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Sep 8, 2017

What is the mindset that should be embraced when having to constantly relocate and adjust to life all over the world? Are there any positive pointers that can help make our overseas experiences more beneficial to not only ourselves, but also to those who we interact with during our journeys?

Surely, there isn't only one solution to solve all the problems or unforeseen situations we encounter while living abroad but there may be a mindset that we can live by to help us overcome and cope with obstacles while in unfamiliar environments.

Listen in to our wonderful Stateside connected conversation with Angie Drake. As a Third Culture Kid (TCK), Angie may have traveling coded deep within her DNA. Angie and her husband, who has a long career working for the U.S. government, have been traveling all over the world with their two boys. However, Angie has a special room in her heart for Ecuador and shares many of her overseas experiences through her photography that can be found at her website: Not Your Average American.

Listen in and hear why focusing on all the negatives of you overseas life just brings unneeded stress and why it’s better to learn to embrace the positive about everyplace you live.

Facebook Group: Not Your Average American

Website: Not Your Average American


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