Planning Your Repatriation

It has been a while since I last posted, and this is due to an important stage in the expatriation period: the repatriation stage. 

The last few months were intense, comprised of the preparation, the physical move, the goodbyes and the reintegration stage. 

Admittedly, a move implies a certain amount of physical and mental effort, however, with the right planning and mindset, it can go smoothly.

In coming articles, I will share with you tips on how to prepare a stressless repatriation. For the moment, it is Summer and time to take a break; to spend time with family and friends and to recharge the batteries in preparation for September.

Happy Summertime!

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