Amy Henschke is a solo female traveler and blogger who is enjoying her chance to break free from life as she knows it by exploring the rest of the world. When she’s not traveling or writing, she enjoys studying Spanish and seeking out meditation and yoga centers wherever she is. You can read more about her travel experiences at her [blog, Girl Untethered](https://thegirluntethered.wordpress.com).
Ana Salido is a Life Coach, Psychologist and entrepreneur on a mission to help women to make their expatriation a successful project. She opened the Expat Infinity, which is not just for expats or future expats, it’s for all people who want to live their lives without worrying, it’s for people who have dreams and wish to reach them.
David Wienir is a business affairs executive at United Talent Agency and entertainment law instructor at UCLA Extension. Amsterdam Exposed is his fourth book. Previous books include Last Time, Labour’s Lessons from the Sixties (co-authored with a Member of Parliament at the age of 23), The Diversity Hoax, Law Students Report from Berkeley (afterword by Dennis Prager), and Making It on Broadway, Actors’ Tales of Climbing to the Top (foreword by Jason Alexander).
Elena Filipovska-Bozinovska has been teaching Macedonian and Italian since 2001. She has worked at private language schools, state high schools, and at the Ss. Cyril and Methodius state university of North Macedonia. In 2014 she founded Skazalka, a Macedonian language centre for foreigners, and she has taught there ever since.
Helena Jalanka,the author and illustrator of the book Greetings from Abroadland – Experiences of Family Life Abroad. Besides the home, the book’s topics are about moving, adapting, language, culture, environment, early education and visiting friends and family in the native country. The chapters are a mix of personal experiences and intercultural experts’ viewpoints. The compact and colourful guide book comes with 35 real-life cartoons and 75 ‘survive and thrive’ tips.
Hello there I am Hira, I am Pakistani however my heart is Romanian as my better half is Romanian, raising a multicultural and multilingual kid. I began my adventure as an expat when I got hitched to an expat in Islamabad then we moved to Abu Dhabi and now in Vienna. I blog about expat life, parenthood, travel and social issues.
Jessica Smith has been writing for a few years now. She is a writer by day and reader by night. Holding on to her passion for fashion and travel, she believes that traveling helps her see the world and new trends.
Karolina is Talent Acquisition and HR professional who moved to London from Poland to pursue a career with start-ups in the Technology and Finance markets. She really enjoys fast pace of life and keeping a close control of her finances is very important to her.
Kitti Palmai is a freelance writer for hire who specialises in holistic health & well-being. She's an expat who's been living in England for 13 years. When not writing, she loves doing yoga, watching romcoms and being around nice people.
An American wife, mother of three, expat and blogger from New Jersey and now living in Barcelona! Her blog, The Expat Chronicle, shares all the aspects of her experience, all the ups and downs of going from the hectic to the hilarious. Also, she wants to help all the people out there who want to make the same step.
My name is Leila, and I am a 30-something expat living in Beijing, China. One day I decided that I wanted to see the world off of screens and in real life, so I set off a world away. I love discovering new places, meeting locals and trying all the food there is to offer. If you like to wonder, come with me and let's explore this beautiful planet together.
Magda Theodate is an American attorney, writer, speaker, and consultant, with a penchant for all things international. Magda has lived and/or worked in over 70 countries, including in the United States, the Caribbean, Africa, Asia, Europe, and South America. She credits university study abroad programs for opening her eyes to a world of opportunities.
As a life of a digital nomad and years of writing experience, Maryn Mcdonnell is a travel writer who loves exploring the world and shares her travel experiences with other passionate travellers out there. Find Maryn on Twitter @MarynMcdonnell
Having grown up in Georgia most of her life, Melissa always had an itch to see the world. She ventured off to Sao Paulo, Brazil in 1998 to live for 2 years. No stranger to international living, in 2017, when an opportunity arose again to move to London, she embraced it with open arms. Melissa is now studying a Master's degree in advertising and PR at Richmond, The American International University in London while living the London life.
Originally from North Carolina, Nicole Eilers now lives in Paris with her husband and their nine month-old daughter. She shares stories about what she is learning as a new mother, an expat, and a student on her blog.
Rebecca has been closely studying the travel industry trends from quite some time. Intrigued by the booming growth of this sector, she takes interest in penning down her views providing quality insights on current travel trends and also likes to write about food and beverages, particularly wine.
Sean Campbell has been writing professionally since 2014,and has published work with the likes of Roads & Kingdoms, Vietcetera Magazine, Belfast Live, Smile Magazine (Cebu Pacific), while he's also written for three Vietnam travel guides (Fodor's Essential Vietnam, Vietnam Tourism, and Tale City, and audio travel app).
Sean Delaney is a freelance journalist and travel blogger who has penned articles on various countries, including Spain, Australia and Vietnam. He has a passion for creating engaging content and has spearheaded editorial campaigns for LexisNexis and White and Company, a UK-based removals company, among others.
Teresa García de Zuñiga Hernandez (28) was born in Spain and moved to Germany in 2018. She works as Senior Community Manager at Mindspace in Berlin. In her position, she leads a team of 5 and is responsible for the community of 700 members