North America

From Ukraine to Tennessee: Wordly

14 December, 2015 07:25  Erin Erin

Worldly Hello! My name is Alisa Kaiser and I was born and raised in eastern Ukraine. I enjoy living my crazy life and right now am residing in the beautiful city of Nashville, Tennessee, United States of America.

1. Why did you move abroad?
My big move happened on November 21, 2014 and I have no regrets. I did a couple of foreign exchange programs in the USA during high school and college and was happy to be back. This time, I was coming back to the crazy wonderful husband of mine.


From Austria to USA: Cockpit Coaching

07 September, 2015 13:04  Erin Erin

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Hi, my name is Coco Decrouppé. I was born in Hamburg, Germany. I grew up in Wels, Austria. I ́ve moved 11 times to other cities or continents. At the moment I live in Cary, North Carolina and I love it here.

1. Why did you move abroad?
I 've always been interested in other cultures and countries. I was 17 when I spent my first summer working abroad, in Marbella, Spain. My last move was from Switzerland to the US because of my husband's job.



From Sao Paulo to Arizona: Flavia's Weekly

31 August, 2015 10:50  Erin Erin

Flavia in the USA Hi, my name is Flavia, people call me Fla or Flav. I'm originaly from Sao Paulo, Brazil, and I'm living in Arizona, USA. I've been here since 2012. Married to a Brit with an American daughter.

1. Why did you move abroad?
I move abroad to study in Switzerland for 1 year. I always wanted to go back home and have a "normal" life, just like everyone else. It's been almost 20 years and I'm still living abroad, the normal life includes thinking about where could we move next.


From Oklahoma to Shanghai to Sydney to Hong Kong: The Renditions of Renoir

17 August, 2015 09:56  Erin Erin

Emily Wiltshire Renditions of Renoir My name is Emily Wiltshire though to many I could be “MimiCakes” or “Mommy” and I am originally from good ole’ Oklahoma! We are currently (and just recently) back in Oklahoma after spending several years overseas that included Shanghai, China; Sydney, Australia and Hong Kong.

1. Why did you move abroad?
We first moved abroad for my husband’s company. I still remember the day he came home from work and told me about his boss asking about us possibly moving to Shanghai. After a few hours of research on the computer I told him I was in. He thought I was crazy (and wasn’t so sure himself!) but off we went, in tow with our 1 1/2 year old son! And what was supposed to be a 2 1/2 year stint turned into 3 different countries in 6 1/2 years and adding two more sons to the family!


From England to Ontario: Full of Beans (and Sausage)

12 January, 2015 04:21  Erin Erin

english girl Canadian ManHi there! My name is Holly Nelson, I am originally from sunny England! I
moved to Hamilton, Ontario (Canada) permanently in January 2013. I am
delighted to have been given the opportunity to write about my experiences for BlogExpat!

1. Why did you move abroad?

I moved abroad for my high school sweetheart. He moved to Canada at the age of nineteen and we lost contact until we were twenty-seven, it took a matter of days to decide we were still in love and I was clearly going to
have to move to Canada!


From Mexico to India to the USA: A New Life Wandering

17 November, 2014 09:17  Erin Erin

A New Life Wandering Mani is a girl in her twenties with a name from India but born and raised in Mexico City. In 2008 she met her soul-mate (an American) while traveling in India. She blogs about travel, food and photography as well as her personal unpredictable experiences, attempting to seek a simpler life, wandering around the world, and surrendering to God.

1. Why did you move abroad?
I’ve moved abroad a few times. The first time was for college (Mexico City to London). The second time was to follow my heart, my soul-mate to the USA. Then we moved together to India where we had quite an experience, and we are currently back in the USA.


From Cotswolds to Maryland: Desperate English Housewife in Washington

03 November, 2014 08:25  Erin Erin

UK Desperate Housewife in USAClaire McGill from the lovely Cotswolds, England and now living in Columbia, Maryland, USofA.

1. Why did you move abroad?
The decision to move to the USA wasn’t based on the fact that we thought the grass would be greener; we simply wanted to water, smell, walk on and nurture a different type of grass for a while. Our philosophy is that change is good, opportunities are meant to be taken, and a little bit of excitement, risk, and the unknown are tonics for the soul and for relationships.

Plus, I had a nagging fascination with things like Glee, Miami Vice, Fame, The Wire and Desperate Housewives and I kind of wanted to see if any of it is true. (Between you and me, some of it is).


From Australia to the USA: It Started in LA

06 October, 2014 10:27  Erin Erin

It Started in LA Hi, I’m Gwen and I’m from Sydney, Australia and have been in LA for about a year.

1. Why did you move abroad?
My husband was offered a job in Hollywood. I don’t think I know anyone who turns down a job in Hollywood so here we are.


From Australia to USA and back again: Xpatriate Games

01 September, 2014 10:16  Erin Erin

Xpatriate GamesMy name is Sophia and am currently living it up in Canberra, Australia. I am a Free Range Human who loves all things family, food and travel.

Even after living in six different countries and changing school seven times, I still want to see more!

I am forever plotting, preparing, arranging, scheduling family vacations and adventures wherever I can for my party of three (the husband, Tweeny and I). I blog at


From Suffolk to San Miguel de Allende: Twenty First century Nomad

04 August, 2014 09:31  Erin Erin

Twenty First Century Nomad My name is Steven Moore, and I am originally from the seaside town of Lowestoft, Suffolk in the U.K. I am delighted to be currently living in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico.

1. Why did you move abroad?  
I first went travelling as a 20 year old with very little money and a backpack, and I’ve never really stopped. I fell in love with adventure and life on ‘the road,’ and always felt more at home when I wasn’t at home, if that makes sense? I’ve lived in several different countries now, and I doubt I will ever live in England again. It must be the rain.


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