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The Expat Life

Randy Green

Exploring expat lifestyle, experiences, and mindset.

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What to Pack (and What to Leave Behind)

Work continues apace on the revisions of Kon-Tiki 2 as urged by our agent. Some may say that updates about a book describing a drift voyage are not strictly expat-related. I will argue that Torgeir, if not technically an expat, is certainly...

a month ago

Pros and Cons of the Expat Life

Only this week, I communicated with an American expat who has lived in Thailand for ten years - mostly happily. However, he recently relocated again - to Portugal, another expat haven. Some people you just can’t tie down. Indeed, this is ex...

a month ago

Sacrifices and Uncertainties of the Expat Life

In this article, we are revisiting another important step on the path to expatdom. Imagine you are at the point of making that critical go/no-go decision. Inherently, this requires confronting the inconvenient truth that such a major decisi...

a month ago

Breaking News!

For those who have recently joined us - Welcome! - I visited the TEL archives to resurrect an important concept from the early days of the path to expatdom. But first…

2 months ago

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  • Randy Green

    A Midwestern American who hasn’t lived in America for many years, Randy Green personifies what the crooner philosopher Willie Nelson would have had in mind if he sang, “Mamas, don’t let your babies grow up to be expats.”

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