Outside Reading: Expat Blog

Speaking of things that future and current expats might find helpful, I’m reminded of Expat Blog. It’s great place for expats to get information from other expats around the world. Created seven years ago as a way to gather global expat blogs into one spot, Expat Blog has evolved into so much more. There are forums, articles, pictures, guides and a business directory. Oh and if youre looking for a job or a place to live, two new great additions are The International Job Board
and The Housing Section.
I really like Expat Blog. I’m a member there and have been since before I arrived in Brazil. It has helped me in so many ways. I’ve found other blogs I love there and have had others find my blog through my listing. There’s are over 420,000 members and 1.8 million visitors per month. So, there’s a lot to see and a lot of possible interaction. Before I moved, I frequently read the forums. They helped immensely with questions I had about visas, shopping, what to bring and how to send it. Maybe Expat Blog could be helpful to you all as well if it hasn’t been already.

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