Tag Archives: Trailing Spouses
Everyone Foreign Service spouse should have one! Well, That Was Different shares her real-life”resumé” of accomplishments.
A detailed assessment of this EFM career option from Have Orders Will Travel.
Identity, the metric system, driving. A little perspective as a foreign-born spouse comes “home.” From Culture Shock.
On spouse’s look at the big picture. From Diplowife.
After nearly thirty years in the Foreign Service, settling down can look pretty darn exciting. From Well That Was Different.
Well, what do they do, anyway? From Well That Was Different.
A “big picture” approach from Money Matters for Globetrotters. First article in a new series authored by Hui-chin Chen, financial planner and Foreign Service spouse.
Lisa at Around The World in Thirty Years chronicles her journey from unemployed spouse to proud EPAP (Expanded Professional Associates Program) employee in Bangkok.
Thank you, Unaccompanied Baggage readers, for your thoughtful responses on the use of the term “trailing spouse.” When we asked whether it’s the correct description of those Foreign Service husbands/wives/partners who are living overseas with their direct-hire significant others, and … Continue reading