Monday, December 27, 2010

Expat Women: Best of 2010 Newsletter

Hi Everyone! First of all, Happy Holidays to each of you and thank you so much for your support in 2010. We hope that wherever you are and whatever you are doing this festive season that you are safe, healthy and creating some wonderful end-of-year memories with treasured friends and family members.

Second, for those of you who missed our Expat Women Best of 2010 Newsletter earlier this month (or if you are not subscribed to our main Expat Women newsletters), please find below some of our most popular features this year, as voted by you, our readers. Enjoy!

Success Story

Debbie Travis
Television Star, Producer and Entrepreneur Extraordinaire
Once upon a time, Brit Debbie Travis modeled with celebrity supermodel Gail Elliott. Today, long-term expat Debbie Travis is a household name in Canada, famous for producing and hosting three successful lifestyle television series that now show worldwide...

Success Story
VP Africa Strategic Initiatives, Agility (Kuwait)
Deanne De Vries is a career woman, a traveler and an adventurer. Born and raised in San Jose, California to Dutch parents, she has lived in Belgium, the Netherlands, Kenya, South Africa, the United States, the United Kingdom, Iraq and now Kuwait...

Business Idea
Renée Coppinger
Fashion-lover Renée is a shining example of an expat entrepreneur who has reinvented herself, over and over. From electronics, to fashion, to care giving, to study, to art and then back to fashion, she has set up businesses...

Business Idea
Janine Hall
Janine Hall combined her career skills with her passion for coaching, surfing, yoga and well-being to create Surf Haven Bali, a luxury boutique surf and yoga spa retreat. Her guests experience and adventure of a lifetime and leave recharged and refreshed...

Expat Confession
Expat Women Girlfriend
Help! My husband's job has taken us to a small, remote, island community in the middle of nowhere. The population is just over 1,000 people and the locals resent and bully the foreign community. They even chased an expat off the island who blogged about her time here...

Expat Confession
Expat Women Girlfriend
My husband's new role is very demanding and he is frequently travelling away from home. I am embarrassed to confess that my loneliness has led me to start an affair with my neighbor. I feel extremely guilty about what I am doing and know that this is not right. Ironically, I started the affair to ease my loneliness...

Relocation Decisions
Louise Wiles
Currently over 200 million people worldwide are living abroad... But how do you decide if relocating is right for you? Expat coach Louise Wiles takes us through 8 steps to making the decision that is best for you...

Heather Carreiro
After living abroad, moving back to your home country can be even more of a shock than learning to live in a new country and culture. So much of how we define ourselves while living and working overseas is wrapped up in being an expat...

Job Search
Lois Freeke
Job searching can be a frustrating process, especially if you are an expat trying to find your way abroad and unsure who to approach for that dream job offer. However as a job seeker in today’s digital age…

Kim Seeling Smith
As expats we are forced to reinvent almost every aspect of our lives when we choose to pick up, pack up and pluck ourselves down in another country...

Web Tips
Andrea Martins
Relocated families love the Internet. It feeds their need for information about new destinations and keeps them “connected” with friends and family when their companies transfer them thousands of miles from home. To boost your brand in this market, you need to be online media savvy...

Travel Tips
Susanna Zaraysky
If you consider yourself a master at the travel game, but you are still looking for some new ideas to save money and better navigate travel, read on to learn from Susanna Zaraysky who has lived in nine countries and is the author of Travel Happy, Budget Low...

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Thanks Everyone and all the very best for 2011!
See you again in mid-January. :-)

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