Repatriation may be one of the hardest and most underestimated transitions we go through on our global mobility journey. Over the last few weeks I have written about our transition from expats in China to repats in Germany and what we did to make this repatriation more painless than the last one. Below I have collected all the articles in one place:
Part 2 introduces a definition of home and how we have worked towards achieving a sense of it, while also still implementing some of the "7 Things".
In the final part of the series I share four tips for making new connections without an expat network to tap into and how we have started to put down roots in our new community.
Before we repatriate, we must say farewell to the place, the people and the life we have been living. Below are some articles about saying goodbye.
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