Words of my african ancestors are full of wisdom.
In Africa, a child learns and gets wisdom about life by frequently sitting beside older people.
At Expats Paris, we’ve been working on making transparency a new goal for us to win over our community and the general public. We’re open about apps we use to manage our business, we identified our ego-related risks, but we’ve also written about other expatriate communities that may be considered as our “competitors.”
Here are the main innovations that have been introduced in Paris and entire France on January 1, 2017, such as, for example, caregiving leave, no-fault divorce, air quality certificate, or the end of plastic bags in the Parisian food markets.
I read somewhere online that the definition of hell could be summarized in the following quote:
“On your last day on earth, the person you became will meet the person you could have become.” — Anonymous
Moving to Paris is probably the biggest decision I have ever had to make. It was both fun and life-changing at the same time.
I could barely catch a wink of sleep the night before my flight as I anticipated what was in store for me in the world’s most revered city.
The City of Light.
As an expat, you’ve probably come across many organizations that cater to the specific needs of people living abroad. Many provide unique services that make them stand out, but at heart, they offer basically the same thing: how-to’s, guides, meeting places for fellow expats, and so forth. In this article, I’d like to compare Angloinfo and InterNations to investigate their similarities and differences.