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Life in Germany, as seen through the eyes of outsiders. Featuring the stories of foreigners who moved to Germany - either temporarily or permanently - and tips and advice for life in Germany. Get an inside view of the joys, the frustrations, and the quirks of adapting to the culture and learning German. New episodes every Wednesday.
 
Taralets Talk is a Filipino podcast that chronicles the joys, heartaches, and rewards of being an immigrant. Hosted by three Pinoy expats. Join Bel, Lennette, and Mark in this seasonal podcast packed with culturally rich tidbits and tips for Filipinos curious about what it's like living abroad. Connect with us: Email: hello@taraletstalk.com Facebook: @taraletstalkpodcast Taralets Talk is sponsored and produced by Disenyo.co LLC
 
Starting and growing your business as an expat will test you to the limit but the rewards can more than compensate. Become a business hero for your customers, your family and of course yourself. But first you have to navigate your fears and concerns, adopt the right mindset, learn from others mistakes, build a supportive network and have a smart plan. Join Alex Congdon, a UK expat in Switzerland, as he interviews expat business entrepreneurs and experts from around the world as they share th ...
 
Have two weeks off this year and thinking of where to go next? I interview locals or expats from around the world. They share what the travel guides sometimes miss for a more local, authentic experience. See Traveltalk.io for more information!
 
In this podcast we interview expats on their experience of living in a different environment and cultural context to their own. Guests are professionals or people with a craft that they are successful in. They also delve into and give us a view of how they navigate their professional lives. We also discuss how they manage to thrive in their personal lives in an uncertain world.
 
On the Newbie Guide to Sweden is your go-to guide for all things related to thriving in Sweden as an expat or immigrant. Whether you've been living in Sweden for 5 minutes or 5 decades, living this close to the North Pole is a big change for anyone. Hosted by Sheona Urquhart Smångs, The Newbie Guide to Sweden Podcast journeys to different corners of this cucumber-shaped potato haven, and showcases fellow 'newbies' who are kicking a$$ in Sweden! If you have moved to Sweden, you will feel righ ...
 
International Teacher Podcast is hosted by Greg Lemoine and Matthew Judd. New Episodes are published bi-weekly on Saturdays. Listen to first-hand experiences from across the globe about international schools, certified educators, teaching overseas, and living in other countries as American expatriates. We interview educators all over the world and discuss travel, teaching in their schools, overseas educator job fairs, taking your expat family internationally, expat schools, and much more. Af ...
 
Love, Joy, and Languages is a Podcast where you can learn about language learning, supporting your children in their language journeys, and overcoming the many challenges faced by adult language learners, parents raising multilingual children, and expat language learners. I sit at the intersection of these three worlds, and I want to share my own journey navigating this crossroads while inviting you to discover your own, unique language learning journey. Music used as intro & outro in this P ...
 
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RaphaCast

Raphael Amorim

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Each episode is a different interview that explores software engineering, expat life, work culture, mental health and other things. Contains episodes in english and portuguese. Find me on Instagram by @ph.ael or Twitter by @raphamorims. Illustration created by Leonardo Carvalho (@itsleodraws on Instagram). Opening song "Slow Burn" by Kevin MacLeod.
 
A podcast dedicated to sharing the travel stories of Malayali's around the world . The stories will be shared as personal memoir as well as travelers Interview As an expat for more that 16 years , i left India at the age of 26 and along the way i was finding my passion in traveling. I am hoping this will help the travel enthusiast to connect and inspire to take their journey from Kerala to the world ലോകമെമ്പാടുമുള്ള മലയാളിയുടെ യാത്രാ കഥകൾ പങ്കിടുന്നതിന് സമർപ്പിച്ച ഒരു പോഡ്‌കാസ്റ്റ്. സ്റ്റോറി ...
 
Intermark company is pleased to present its new project “Intermark Talks – Moscow expat life”. “Intermark Talks – Moscow expat life” is a series of podcasts in which we interview our friends and partners from various organizations that are popular among expats in Moscow, such as international schools, foreign associations, European medical centers and many others. Here we are discussing important topics, asking interesting questions and sharing impressions about Moscow. About us Intermark fo ...
 
The Motherland Connect Podcast takes listeners on a journey of discovering travel, exploration, and freedom through the Black travel experience lens. Every episode is a powerful listening adventure with insights around connecting people across the globe to the black diaspora in authentic ways. You’ll hear interviews and stories from new and seasoned travelers alike, Black ex-pats, Black entrepreneurs and business owners across the world, conscious black travelers, and you’ll learn more about ...
 
A broadcast from different parts of South Africa. We meet various locals and visitors to our shores, mostly from the comedy and entertainment field. Topics are varied and unpredictable, including local goings-on, current world events, and how they impact on South Africa... all discussed by mostly opinionated and not-very-serious guests. (Although we have sent out meeting requests to Nobel Prize winners, but they're all too busy on Twitter to speak to us at the moment. Perhaps one day.) For m ...
 
In "Emily Is Not In Paris: The Podcast”, host Fatima Cadet-Diaby will investigate why and how people move to France and what they do once they get there. Fatima is a native New Yorker who moved to Paris about five years ago on a whim. As each year passes by, she wonders what motivates people to dig roots in France. This podcast hopes to demystify the allure of navigating French society as a foreigner. Through conversations with friends & strangers who have spent a considerable amount of time ...
 
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Good Habits Today

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Good Habits Today

Tomorrow's Good Habits Today

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Business communications. Professional development. Career development. Business English. Business trends. Economics. Presenting. Motivation. Interview prep. Career prep. Executive leadership. Accounting. Finance. Sales. Marketing. Corporate training. Speeches. Facilitating. Cultural intelligence. Emotional intelligence. Story telling. Online conferences. Online forums. Zoom conference. MS Teams conference. Streaming. Editing. Coaching. Consulting.
 
The Offbeat Life Podcast interviews fearless individuals who ditched the norm in order to become Location Independent. We discuss finding purpose, defining moments that led them to change their lives, overcoming setbacks, how they create income from their passions while working online and becoming remote entrepreneurs.
 
Everyone wants to live la dolce vita right? But what is the reality of life in Italy? Join us two British 30 something's documenting and discussing the trials, tribulations and triumphs of living in Italy, attempting to maintain our mental and physical health, exploring the mountains around us, and delving into what makes female friendships so valuable. When it comes to our podcast, no topic is off limits, there is nothing we love more than putting the world to rights (or at least trying to) ...
 
Your British guide to Switzerland: an audio podcast for English speaking expats living in Switzerland and Swiss interested in Britain. Everything expats need to know about finding a job in Switzerland, how to find an apartment in Bern, Geneva or Zurich, how to find friends and get to know Swiss culture, traditions and of course, learn the language. We will try to answer your questions and give you personal insight into what it's like to move from London to Bern. This is not just a view from ...
 
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By George!

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By George!

St George's School - Düsseldorf Rhein-Rhur

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Welcome to By George!, a St George's Düsseldorf student podcast. Filled with news, discussions and interviews about everything St George's and beyond. Brought to you by the students of St. George's, The British International School, Düsseldorf Rhein-Ruhr.
 
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Tribe

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Tribe

Jaimi Gadaix, Amy Martin, Nicki Doerr

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A dreamer, intellectual, and comedienne walk into a bar and magic happens—magic in the form of this refreshing and relatable podcast all about modern family life and the important role that friendships and connections play in our happiness and, let’s face it, in our survival. And while they are not in an actual bar, these three very different American women, Jaimi Gadaix (the dreamer), Amy Martin (the intellectual), and Nicki Doerr (the comedienne), are all a part of the same friendship circ ...
 
Listen in as two expat Americans, Sarah Taylor and Kevin McCarthy, take on the task of telling American audiences what life in Tübingen, Germany is all about. They interview members of the community, discuss local issues, and reflect candidly on life in Germany with its many cultural differences and similarities, realizing that there's so much more they have to learn about this cycling, studying, stocherkahning municipality of the Swabian South that they've called home for the past several y ...
 
The Ugly American Werewolf in London is a weekly podcast about classic rock, hard rock, progressive rock and heavy metal. Hosted by the Wolf, an American expat living in London who misses his record collection more than his friends and family. He and Action Jackson talk each week about bands, albums and concerts they love along with hot topics on rock music. These two friends have an unquenchable thirst for knowledge of rock music and its history. Recorded just off Abbey Road in the heart of ...
 
Travel, productivity and general mucking about... the good life abroad... the tendency to add prefixing letters to the word 'office'... All of these things shouldn't be discussed in any length, and will. Join me as I prance around in foreign countries, interview interesting people and discuss notions related to living and working abroad. All whilst failing to do any justice at all to any of the subjects at hand.
 
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The New Nomad

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The New Nomad

Andrew Jernigan and Allen Koski

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The New Nomad is not just a podcast, it’s a community of people, ideas and spirit. We share that Nomad spirit as Andrew and I have lived the nomad existence, Andrew in locations like Brazil, Ghana and the Netherlands and my travels to more than 70 countries ranging from Estonia, Croatia and Costa Rica and interesting destinations in between. We will be sharing discussions that will help you take full advantage of the cross-border lifestyle. Weekly, we will interview leaders in the cross bord ...
 
More than 600,000 people go missing each year in the United States. Luckily, many missing adults and children are quickly found. But tens of thousands of people remain missing for more than one year, eventually becoming cold cases. This podcast highlights just a few of the missing people in North and South Carolina, and is written and produced by Renee Roberson.
 
Hidden Paris is a podcast for all lovers and residents of Paris, hosted by British/American expat (reared in Ireland, Italy and the US!) Mariamne Everett. I take you with me on my journey as I discover the hidden and off the beaten track places and aspects of the City of Love. Each episode focuses on the history and background of the place, mixed in with healthy doses of fun conversation. You will also have the opportunity to “meet” people on my broadcast, as the listeners introduce themselv ...
 
The English podcast about life with the Dutch. Stories from people who have come to live in the Netherlands and those who are thinking about taking the plunge.Stories to make you laugh, cry, pull your hair out and jump for joy. An uplifting new series of podcasts produced by Andy Clark. Here in Holland has interview podcasts to give you expert info and advice on life in the Netherlands.Here in Holland has story podcasts too - internationals share their stories on life in one of the greatest ...
 
Experienced world traveler, expat and Her Packing List founder, Brooke Schoenman, helps women to pack smarter and travel more confidently. Through interviews with female travelers, and insights from her own adventures, Brooke delves into topics related to packing light, backpacking, long-term travel, budget travel, solo female travel, and travel gear. Listeners will learn all the best tips and tricks for successful packing and travel prep, as well as how to become a savvy explorer on the roa ...
 
"[Listening to] Stories of COVID has been really helpful in reminding me to be ok with the [ups and downs] — literally daily affirmations." - one of our listeners We are living history. Join me in learning what this paradigm shift means in the past, present, and future, for a book for future generations. Veronica Kirin is an anthropologist, author, and entrepreneur who studies paradigm shifts. Her first book, Stories of Elders, documents the high-tech revolution through interviews with those ...
 
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The Bootcast

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Irish Bootstrapper (Eugene Devereux)

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The Bootcast is all about adventure, purpose & mental health. Travel Tales, Adventure Antics and Personal Stories of triumph from guests all around the world. Eugene Devereux, founder of the Irish Bootstrapper brand interviews people on this podcast & video series, with core themes of #MentalHealth, #Adventure and #FindingPurpose. Hopefully you can gain some value from these insights to help you in your own life or at least be entertained. Please leave a review or rating wherever you listen ...
 
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Starting a business in Norway is challenging enough at the best of times. But doing so as an immigrant is a path that's full of uncertainties. Today we’re talking about a gap in Norway’s immigration rules which entrepreneurs can easily fall into and find themselves forced to leave Norway despite having built a life here. Full Show Notes: https://ww…
 
Michael Girdley (@Girdley) is joined by Levi Benkert (@Levijameshere) to talk about Harbor Capital, hiring architects overseas, his real estate endeavors, starting Verde Beef in Ethiopia (& his story with the Prime Minister), fundraising: tricks & techniques, outlook on America’s future, and more. ----- * Do you love The Michael Girdley Show and wa…
 
In the 90s, Oasis took over popular culture and rock music in the UK. As the country moved out of Thatcherism and into a new era of Cool Britainnia, the Gallagher Brothers, Noel & Liam, led the way with their Beatles-esque string of hit singles and albums. However, in the US they never quite got the traction they assumed was inevitable to rule Nort…
 
In this episode, Paula talks about what daily life is like in Thailand. GET THE FULL INTERVIEW WITH PAULA WHERE SHE SHARES HOW SHE TURNED A BACKPACKING TRIP INTO LIFELONG FREEDOM. --------------- Hey Offbeat Family, I really appreciate you listening to this episode. I would love to hear more from you and what you think of the podcast. Remote work r…
 
How well do you know Dubai? To many people, it's a country that you only layover in. But if you ever decide to stay and live there, chances are traveling or working there brings its own sets of challenges. This episode aims to show what it's like living or traveling in Dubai; and what rules you should follow to avoid getting into trouble. Episode h…
 
< __truncato_root__> This week's episode is all about work or anti work! We are answering the question of what we do for work, why we work, how much we work and what work means to us! Britney may have told us all to Work B*tch - but what are you working for? What would you do if you didn't have to work, and would you really be happy if all you had …
 
Anabela George, born in Lisbon and living in California, has traveled to over 75 countries. She's one of those bold, passionate travelers we love talking with on Places I Remember. Anabela has experienced travels at all levels, from being a yachtie on both sailing and motor yachts, to a backpacker riding the rails on top of a train in Ecuador, to b…
 
Today's podcast episode features the amazing David, from "Korean with David". We briefly discuss some of the toxic behaviors of expats, why it's important to try to learn the language of the country you're living in, being biracial, and differentiate several types of Business English. ----------------------------------------------------------------…
 
Matt and Greg discuss traveling through customs and the art of pre-planning a trip. What happened at the DeGaul Airport? And Greg's long story about border crossings on his trip around the North Eastern countries of South America (Venezuela to Trinidad & Tobago, Guyana and Suriname). If you haven't bought Greg's newly printed book "Finding the Righ…
 
In this episode, I sit down with Nina Peacock, a U.S. American expat experiencing acquisition of the community language alongside her children in Japan and now in Germany. She talks about learning Japanese while her children attended Japanese preschool, and then working to keep learning it together when they moved back to the U.S. Nina describes so…
 
In this episode, I speak with Sherry who is a long-term traveler, blogger, and photographer with one goal in mind - to make you wish you were somewhere else. She writes about her travel lifestyle and around the world adventures on Ottsworld.com and her social media channels. She has lived in Vietnam, hiked the Annapurna Circuit with her father, dro…
 
In 1984, MTV was the key to any bands success in the US. The Cars had a stellar debut in 1978 but while they continued to have hit singles, they hadn't been able to live up to the promise of their first album. The went to London to record their fifth album, Heartbeat City, with producer Mutt Lange who was on a hot streak with Highway to Hell, Back …
 
In this episode, Richelle talks about dealing with fears and roadblocks that might keep you away from moving abroad. GET THE FULL INTERVIEW WITH RICHELLE WHERE SHE SHARES HOW SHE HELPS OTHERS CREATE THEIR DREAM LIVES ABROAD. --------------- Hey Offbeat Family, I really appreciate you listening to this episode. I would love to hear more from you and…
 
For Filipinos who grew up in the Philippines, aside from family and food, there are many little things you know you will always be homesick for. You never really appreciate these things until you move overseas and miss them every day. It is easy to take things for granted. We know this feeling so well. Join us in this episode as we share the simple…
 
Michael Girdley (@Girdley) is joined by Steve Ressler (@steveressler), we talk about building the Brydon Group to combine Private Equity with Entrepreneurship through acquisition, the sentiment flip on social media, how much attention should you pay to Social Media, networking & learnings at annual shareholder meetings, and much more. Do you enjoy …
 
Fasten your 3-point seatbelts, we are heading West in today's episode! Göteborg (or Gothenburg) is a brilliant city for so many reasons, mainly because so many wonderful Newbies call it home. In today's episode, we are meeting two of them: Veronica from Cafe Molokini and Vishnu from Volvo Group. We also chat a little bit about Gothenburg's history …
 
Beth comes back on the podcast to discuss how she recently found herself post-pandemic in a world that had shrunk to just her job and her family. While this isn't a bad thing, Beth was lacking a feeling of community. She also discovered that she needs to redefine her identity now that she no longer does the activities that used to define her: volle…
 
In this weeks episode we are revisiting a favourite topic of ours; Culture. And more importantly the differences we have found between the British and Italian cultures , with some other countries thrown in for good measure. All whilst trying to make lives for ourselves in this beautiful country. Living abroad no matter where you choose is never as …
 
The nature of work is changing faster than ever as workers and businesses adapt to economic challenges like public health crises, technological disruption, and climate change. Even though we didn’t expect the future of work to come so quickly, the shift to remote work and the emergence of virtual workplaces are forcing us to adapt to these changes.…
 
In this episode, I share my language learning routine. (SPOILER ALERT: I don't have one!) After seeing so many gorgeous, detailed, color-coded language study routines on social media, I tried creating my own routine, but time after time, something got in the way, and I couldn't get back on track with what I'd planned. I felt like a failure and stru…
 
In this episode, I speak with Jordi who is a freelance travel writer and family travel expert. She's traveled to all 7 continents (including Antarctica at 5 months pregnant) and writes for top outlets like Forbes, Travel + Leisure, Conde Nast Traveler, and more. Listen on to find out how Jordi is able to balance her career and family life as a writ…
 
In today’s episode we are visiting with Julie from California, an empty nester, that tells her story about the freedom found from selling her house and how she is venturing to new locations while still working and deciding on where next? Please download, like, subscribe, rate us or share a review. Please follow us on your favorite podcasts app and …
 
Today I take the time to say congratulations for all of your hard work, learning from your experiences, and making improvements. Then I briefly update what life has been like since the pandemic started. Finally, I address how the increased frequency of virtual calls is driving demands for people to have a higher proficiency in English, leading to o…
 
This episode covers the two disappearances of Kenneth Beasley and Bobby Dunbar that took place in the early 1900s. One case has never been resolved, and the other had a shocking conclusion years later. Please take our listener demographic survey:https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/ZVTWP5LBooks mentioned:The Senator's Son by Charles Oldhamhttps://www.ama…
 
When Saehee, a Korean American, first moved from the States to Germany, she struggled to adjust for many different reasons. This led to her feeling depressed and lonely. But that would all change once she started getting back to what she loves. Listen to the story of how Saehee was able to move herself beyond difficult times with the help of therap…
 
Tom & Zeus have the #1 KISS podcast on the planet in Shout It Out Loudcast. Not only do they have deep knowledge and undeniable passion for KISS but they're also hilarious and we never miss an episode. So this week we had our Pantheon Podcasts brothers on to talk KISS's 1992 album, Revenge. The first without Eric Carr behind the drums, the first fo…
 
In this episode, Jason talks about taking information versus taking action before becoming location independent. GET THE FULL INTERVIEW WITH JASON WHERE HE SHARES ABOUT HOW HE CREATED A COMMUNITY THAT EMBRACES UNIQUE TRAVEL EXPERIENCES. --------------- Hey Offbeat Family, I really appreciate you listening to this episode. I would love to hear more …
 
Taralets Talk interviews Rye Gutierrez, a very grounded Filipino immigrant who's been exposed to different cultures and lived in different countries. Despite being in many places and his long list of accomplishments, Rye stayed humble and loyal to his culture. In this episode, Rye shared his experience living in Cambodia—the good and bad things he …
 
Michael Girdley (@Girdley) is joined by Chris Bakke (@ChrisJBakke) to talk about why hiring is broken, good & bad ways to hire, LinkedIn vs. Twitter: content and audience differences, finding the balance between good content and shitposting on Twitter, www.laskie.com, and much more! ----- * Do you love The Michael Girdley Show and want to see our s…
 
We have been enjoying this topic SO much recently and so we thought it was high time we shared it with our wonderful listeners! In this weeks episode, where we talk all things arsehole (or asshole), what makes someone an arsehole, examples both from reddit and from our own experience of times where perhaps we haven't been our best selves. This epis…
 
,Marie Sutro, who sets her newest crime thriller, Dark Obsession, in the Pacific Northwest, loves the beauty and creativity of Oregon and Washington State. She shares info and memories of the best -- from Portland to Seattle, and all around the spectacular region. We begin the episode talking of Portland and environs, including its creative "weirdn…
 
Moving abroad is a major life event for anyone who is brave enough - and lucky enough - to take the leap. While being an expat is exciting, fun, and eventful, it can also be challenging. From making friends to figuring out where to buy groceries, the difficulties of living in a foreign country can feel insurmountable at times. It is definitely hard…
 
In this episode, I share a recent experience I had when I decided to organize and consolidate two years' worth of Italian notes. I have notes scattered throughout various notebooks, online documents, and miscellaneous sheets of paper. Though I love organization, I had never figured out how to organize my notes as I took them, and going back afterwa…
 
In this episode, I speak with Paula, who is a digital nomad from Portugal. In 2018 she decided to backpack in Southeast Asia for 4 months, a trip that ended up changing her life. She created her blog where she shares information about her adventures that can be useful to other solo travelers. Nowadays she is a remote worker for a Portuguese company…
 
In this episode, I share the 5 Online Gigs You Can Do without Experience I know how it can be difficult to dive into the remote workforce when you feel that you do not have the right skills and experience. These strategies will help you get started right away even as a beginner! You can also watch this episode as a video on our YouTube Channel: htt…
 
Pink Floyd helped create progressive rock music in the 1960s and started out playing clubs in London with elaborate light shows. In the 1970s they became one of the biggest bands in the world with platinum records and record breaking tours. Nick Mason, the only member of Pink Floyd to never leave the group, has convened with some friends to revisit…
 
Moving to a new country is more than just taking in the sights and sounds with wide-eyed wonder. It's about observing your new environment from all angles and getting to know the people and the culture. In this episode, we shared our first hand experience living in the USA and Dubai, discussing things we appreciate in the countries we now call home…
 
Michael Girdley (@Girdley) is joined by Meghan Skornia (@MeghanSkornia) to talk about urban planning, zoning codes, the Great Springs project, affordable housing, why you should live in San Antonio, and much more. ----- * Do you love The Michael Girdley Show and want to see our smiling faces? Subscribe to our Youtube channel. * Do you enjoy our con…
 
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