There has to be more to life than a 9-5 and living paycheck to paycheck. Of course there is. And if you have ever dreamed
of traveling the world or living overseas this blog is for you!
From early childhood many black little girls learn how to cook, clean, and take care of others. Intentionally or unintentionally, we are trained to be the strong foothold of the family. But what about our dreams and aspirations? There has to be more to life than a 9-5 and living paycheck to paycheck. Of course there is. And if you have ever dreamed of traveling the world or living overseas this blog is for you
This blog is a wealth of information for Black women about the journey to becoming an expat, challenges you may face abroad, and all of many ways that a
I really have no idea how the daughter of sharecroppers from Mt. Gilead, North Carolina ended upliving and working in Asia, speaking Chinese fluently, and holding more than 10 currencies atany point in time. But it happened – and it is the story of my life.
This blog is all about how I escaped challenges in America, set out to explore the world, andwrote my own ticket for my career – all while raising four kids.
If you are a black woman who is considering moving abroad and has been looking for resources andinspiration. Look no further! Stay a while, look around, and connect with the greater communityof Black women expats on 6 Passports on Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter and Instagram.
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