The sociopolitical climate in the U.S. has finally come to a proverbial and literal head. With racial tension brewing at every corner of the country many African Americans are feeling more disenfranchised than ever before. Not only has the recent death of George Floyd resulted in nationwide protests, it is causing many African Americans to … Continue reading Is African Repatriation the Solution for Disenfranchised African Americans?
When I first embarked upon my expat adventures, I had no plans of returning to the U.S. My goal was to perpetually live abroad though I wasn't married to any particular country during that time. I simply loved the thrill that I got from exploring different parts of the world and I knew that international … Continue reading 4 Ways COVID-19 Has Given Me a Deeper Appreciation for My Expat Journeys
As I was preparing to write this post my mind went back to the many wonderful adventures that I had as an expat educator. These are experiences that I would not have exchanged for anything in the world during that period of my life. The opportunity to work in a foreign country has many advantages … Continue reading COVID-19 Preparedness for Expat Workers