face harsh conditions with no amenities provided to meet even their most ...…
This episode we have someone who honestly looks at the world from not only a realistic, but also a spiritual point of view that in many ways exemplifies basic human characteristics and values. Peter Fogtdal, a humorous Danish author, writer and lecturer, shares with us his unique view of life while living as an immigrant and working in the Unit ...…
Korea with kids — this South Korea travel blog post & podcast will get you ready to buy flights! There are many things to do in Korea with kids...or without them. Surprisingly, travel in South Korea hasn't caught on like it has in Japan and China. But we're here to tell you that Korea is a great place to explore. Read on (and listen in!) for Ko ...…
After getting married and working for a few years, Michelle and her husband joined the Peace Corps and served together for two years in rural Jamaica. They then tested out location independence while slowly building a freelance web services business, keeping expenses low through house sitting, work exchanges, and other unconventional accommodat ...…
Ponies are expensive. We talk about ways to save up for the things you love along with the things you have to deal with.
Obama's unique appeal across the continent makes him a prime candidate in inspiring the young Africans. This morning we analyse some excepts from his recent speech in South Africa.
The Patriotic Front Lusaka Mayor candidate Miles Sampa has won the election, the pomp and hype of this campaign provokes the question: how much influence if any at all does the mayor of Lusaka have on the city development, projects and official business in a centralized government system like Zambia? Join us on our ZBTR round table as we analys ...…
Everest Base Camp Trek Tips The Everest Base Camp Trek: could you do it? Could you conquer it, on your own, independently and with two kids? That's what Ronnie and Any Jones have done. When most people attempt the Everest Base Camp hike, they buy loads of equipment and/or hire a tour company and guides to help them make it happen. Not the Jones ...…
The debate over all dogs being puppies, why we love dogs, and Dana almost gets eaten during her first time dog sitting.
"Suppose someone was to describe a small country that provided free education through university for all of its citizens, transport for school children and free healthcare – including heart surgery – for all. You might suspect that such a country is either phenomenally rich or on the fast track to fiscal crisis." The Guardian…
Cosette Oliver is the Marketing Director at World Finance Group (WFG), she's the Owner and Founder at Hair Braiding by Marie. Cosette has exerted herself after a typical long journey every diaspora resident has to tell having come to the US from her native nation of Ivory Coast. She joins us to discuss the opportunities that present themselves ...…
No one can really ever predict with absolute accuracy the road life will take them. Desires, wishes and dreams may at first just seam to be passing thoughts with no reason to take action to see to completion. This episode we catch up with someone who had a simple desire to one day live abroad. Luckily, in this case, a decision that was made by ...…
Okay Gugu! Voice Technology is amazing and so are the new products coming out that use it. We talk about the current and future uses of Alexa, Siri, and Google along with our thoughts on how to use it.
Charity Mwanza and Grace Situlo are both nurses by profession who partnered to form Parry Building Products, a UK based company which manufctures and distributes quality machinery for building products. The equipment enables the construction of multiple single and multistory structure components utilizing semi-unskilled labour and cost saving p ...…
Overlanding Africa with kids: would you do it? This week's guest just finished an amazing trip through six African countries — all in a Land Rover. If you're interested in what it's like to drive across the African continent, listen in! Overlanding Africa with Kids If you've ever thought about driving across Africa, then this is an interview fo ...…
Chatting with my son The Athlete about what it means to be a military kid today.
A Wing Mensch is the Jewish version of a "wing man" or "wing women." We talk about how having a wing mensch can help in attending singles events and the dating scene.
ZAMBIA and Egypt will soon set up a 1,000 hectare farm in line with Government’s economic diversification agenda.And Acting Minister of Foreign Affairs Godfridah Sumaili has commended Egypt for offering technical support to Zambia in various sectors of the economy. Egyptian Ambassador to Zambia Ahmed Mostafa said the two countries will sign a m ...…
Tarisai Jangara is a Programme Specialist- Communication at the Zambian Governance Foundation which specializes in providing capacity development support recognises that both budding and more developed CSOs have capacity related needs, thus ZGF aims at boosting their effectiveness and expertise within their specific context. Interventions can r ...…
After working remotely for years in his corporate job as a project manager, Doug got laid off. He was lucky to already be building a side hustle with Amazon affiliate sites, which he was able to make his full-time gig. In this episode, we talk about the transition to working for himself, all about affiliate sites, some of his favorite productiv ...…
The way your body feels and is positioned can have a signifigant impact on your mental status and vice verse. We talk about the mind-body connection and our own experiences in using this connection to our advantage.
"You think of water when the well is empty." Ethiopian proverb
No matter where we are in life there will always be challenges and some of them will bring wonderful surprises along with disappointments. Expats, immigrants and migrants will face these facts regardless of where they are. The question at this point is what happens when an overseas experience isn’t going well? What occurs when a foreign nationa ...…
Ashkenazi (European) vs Sephardi (Spanish/Middle Eastern) Jews have different stereotypes attached to them. We talk about these stereotypes from the perspective of both an American and an Israeli along with some debating over the best dishes.
Who was responsible for the safety of young lives exposed to the everyday threat of death at the mine?
Mr Lewis Mwape is Executive Director at the Zambia Council for Social Development whose mission is to promote and facilitate sustainable, socio-economic development through collaboration and networking among Non-governmental Organisations (NGOs), Community Based Organisations (CBOs), partners and other stakeholders. He joins us to discuss the i ...…
Have you ever thought about how to make money doing something you enjoy outside of your regular work? Many people consider the idea of starting a side business but don't know how to get started. Hear how we started a number of succesful side businesses while keeping our day jobs.
Ever wondered how much trade is happening between the Zambian provinces? Forget SADC, forget African Union, just within Zambia. There isn't a direct road between Mongu and Solwezi. It can take up to 17hrs drive for a fisherman from Zambezi plains in Mongu to deliver fish to the lucrative market of Solwezi via Lusaka. If I am not mistaken, that ...…
George Masempela, Author of the book called ‘I Still Call Zambia Home’ was born in Zambia, Africa in a town called Ndola on the Copperbelt. He relocated to Australia in 2004 and studied at TAFE Central pursuing a Diploma in Tourism Management Operations. Currently he is working with the Department of Justice as a Prison Officer at the Eastern G ...…
Trying new foods while traveling is difficult for some adults. It can be even more difficult for kids — especially if they're already picky eaters. Today's episode is all about tips for picky eaters, and the families who travel with them. Do you travel with picky eaters? How do you handle it? Read on, listen in, and add your insight in the comm ...…
This is a brief (and I mean BRIEF) episode about different tools, books, and podcasts that I personally use and find worthwhile to share. To phrase it differently: this is stuff I think is absolutely awesome and you should checkout. What I Recommend: Momentum - Chrome extension Adblocker - Chrome extension Man’s Search For Meaning by Viktor E. ...…
There are many reasons why expats, immigrants and migrants choose to live a life abroad. Some have decided to look abroad to find a missing part of themselves or just to get away from situations that they felt were obstacles or factors limiting their physical, psychological, financial and, in some cases, spiritual or creative development. Many ...…
Multi-tasking is really about being the most productive and efficient that you can. We discuss tips on how we stay productive and what science says about multi-tasking.
*Their politics are too centralised. *They suffer from bad messaging *They lack vibrant surrogates who can articulate the UPND vision for the country *They have to be inclusive, grassroot campaign. *HH is surrounded by politicians, that's where the problem it. *HH has to reintroduce himself to the people of Zambia. *They have very weak communic ...…
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