Sometimes just moving abroad isn’t enough – some people want to be completely location-independent, moving around from time to time and going where the wind takes them. If this sounds appealing, you might want to consider the digital nomad lifestyle, which has been increasing in popularity over the past few years.If you don’t want to be a digital nomad but you’re not yet sure where you might want to move to, house sitting in a few different locations might be a good idea.
Speaking of alternative lifestyle choices, if you’re moving to the Philippines, you might want to visit the sea gypsies and other indigenous peoples who live in the archipelago.
If you’re thinking of buying property in Europe, take a look at FC Exchange’s guide to some of the most popular locations and what you’ll get for your money there.
And if you’re an American expat who’s recently arrived in Europe, here are a few of the surprises you might find along the way.
If your main priority is raising a happy expat family, here’s why you might want to move to Sweden.
Wherever you’re moving, the internet will probably be a requirement to one level or another. Take a look at these technology laws you should be aware of before you move to a new country.
Our columnists have been busy this week – June Finnigan talks about the end of 2016 in Chianti, and Kathleen Peddicord discusses some of the best places to buy real estate in 2017.
London is one of the most popular cities in the world. Here’s why entrepreneurs love it so much, and here are some things to think about if you’re considering renting property there.
On the other hand, if you’ve left the UK and moved abroad, here’s what Brexit might mean for your pension.
Several people have shared their experiences of expat life with us this week: Barbara in Dubai; Nichola in Seoul; Dominic in Incheon; and Karen & Allyson in Doha.
If you’re moving to Azerbaijan or the UAE, check out our recommended blogs and social media accounts there before you go.
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