Moving Abroad: Staying Connected
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Understand the health insurance requirements in your destination country and your status in your country of origin.
If you are relocating with children, explore options for local public schools and private international schools.
With modern technology and resources, it is much easier to live in another country. However, there is more to consider than just packing your bags.
Each country offers a different introduction to expatriate life that should be carefully considered, such as vetting visas, health care, school tests, banking and taxes, and staying connected.
Anyone who won't be marrying a foreigner and moving to that person's country must note the visa requirements for their destination.
The U.S. State Department recommends contacting the embassy or consulate of your destination country months before you want to move.
The concept of the sabbatical has its roots in the Hebrew Bible. Every seven years, a sabbath year (rest) was commanded to give the land rest from agricultural activity.
Similarly, our minds need to rest to be able to continue to grow.
Early hours are important because they tend to be free of most distractions and give you an opportunity to get focused.
An early start will allow you to squeeze in more time for reflection, breakfast, exercise, and getting a jump-start on communication.
Communication is part of daily life. We use it to convey our ideas to other people so that they may understand our purpose.
There are 3 rules you can implement to improve your communication :
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