Monthly Archives: January 2017
Can you ever have too much of Paris? Probably not. From It Depends.
Is this transition normal? Or is it the new normal? From Life After Jerusalem.
The Bre Times describes all the ways her family deals with extreme air pollution in Beijing, China.
The American Civil Liberties Union has posted information for federal employees regarding their rights to freedom of speech. An excerpt: The Supreme Court has stated clearly that public employees cannot be fired for speaking on issues of public concern as … Continue reading
Culture Shock is raising kids in a bilingual English/French household. Here’s how it is going so far.
How cold is it in Ulaan Bataar? Really, really cold! Kids with Diplomatic Immunity shares her practical advice for keeping warm in a truly extreme climate.
Thoughts on democracy in action from Diplomatic Status.
Globehoppers participated in the Women’s March in Frankfurt on January 21. Here is her excellent summary of all the reasons she had for doing so, written from a uniquely expatriate perspective.
Federal employees and the new administration. From Life After Jerusalem.
The lowdown on this tropical staple. From Wright Outta Nowhere.