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8 Sep at 9 AM

Indian Expat Living in Australia - Interview with Harsh

Harsh is an Indian expat living in Australia. He is founder of Aussian - a unique blog that provides useful tips and information on moving to Australia. Based on his experience, he knew that it's a huge lifestyle change and people are fraught with so many questions when moving to a new country. Aussian aims to help them by providing...
4 Nov at 9 AM

Swiss Expat Living in Australia - Interview with Sandra

A Momma's View is about a Swiss now living on the big island of Australia and writing about her journey as a homeschooling mother, a wife, a woman, an expat and her thoughts about life in general. Sandra's expat blog is called A Momma's View (see listing here) Uluru from aboveHere's the interview with Sandra... Where are you originally...
21 Jan at 9 AM

British Expat Living in Australia - Interview with Nicola

Nicola is an expat living in Melbourne and the proud mum of a cheeky three year old daughter India. She is the author of blog Upside Down which provides interesting articles on the emotional ups and down of being an expat. Nicola works in marketing and in her spare time, aside from general slave duties to her daughter, loves to write, run, do...
18 Aug at 11 AM

Canadian Expat Living in Australia - Interview with Rita

Rita is a writer, blogger and crafter. She's a French Canadian woman, born and raised in Montréal, with a Lebanese background. She speaks French and Arabic and is now learning Italian. She practiced in Canada as a criminal lawyer for four years until a trip to Italy in 2006 changed her life. She moved to Melbourne and she completed a Post...
24 Jul at 2 PM

Italian Expat Living in Australia - Interview with Mrs Bingles

Mrs. Bingles is a wife, a mother of three children under 7 and an expat since 2004. She has lived in the UK for 6 years where she taught MFL in a secondary school; she then moved to the Netherlands where she became a stay at home mom (SAHM) looking after her beautiful two daughters. After two years she moved with her family and their newborn...
2 Jul at 9 AM

American Expat Living in Australia - Interview with Tracey

Tracey is a native Texan who is branching out to explore the wide world. She began her travel by going to Canada at 15, it was on to Sweden, England (twice), and Mexico all before 30. It wasnt until 2013 that she decided to try living overseas. Her first "permanent" overseas assignment is Australia and this is that story. Tracey's expat...
31 Mar at 10 AM

British Expat Living in Australia - Expat Interview with Ruth

Ruth is a 30 year old Scottish woman, currently living in Hobart, Tasmania with her husband and young son. She started blogging in 2011 - while she was still living in Edinburgh - to keep her brain ticking over during life as a stay-at-home parent. She is an interested but amateur photographer, a green-leaning campaigner, and a shockingly bad...
6 Feb at 5 PM

US Expat Living in Sydney, Australia - Interview with Lauren

Lauren is a former Seattle-ite now living happily as a Sydney-sider. She has a Bachelors Degree in Neurobiology from the University of Washington and once worked as a research assistant at several biotech startups. Lauren is now the owner and curator of Sydney Moving Guide where she helps others relocate to Sydney, Australia. She loves...
23 Aug at 9 AM

American Expat Living in Australia, Interview With Christie

Christie is a freelance writer, Spanish teacher, and lover of British literature who moved to Melbourne, Australia with her Canadian husband and four children three years ago. When she is not providing chauffeur services to one of her multiple offspring, you can mostly likely find her enjoying a flat white in one of Melbourne's many...
12 Jul at 9 AM

British Expat Living in Sydney, Interview With Sumaya

Sumaya is an expat from the United Kingdom currently working as a Client Services Manager in Sydney. She enjoys travelling, reading biographies, watching documentaries, food, photography and experiencing new and adventurous things. She aspires to do anything and everything worth doing in her time abroad. In her opinion, life is indeed too...
1 Apr at 9 AM

Expat Interview With Nene - Wales to Brisbane, Australia

Nene is an English-born, raised-in-Wales baby boomer who, together with her husband of twenty years, packed up her kids, said goodbye to family and friends and headed down under to start a new life, in July 2002. The past ten and a half years have been an amazing ride; Nene's children have grown up and are scattered around Australia living...
13 Mar at 9 AM

British Expat Living in Australia - Interview With Russell

Russell is a British expat and writer living in Sydney by the ocean, who lived in Canada by mountains and snow, and now writes about his search for a different way of life on his blog, In Search of a Life Less Ordinary (see listing here). Russell left England in 2003 in pursuit of less stress, more emphasis on the great outdoors, and for a...
18 Feb at 9 AM

US Expat Living in Australia - Interview With Alex

Alex is a southern girl from the United States who just moved to Australia a few months ago. Having spent all her life in the US, she decided to tag along when her boyfriend was transferred to out in the "middle of nowhere" Australia with the attitude of "Why not? It will be an adventure". She writes about exploring her new world and each...
11 Jan at 9 AM

From Ireland to Western Australia - Expat Interview With Claire

Claire is a mother to five kids, a trailing spouse to her husband, and when she gets the time, a freelance writer. Having spent many years dreaming of a life abroad, she got her chance in 2008 when her husband was offered a job in Abu Dhabi. They lived in the sand pit for three years, before heading off again, this time to Western Australia,...
2 Dec at 3 PM

American Expat In Australia - Expat Interview With Katie

Despite getting stung by a bluebottle within a week of living in Sydney, Katie Dundas has found Australia to be a beautiful, welcoming country. After living the past few years in the UK, the hot sunny days are a welcome change, the jellyfish not so much. Her slightly strange blog, (see listing here), is her attempt to chronicle the (mis)...
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