The Misconception Of Being An Expatriate

Yes, we are considered as an expatriate family. Just because we relocated to a different country for work, with relocation compensation, we are labelled as expatriates.

Conquering My Hatred Of Driving

I really really really hate driving. Partly it is stem from the fear of the action itself and partly because I’ve been in a car accident twice.

How to Move Out Of Home on a Budget

Turning 18 and can’t wait to move out of your parent’s house? Well, you are not the only one because independence can be quite amazing. However, with independence comes a lot of responsibility. Mistakes to Avoid When Moving Out Since this will be your first time living alone, a lot of things can go wrong….

My Life: Kuala Lumpur vs Singapore

I have relocated from Shanghai to Kuala Lumpur for almost 2 years now. From a small cosmopolitan country Singapore to a major city Shanghai and a buzzing world in Kuala Lumpur. For the past 4 years, it has been nothing short of an adventure. One thing that my friends love to ask me is what…

Relocation Goodbyes

Tomorrow is the day where a very dear friend of mine close her chapter as an expatriate in Kuala Lumpur and relocate back home to Switzerland. Sad as it is, we all know it is the inevitable ending we must face, sometime in the future. Five years ago, I left my country (Singapore), full of…

Temporarily Taking Your Career Abroad: Things to Consider

Moving to another country is often seen as a permanent move. However, it doesn’t always have to mean going to your new forever home. Many people make short-term moves for their career or business. You can spend a while in another country before going home, or perhaps moving on to somewhere else. It can be…