As expats, we are no stranger to the digital age. Normalizing technology into our everyday way of life is typical. FaceTime dates. Skype calls. Utilizing video chats through WhatsApp. It's the common way of communication for those of us who live abroad. I might call someone on the fly to ask a simple question, but […]
Are you living abroad and stuck in quarantine? Whether self-prescribed or government mandated, it can make you looney after awhile...especially with kids in the house. The current situation around the globe has kept us at home, here in Germany. It goes deeper for us, though, because we've had to make the unfortunate decision to cancel […]
Everyone has their reasons for crossing a border for a few years, but there are permanent long-term effects a short-lived stay will have on you. We've made two international moves in the past four years, and I'm here to tell you...make sure you have deep discussions covering these topics before you jet off. How These […]
As I've said before, traveling is the lifeblood of living abroad. No matter what continent you have been plopped on, it's absolutely worth it to save the funds to get out there and explore! No brainer, you guys...no brainer. Some folks who live abroad are blessed with an exceptional "expat package" making travel easier on […]
Ever heard of "Bali Belly?" I have. And would like to personally never experience it. We've had wonderful experiences in Indonesia without any stomach issues. All hail the miracle product! In fact, I have a good friend who had a 12-hour return flight home from Bali. Within 30 minutes of being in the air, she […]
Traveling is the life blood to the expat experience, and Girls Love Travel will enrich your adventures abroad.
I failed. I've been driving for 20 years, and I failed the theory (written) test. Obtaining this piece of paper is only ONE piece of the soul-sucking process that is...being able to legally drive in Germany. And guess what? Not only did I fail once. I failed THREE times. Ugh! It was a MASSIVE learning […]
Ooooooo Emmmm Geeeeeee...The Dreaded Question If I had a dollar for every time someone asked, "How Long Are You Staying in Germany?" I do believe we could retire at the ripe, old age of 35. I don't know. I honestly don't. Our first international experience evoked an immediate, rapid response. Two years. That's it. Conversation […]