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From breakfast sandwiches to steamed dumplings, here's what the most important meal of the day looks like around the world: https://www.internations.org/magazine/forget-bacon-breakfast-abroad-17467

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Moving abroad with a family can be emotionally and logistically challenging. What difficulties did you face and how did you overcome them?
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While expats in Spain are happy with the friendly locals and affordable healthcare, they do not view the economy or their career prospects very favorably. Find out more about expat life in Spain from our Expat Insider survey: http://bit.ly/2hMiNAu

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While exploring a new city and meeting new people might be daunting at first, getting out and about is a great way to learn about the culture of your host country and make new friends!
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Celebrate International Day of Happiness by doing whatever it is that makes you laugh and smile!
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From famous festivals such as Holi to more unusual events such as Waffle Day, these are some of the best celebrations taking place around the world this spring: https://www.internations.org/magazine/these-festivals-are-guaranteed-to-put-a-spring-in-your-step-19084

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From worries about accommodation to questioning whether life abroad is really for you at all, all expats have had doubts at some point! What are some of the biggest doubts you've faced and how have you overcome them?
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Visiting a country or city before you move there is the best way to learn about local cultures and traditions. It's also a great chance to get to know the layout of your future host country a little better!
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It's easy to get hung up on little things and to be self-critical. Try to focus on the things you love about yourself, rather than the things you think need improving!
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From friendly locals and a welcoming culture, to a poor climate and an unsettled economy, our Expat Insider survey reveals what expat life in Ireland is really like: http://bit.ly/2kMcH1y
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