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by Andrea Sears Finally, what is certainly the longest of the survey report sections is finished: team factors. (You can explore other ..read more
*a version of this was first published at Babble, in 2014. When you are the international traveler in the domestic terminal, you look ..read more
Last month, I wrote about some of the harder parts of serving overseas. If that post was a downer, this one is all about highs. I’ve ..read more
“Safe passage cannot be bought. We have no holy passport to protect us and so we venture forward, fragile maps in hand, flying our ..read more
So this happens. A lot. I get into a taxi and say “ni hao” (“hello” in Chinese). The taxi driver’s eyes get wide and he says ..read more
We don’t talk about sex very much. Sure, we might joke about it (the first working title for this article was The Missionary Position ..read more
These days, I’m tired of being in crisis mode. Seriously, enough already. My husband and I have spent the last two years fretting ..read more
by Rachel E. Hicks Our family recently watched the 2012 film adaptation of one of my favorite stories of all time, Les Miserables. In ..read more
When we first moved to Taipei, we lived across the street from a park. One day, I was approached by three college-age students who ..read more
It’s been nearly five years since we accepted the position to serve abroad. We are now in our third year of our second placement and ..read more

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