Allianz Care and Vanessa King, Science of Happiness Expert, have created a Happiness Hub. With a series of videos and articles the hub is designed to help expats find their “happy place” no matter where they are.
Find your happy place
Ready to move? We’ve got some advice on making the move to help you and your family have a smooth transition.
Expat travel safety tips
Taking an international role is an exciting prospect both professionally and personally, but It is important to be aware of personal safety issues when you and your family are in an unfamiliar country.
Expat life in case of emergency
While you may be aware of the steps to take in an emergency in your home country, in unfamiliar territory it may be different. It is well worth doing some research on what to do in an emergency before you go.
Learning a foreign language: Tips for expat parents
When you arrive in a new country, exchanging a few words of conversation with a local can help you to feel settled. It’s a great way to get to know people, and a useful skill to have for your time abroad.
Congratulations on your new job and deciding to spend some time working overseas! It is an exciting opportunity to experience life in another country but it can also be a daunting prospect; especially if it is your first time abroad.
Trailing Spouse: what to do if you can’t work while abroad?
Is your partner working abroad but visa limitations mean you can’t? We have some practical solutions if you can’t work while living as an expat.
Expat life: navigating the airport with kids
Whether it is your first or fiftieth time through an international airport with your family here are some tips that are well worth considering.
Guide to finding a place to live as an expat
Moving overseas to work as an expat for the first time can be daunting. One of the most challenging elements can be finding a place to live.
Sell or store? Tips for moving overseas
Have you accepted an expat role on the other side of the world but are sitting in a home full of ‘stuff’ you have no idea what to do with? You’re not alone.