With October just one day away, here’s a roundup of our most read posts in September.
1. Expat Explorer Survey 2010 launches today! What do the results say?- The first of September marked the official launch of HSBC’s Expat Explorer Survey 2010. The first report, Expat Economics revealed emerging trends on expat finances. Find out how your country fared in terms of salary levels, spending and investing patterns and favourable locations for expats
2. Guest Blogger Series: Introducing... Naomi Hattaway – In one of our most read guest post, Naomi shares some great stories about bringing up a family in Delhi and her unique insight for people thinking about moving to India’s capital
3. Jet Set Pets- Essential reading for any expats thinking about relocating with their pets, with some great links to expetriate resources
4. Life beyond the expat bubble- our thoughts on the importance of breaking away from the “expat mould” for the full experience of living and working abroad
5. Five essential apps for Expats – iPhone apps for expats still proving to be a popular post on Expat Explorer. If you are an iPhone owner then check out our recommendation on top apps for expats
6. Guest Blogger Series: Introducing... Marie Brice- a fantastic guest post on Marie Brice’s inspiration on setting up GreatExpatations, a blog dedicated to providing one tip a day for expats from all over the world
7. There’s no taste like home – a great competition by Marmite that inspired us to blog about it!
8. Best expat views – a little experiment we did on sequential day 8.9.10 where asked our expat followers on Twitter to submit some photos of where in the worldthey were. We had a great snapshot of some the best expat views
9. Web Wednesday – our first ever Wednesday post on a collection of the most interesting expat stories that week. The first week featured tips on beating those expat blues on a rainy day
10. Web Wednesday – again! Our round up of interesting expat links on the internet is proving popular. In this week’s Web Wednesday, we think it was the 100 reasons to become an expat captured the attention of many of our readers and followers. Don’t forget to follow our #WebWednesday hashtag on Twitter or to submit your own #WebWednesday links