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Aug 20

5 Expat Blogs to give you Itchy Feet

Small version of the Expat Blog Carnival LogoExpat Blog Roundup

Every now and then I like Roving the internet to find a fresh batch of Expat Blogs. As I recently came across a great cross-section of Expat Blogs that will inspire you to get itchy-feet of your own. Brits and Britain feature heavily of course – but there’s a couple of surprising destinations in this mix.

So explore, and enjoy for yourself:

Expat Austin Mum

Caroline is a British expat wife and mum. In March 2014 she relocated to Austin, Texas, USA. She started her blog in March 2014 when her family relocated from West Sussex, England.

Expat Austin Mum http://www.expataustinmum.com

Over the past eighteen years she has graduated with a BA Hons degree in Media, enjoyed a career in marketing, got married and her focus is now raising her two young children in a new country.

Adventures of a London Kiwi

Emma expat blog is a mix of personal lifestyle and travel blog. She shares her adventures as a long term expat, living in one of her favourite cities in the world. Though you probably won’t tell from her developing English accent, she originate from New Zealand. As a nation, they are known as ‘Kiwis’; not necessarily the small furry brown fruit, but named after a small flightless bird who lives in New Zealand’s forests.

Adventures of a London Kiwi Header Expat Blog

Join Emma on her journey as she tries to comprehend the wild and wonderful English way of life. She married an Englishman and is slowing getting acclimated to the good old British way of doing things.

Eat See Do

Anna, is a writer living a nomadic lifestyle with her husband. After living in London for most of her 30 years she met a Kiwi who swept her off my feet and out of a cushy job and into the unknown.

Eat See Do Expat Blog

They packed in our jobs to go on an adventure, and traveled for a while in New Zealand, Australia, Vietnam, Cambodia and Thailand before moving to France, which is where she lived for a year on a diet of baguettes and wine, and got married. Right now they’re back in London but will be setting off soon on more adventures.

The Narcissistic Expat Diaries: From Iowa to Ireland

Cory and Sara both grew up in Iowa, USA. In July 2013 they moved to Dublin, Ireland for new opportunities. They began their blog in April 2013 as a way to keep in touch and exchange stories with friends and family around the world

Iowa to Ireland Expat Blog

Sara was offered a job opportunity that was just too good to turn down, so they headed off to Ireland to start a new life together. They didn’t choose Ireland .. it chose them.

Unlocking Kiki

Kaelene, Kiki to her friends, is the voice behind Unlocking Kiki. She’s a twenty-something Oregon native, currently living the expat life in Reykjavík, Iceland.

Unlocking Kiki Expat Blog

How did Kiki end up in Iceland? Well she met an Icelandic guy in Australia, and three years laters she moved to Iceland to be with him. She’s a girl after my own heart, and loves exploring places a little off the beaten path.

Are you an Expat?

If you’re an expat and I haven’t discovered your blog yet, please just leave me a comment below with a link to your website, so that I can pay you a visit.

 

 

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2 comments

  1. BacktoBodrum

    Thanks – I’ve just realised that several blogs I have been following are not being updated. Time to find a few new ones
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  2. Andrew

    Thanks for sharing these wonderful expat blogs, i visited Expatblogs before and didnt see these blogs on there.

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