The other day, I was out hiking with a French friend I’ve known for years, when she dropped a pretty shocking comment…“I don’t really have any expat friends,” she was saying, as we traipsed through the Foret de Rambouillet in the suburbs of Paris. “What about ME!” I cried aloud. “Pfff, you’re already so integrated. […]
Years ago, a Belgian friend dropped a bomb that left me shocked…
Each country has women looking for a guy like you. Someone who is different from the men with whom they grew up. They want to meet someone from a different background, and with a different mindset. Women from 18 countries – including Vietnam, Brazil, and the UK, share why they prefer to date and marry someone of a different nationality…
But how exactly do you choose a Long-Term Partner to match a busy career, particularly when you’re an introvert and you don’t have a lot of time to waste? Here are 5 tips from the Introvert Tennis Player Rafael Nadal and winner of the 2020 French Open on how to Choose Your Wife.
“I worked with people from the U.K. and they always greeted me with, “You alright?” I kept wondering if it looks like something is wrong with me until I eventually figured out it was just their way of saying hello!” – Cara Amewotowu
Back when I’d first moved to Europe, I was pretty sure I was going to become a photographer. So I bought a DSLR, made my family pose for hundreds of photographs, and spent hours playing around on LightRoom, trying in vain to become a pro with the Adobe Suite. It was during this photo-frenzy that […]
This is the part that no one talks about: the doubt that plagues you late at night, the moments of unsurety that seem to come from nowhere, the seconds after someone has asked you a question when you pause for what feels like æons wondering, am I even qualified to answer?
We’ve all had an uncomfortable date (or can imagine it): long, awkward pause, feeling nervous, and not knowing what to say. This is because most of us have cut our teeth on data analysis and writing reports and polishing our ever-longer CVs rather than trimming the jargon from our rhetoric and learning to speak about […]
Last night, I go out to dinner with my friend Jerôme and his girlfriend. He proposes an Italian restaurant, in the most crowded part of the city. “It’s super trendy right now,” he tells me, when we see each other. I’m afraid it’ll be all pasta and pizza, standard fare at Italian restaurants outside […]