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This Global Life | Day 21: Mali

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Hi! I’m Anna. I started my cross cultural life in 2008 with language school in Quebec and then a move to the Republic of Congo. April 15 may remind you of taxes, but it will always remind me of the day I arrived in Mali, where I now live with my husband and three children. […]

This Global Life| Day 19: Ukraine

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Hi, I’m Kim! I’m married to Jed and we have five crazy brave kids. We are the founders of Wide Awake International and live in Ukraine where we serve precious boys and men who live in a rural mental institution in our region. We adopted our oldest son, Vladik, from that institution last summer. Those […]

This Global Life | Day 18: Bosnia

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Pozdrav iz Sarajeva! Cat Norman Tahirović here. I spent my childhood in Nigeria where my parents worked as medical missionaries until the early 2000’s. In true TCK form, I grew up to later try out life in back in the USA, then in China, Czech Republic, and Germany while building a two-pronged career in photography […]

This Global Life | Day 17: Germany

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Hallo! I’m Julie, a Canadian living in southern Germany with my American husband. He’s been living in Germany (due to work) since early 2011, and I’ve been living here since late 2014, after our wedding. When we were younger, we both thought of living abroad, but Germany was not really on our radar, but we’re finding […]

This Global Life | Day 15: Scotland

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Hello! I’m Sophie Dingle and I currently live in Scotland with my husband and baby son. My husband is a professional hockey player in Europe and this is our sixth hockey season as expats (four years in Italy and two in Scotland). We like to think of ourselves as adventurers and explorers in all aspects […]

This Global Life | Day 14: Ireland

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Hi, I’m Karen Huber a freelance writer and editor, perpetual volunteer, and the introverted mother of three extroverted TCKs. Originally from Kansas, USA, I first moved with my family to rural County Meath, Ireland in 2008. Today we live in Dublin where we work with the local church, creative arts and community development.   I enjoy writing […]