What is professional identity? How do we find it and maintain it? How do we bring it around in our multiple moves? A few days ago I led a group coaching session for the participants of my online course to build a portable career. I shared my insights on professional identity. I always like to start my […]
To celebrate the first 13 years of life of Expatclic, we have organised a silent auction to raise funds for our beloved website and all of its satellite projects, including ExpatWomen at Work. Look how generously the community of ExpatWomen at Work has contributed to the success of the silent auction. Many of you might […]
Liliana Navarra is an Italian “non tourist guide” in Lisbon. Read this beautiful interview to find out how she managed to build a thriving business based on her true passions. You can listen to Liliana’s podcast in Italian here. When and why did you move to Portugal? Destiny took me here 14 years ago as a […]
At ExpatWomen at Work we like to offer concrete help to our members whenever possible. This time the occasion was my birthday, which I chose to celebrate in London. I invited Laura, an Italian biodanza teacher in London and member of ExpatWomen at Work, to give a biodanza session for my birthday. It was an opportunity for […]
Delphine Boileau-Terrien is the founder of the Femmes & Hommes de challenges method. She has helped hundreds of women all over the world to transition in a new career by launching their enterprise. She currently lives in Belgium after more than ten years abroad, in China and the United States.
I recently had the pleasure to be interviewed by Dominika Miernik, for her The Expat Career and Lifestyle section on http://dmcoaching.eu. Dominika is Polish and currently lives in Italy, after a decade of wandering in Europe. She is a Career and Business strategist, psychologist and coach. I hope this interview will motivate you to visit […]
Since we are currently focusing on tourist guides in the world, we are glad to introduce the story of Jacobien, a Dutch lady who moved to Jerusalem, where she became a tourist guide. You can read an interview with Jacobien here. Jacobien followed her Israeli husband to Jerusalem 18 years ago.
On 27th March, on a beautiful sunny day in Paris, a group of Italian women of the community of Expatclic.com met at Pause Poussette. We wanted to get to know each other, but also to give Claudia Mattana a chance to introduce her new project, Pilates Mama. Claudia is a member of ExpatWomen at […]
Living abroad can give you a lot of free-lance work opportunities. Read how Mercedes, a Spanish living in Milan, Italy, has shaped a very eclectic career in her host country. I am Spanish, 56 years old, and I have been living in Milan for 27 years. Lately, I had to find a way to […]