Category: Stories

Some songs to remember

The end of the school year is the toughest time for expats or internationally living families. To the usual change of class the change due to friends moving abroad is the one that affects us the most. We begin early to build a R.A.F.T. and say goodbye over […]

German? Really?

It’s been a while that I wanted to publish something about the fact that being a German expat is not very flattering. I’ve spent several years, trying to avoid being categorized like German and the fact that I’ve never lived in Germany makes it very difficult for me […]

One year expatsincebirth

Yes, today is my blogs’ first anniversary! It’s been exactly a year since I published my first post and I have to say that I really enjoyed writing every single post. I’ve started blogging one year ago because I had written about many topics just “for me” and […]

Schellen-Ursli or a Bell for Ursli

Schellen-Ursli is a Swiss classic story for children about a Spring celebration in Engadine in Switzerland. His original name is Uorsin and the author of this Romansch-Swiss picture-book is Selina Chönz and the illustrations are made by the famous Swiss painter Alois Carigiet. It is a story in rhyme […]

La Befana vien di notte…

In Italy today they celebrate la Befana. It is the Festa dell’Epifania: Epifania (Epiphany in English) is a Latin word with Greek origins and means either the Feast of the Epiphany (January 6) or “manifestation (of the divinity).” There are several legends about the Befana. 1) Following one […]

The parable of the cracked pot

Today I received a mail with the parable about the cracked pot from a very lovely person and I would like to share it with you. Related articles We’re All Cracked Pots! (laughlady.wordpress.com) A Parable (melaniejeanjuneau.wordpress.com) Hope, Encouragement and the Parable of the Cracked Pot Part 1, Part […]

International Day of Multilingualism

#multilingualisnormal - 27th March 2019

Language Migration Happiness

Welcome to the official website of the research project on language, migration, and well-being funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG) and hosted by the University of Duisburg-Essen.

Language on the Move

Multilingualism, Intercultural communication, Consumerism, Globalization, Gender & Identity, Migration & Social Justice, Language & Tourism

drsharongalor

An expat psychologist living in Holland

Attila Ovari

Loving Life and Inspiring Others

Happy Sensitive Kids

For parents, carers & teachers of highly sensitive children and highly sensitive parents

3c5min

cultuur - culinair - curieus

The Museum Times

Bringing you the very best in museums globally

TCKDating

Third Culture Kid Dating; adults who have spent their developmental years outside their parent's culture

Wine and Cheese (Doodles)

Salty observations about life, love, and living abroad

MinimalismusFamilie

Einfach.Familie.Leben

Prepped & Loaded

College planning without the anxiety

Two Kids Plus Dad

A Blog about a father and his two kids

Introspectively Me

Introspection, musings on life, family and HR.

Find True Love

How to Meet the Love of your Dreams

bambangpriantono

I am a language, travelling, and culture lover from Indonesia . I love reading, traveling, photographing, writing and of course blogging. This is all about Indonesia especially my surroundings. You are the most welcome to visit and explore here.