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By Daisy Wilson in Moving Fundamentals September 11, 2021

How Expat Communities Can Help You Adjust to Another Country

According to some estimates of the US State Department, around 10 million Americans live outside of the country. So where are those expats communities, you probably wonder? And where are the largest American expat communities? We will try to answer these and many other questions that are on your mind when you are thinking about moving overseas.

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By Kaitlyn Bradley in Country Guides August 25, 2021

3 Best Countries for Americans to Move To

According to the latest reports, the number of U.S. citizens moving abroad has significantly increased. Americans are fleeing from the US in search of a perfect home and lifestyle. If you plan on moving internationally, here is the ultimate guide on the best countries for Americans to move to based on a number of criteria important when immigrating overseas.

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By Mia Nelson in Moving Fundamentals July 29, 2021

Everything You’ll Need for the Moving Checklist

Is there a checklist for moving? Everyone knows that good organization of your relocation leads to success, but very few realize that a great moving checklist is a crown of good organization – and we decided to make the only one you will ever need. Be sure to print it or write it down and learn everything you need to do so that your relocation overseas ends in tears of joy.

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By Blake Shaw in How-to July 28, 2021

How to Deal With Culture Shock After Moving Abroad

No man is an island entire of itself and even if you’re as cool as Ibiza, you share some of the values or habits with people in your community, which give you a sense of the familiar. But, during your adventure abroad, that’s gone in a puff, and culture shock sets in as you lose that secure home feeling. So, what do you do? Run, or freak out? Goodness no, you read on and soak in our wisdom.

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By Mia Nelson in Moving Preparation July 26, 2021

Moving Day Preparation Checklist – What to Do Before the Move

When organizing a relocation, especially an international one, a moving day preparation could be your guiding star or the source of all destruction. Yes, we realize it sounds a bit melodramatic, but it is essential to get your attention to how important organization is. In order to help you, we decided to create an ultimate checklist for things you need to do when the relocation date comes.

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By Blake Shaw in Country Guides July 23, 2021

A Comprehensive Guide to Moving to South Korea

There are more than 9 million Americans living abroad. The US diaspora spreads to more than 160 countries worldwide. Many choose to relocate to Europe or South America, but there’s also a substantial portion infatuated with Asian nations. If you’re keen on exploring life in this corner of the world, moving to South Korea is likely the best choice.

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By Helen Plath in Country Guides July 22, 2021

Things to Know About Living in Hawaii Before Moving There

If there’s a place most similar to paradise, it has to be the Aloha State. Living in Hawaii is a lifelong dream of many people all around the world. It’s really no wonder why this tropical island has become a long-desired destination considering all its splendor, but being its resident is somewhat different than simply visiting as a tourist.

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By Christina Henry in How-to June 3, 2021

Tips and Tricks on How to Pack Fragile Items Too Valuable to Leave Behind

Learning how to pack fragile items is one of the crucial things you should do before you gather your possessions and move overseas. Without a proper method, you risk breaking or chipping your glassware, plates, cups, and other similar dishes. If you don’t want to lose any of your delicate belongings just because you’re relocating, read the tips and tricks from professionals, and learn how to pack fragile items for moving the right way.

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By Steven Rogers in Country Guides April 30, 2021

The Ultimate Guide to the Best Ottawa Neighborhoods for US Expats

If you wish to become one of more than 130 thousand immigrants living in the Canadian capital city, you’ll have to find a place in one of the many great Ottawa neighborhoods. O-Town is the second largest in the province of Ontario, after Toronto. Ontario is known for the sunniest cities in the country. Also, the country’s capital, based in the eastern part of the province, is a multicultural center with a diverse population, so you won’t feel like a foreigner once you move.

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By Mia Nelson in How-to March 20, 2021

Tips for Managing Moving Stress

How stressful is it to move? Well, it depends on the person and type of move, but moving stress is no joke, especially if you are moving internationally. There’s just so much to be done, and it comes with a cost, which is in itself, a stressor. If you are about to embark on this endeavor – worry not, as there are ways to at least lessen the stress. And we share them all in this article. So, get comfy on that chair, and get ready to scroll down and soak up the knowledge it took us years of experience to gather.

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