Last week I found myself in conversation with someone I had not met before. We asked each other the usual questions: where’ve you lived, what are your kids doing, how do you like to spend your time and where have you travelled in SE Asia? As often happens when two people meet who have lived … More Cumulative Grief – is it a superpower?
The worst thing about being a global nomad has to be saying goodbye to good friends. The best thing about being a global nomad has to be making new friends, friends who become soulmates in record time. I’m trying to be circumspect. You cannot have light without dark and, were it not for the less … More Finding my sunny intervals
I am currently reading Lois Bushong‘s new book Belonging Everywhere and Nowhere. She is an Adult Third Culture Kid (ATCK) and counsellor, currently based in Indianapolis and a good friend of mine through the Families in Global Transition Conferences I attend. I’m not a counsellor and never will be, but Lois is my friend and … More The Newcomer