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Today, we have some great re-entry wisdom from Amy Young.  Amy has recently been through her own re-entry transition.  I have gotten to know her through her work with Velvet Ashes {a great online community to encourage and support women working internationally}.  This last year I was a part of a re-entry Velvet Ashes connection …

7 Things I learned about Transitioning

A true story: Is Santa Claus Real?

A true story: Is Santa Claus Real?

Child looking up the chimney for Santa Toni Kami Joyeux Noël Darling Christmas photography idea for girl or boy red PJ's

The transition that never stops- I love this article! It's so good! All about the coming, going, staying, and the tearing in my heart that happens from leaving friends, or friends leaving. Saudades

The transition that never ends: The ongoing cycle of expat Stayers, Goers and Newbies

I love summer reading. When I lived in China I looked forward to summer reading by requesting about 10 books from the library to be ready when I returned to the US. I loved picking up the stack of books and seeing what gems (and duds) I had. Mom would eagerly ask what books I’d …

Looming Transitions: starting and finishing well in cross-cultural service, a book I wrote with you in mind, was launched this week.

How 'hygge' can help you get through winter ~ The vague cultural concept doesn't translate easily into English, but it has helped Denmark become the 'happiest country on Earth' despite long, dark winters.

How 'hygge' can help you get through winter

How 'hygge' can help you get through winter The vague cultural concept doesn't translate easily into English, but it has helped Denmark become the 'happiest country on Earth' despite long, dark winters.

What do happiness, the ability to say yes and learning gratitude have in common? They are all things you need to be a better you. Watch these 12 Ted talks to be inspired to become a better you.

12 Ted Talks To Watch and Become A Better You

Expat Life: How to Make a Home Abroad Feel Like Home - Migrating Miss

Expat Life: How to Make a Home Abroad Feel Like Home

Expat Life: How to Make a Home Abroad Feel Like Home - Moving Abroad. How to Move Abroad. How to Make Friends Travelling.

Ninja Packing Tips: Pack for two weeks in a 30L backpack. This specific trip was to Europe in the fall, which means cold weather clothing. Find out how to minimize your packing, select just the right combination of clothes without bringing items you don't need, and of course, how to choose the perfect shoes to take with you. It's all there, for aspiring light packers who want to see what it really looks like to pack light. You can do it! This will help ;)

Ninja Packing Tips: Pack for two weeks in a backpack. This specific trip was to Europe in the fall, which means cold weather clothing. Find out how to minimize your packing, select just the right

‘Carpe diem means making daring decisions, so as not to feel regret later on, whereas amor fati means learning to love the choices you’ve already made, daring or not’

No regrets? Why not?

The Guardian Weekend Magazine - Thomas Pullin Illustration

Letter to Returning Missionaries

Letter to Returning Missionaries {Things I wish someone had told me sooner when I moved back to the US}

Next, it’s time to check your email! {a necessary part of joining a safe email list} Just check your email and click CONFIRM, which completes the subscription process, you’ll soon get another email with a few free downloads just for you. “I stumbled upon your blog recently and love it! …I’m encouraged and inspired to …

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Feeling Emotional During Transition - What another move feels like. Going through constant transition, feeling emotional and trusting God in the emotions.

How to Welcome Her Back {The Grove: Re-entry} | Velvet AshesVelvet Ashes  ...Your loved one is coming back! After time in a place you couldn’t pinpoint on a map before she fell in love with it, she’s coming home.

How to Welcome Her Back {The Grove: Re-entry}

Such a neat blog written by an MK whose faith really shines through!

Life as a missionary kid.homeschooling missionary kid from Guatemala

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