It’s been a busy week here at ExpatFocus. We’ve been interviewing expats from all around the world, and putting together our article titles for next month.
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Our first interview this week was with Sibylle Eschapasse, a Parisian expat who works in the UN’s Counter Terror office in New York. We also interviewed Sasha Conlan, whose company, The Barbie Girls, imports quality meat and fish products into Singapore.Sarah-Jane Butler talked to us about her company, Parental Choice, which helps expat families with their childcare needs.
And finally, we have two Expat Experiences for you this week, in which expats talk about their lives in their new countries. Laura Bronner, who moves around a lot but has recently lived in South Korea, and Daniel Reed, a British expat in Stockholm, share their thoughts.
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This week we welcomed a new columnist to the fold: K. Leslie Delk, an American expat who now lives in Ireland. Her first column talks about how she came to fall in love with the Emerald Isle.
Emmy Petersson tells expats about the six things they need to stop apologising for.
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If you’ve always wanted to chase the sun, take a look at our latest article about five destinations where you can find a constant summer.
And, if you’re looking for an answer to the “Should I save or invest?” question, we have just the thing for you.
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Until next time, have a great week!