Here we present the top 10 on Expat Explorer, starting at number 10...
10. Are expats more creative?A study conducted by the American Psychological Association suggests that people who live abroad tend to be more creative than those who lived in their home country. Have a look here to see whether you agree with the findings
9. Breaking the language barrier and the joys of expat slang! - Settling into a new country is difficult, especially if they speak a different language altogether. Even for expats coming from English-speaking countries can make some seriouse language faux-pas.
8. Expert Excellence featuring Robin Pascoe- Do expats need social media training? Find out and share your thoughts here.
6. Guest Blogger Series: Introducing... Naomi Hattaway- 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
5. Guest Blogger Series: Introducing... Maryline- another great addition to Expat Explorer’s ever popular Guest Blogger Series. In this post, Maryline explores why the French find it difficult to say ‘I Love You’.
4. Expat Women Series: The truth about expat housewives- is being an expat housewife all about the herbal tea parties, lingering lunches and extravagant trips to the shopping mall? We find out here.
Top 3 now...
3. 5 essential apps for Expats- In third place, our blog post on those essential apps that can make the expat life easier. If you have an iPhone then be sure to check out our top apps for expats
2. Expat Explorer Survey 2010 launches today! What do the results say?- It’s been a fantastic year for Expat Explorer survey and the findings from the first report on best places for expat finances made it to the second most read post of the year! Revisit the findings here.
And now... the moment you’ve all been waiting for. That’s it, the most read post of the YEAR... drum roll please...
1. Guest Blogger Series: Introducing... Aaron White- Thanks to Aaron for this brilliant post on tips for those thinking about moving to the UAE.
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