5 of the worst mistakes people make when planning a trip

So you're about to embark on a travel adventure, exploring the world and fully immersing yourself in a completely different culture. However, if you haven't done a lot of travelling the whole...


Three habits of regular travellers

It can be daunting to head out on your first travel adventure, especially if you're doing it by yourself. You're not sure what to pack, how you'll get around and whether you'll adapt ...


Moving back home from abroad

Melissa Parks from Intentional Expat has her PhD in Clinical and Health Psychology and works as a mindfulness and resilience coach for global nomads living around the world.  We asked her to tel...


Our two and half years in Seville, Spain

We talk to expat American, Jackie Baxa who writes honestly about her move with her family to Seville, Spain.  Her website Familymoveabroad.com helps inspire people and provides information ...


Why Asia is a Must On Your Bucket List

Cassandra Levi has traveled all over Asia.  She talks to us about why you would  put Asia onto your travel list and especially why you should try living in Asia for a while. “Onc...


What our clients say

Here at wherecani.live, we help people to discover a new life abroad. But who are our clients and what are they thinking? Where do people want to live?  Have a read through lots of interesting s...


Keep Your Business Growing as a Digital Nomad

Today we have an article for those working and traveling abroad as Digital Nomads.  Kevin, co-founder and owner of IQ Office Suites speaks to Digital Nomads all the time and has a good unde...


Moving abroad to the Czech Republic - my expat story

Alex from East Coast Contessa talks to us about her move abroad from the USA to the Czech Republic.  We hear about her highs and lows from visa challenges to loving schnitzel!!  You can fol...


Travelling around Spain as an English teacher

This is the story of how American Nina came to live in many places in Spain as an English teacher.  You can follow Nina's journey on her website A World of Dresses or on Instagram, Face...


Life in Ireland on the Working Holiday Visa

American, Sarah Nuttycombe shares her story of moving to Ireland on the Working Holiday Visa.  She shares handy tips on finding accommodation and work and a great insight on Ireland and Iri...


Living in Portugal - my expat life

We interview James Cave the co-founder and owner of Portugalist, a website full of great information on travelling and living in Portugal.  James tells us his story of how he ended up living in ...


Moving to the UK and the Orkney Islands

We love this story of being brave and moving to the other side of the world for love.  Rhonda Muir writes of her journey from New York to some of the northern most islands of Scotland, the Orkne...


Expat Life in the Netherlands

We talk to Simone Kynaston who is originally from the UK but now lives in the beautiful Friesland in the Netherlands. Simone tells us about her new life and some of the things that she misses fr...


Moving to Spain? Your Spain Visa Guide

How can you get residency in Spain to achieve your dream of settling in Spain?  Spain holds many attractions for potential tourists and Expats. A beautiful country from the seas to the moun...


Our family adventures abroad

Kylie Gibbons' children may be some of the most well travelled kids I have come across  This Kiwi family are fortunate to be on an overseas adventure around the world and are curre...


A Kaleidoscope Expat Life

Dr Rachel Cason talks to us about having multiple cultural influences in your life from moving countries many times.  She tells us about her life as a Third Culture Kid and how that influenced h...


Live Abroad, live in the moment

We chat to Molly , an American English teacher who is now living in Bologna, Italy after stints in Australia, Senegal and other parts of Italy. Molly shares her story of moving abroad, settling in, h...


Expats, find your inner happy place anywhere

This is a story about Camilla Quintana and her search for true belonging around the world and finding it where she least expected.  Camilla is Austrian but has lived in the UK and now ...


Empowering Expat Partners

Meet Katharina, originally from Germany, but now living in the USA via Spain, UK, and Taiwan.  She started sharethelove.blog after being an Expat Partner and experiencing the initial s...


From mainland life in Germany to island life in Ireland

The USA, the Netherlands, Spain, Mexico and Ireland are just a few countries Sixtina, from Six Miles Away, has lived in. She talks to us about life in Ireland, specifically Cork, and how ea...


Live in the UK on the Tier 1 Investor Visa

For high net worth individuals, the Tier 1 Investor Visa is a great pathway into the United Kingdom. The visa requirements are simple. You need to invest a minimum of £2,000,000 in the UK....


How Sephardic Jews can get citizenship to Spain and Portugal

The governments of Spain and Portugal accelerated Sephardic citizenship applications through laws passed early in the last decade. This process allows descendants of Sephardic Jews to apply for c...


From Russia to Helsinki to London - my expat life

We interview Influencer and Russian Ekaterina Popova who has had an interesting life moving to Finland and then settling in London.  She tells us about her expat life abroad and about ...


Finding home no matter where life takes you

Life has taken American Jodi Harris to many countries abroad.  She now lives in Tokyo with her family and runs a portable coaching business, World Tree Coaching helping expats all over the ...


Making the most of Expat Life Abroad

Australian Emily Rogers has lived all over the world.  Her husbands work has taken her to places that people wouldn't describe as the easiest places to live and settle.  Emily ther...


From Mississippi to a new life in Italy

In 85 short days, Stacey and Marco uprooted their family life in Mississippi to start a new life in Italy.  Stacey tells us the story of their journey and their first three months in their ...


Taking advantage of a window of opportunity and moving to Europe

Sable McCleery had an insatiable desire to travel and nothing major holding her back in the USA. She packed her bags and left for Prague and Barcelona where she is located today.  This...


Moving abroad on skills visa

What are critical skills visas and who can access a skilled migration program? Firstly, what do an Australian barber, a South African winemaker, and Scottish geologist have in common? They are all in...


Third Culture Kids for two generations

So what is a Third Culture Kid?  It is someone who is raised in a culture that is not the same as their parents culture or different to that of their passport.  We hear from Spaniard&n...


My digital nomad life on the road as a therapist

In today's connected world you no longer need to sit in your psychotherapists office to get the help that you need.  Dr Sonia Jaeger realized that there was a large market for...


Memories of an expat childhood

Mia Otzen from Expat Gypsies was fortunate enough to spend much of her childhood in different countries all over the world.  She was a true Third Culture Kid.  She talks us through mem...


Picking my family up and moving to Spain

Michal Volfin's husband got a job with a Spanish company.  He found himself spending half his time with his family in Israel and the other half of the time in Spain.  So they made the b...


My life on the move and how I founded a portable business

We hear from Julia Diéguez, founder of Life In The Move, a company that helps expats to settle into Madrid, Spain.  Julia talks about her life as an expat and how she started a busin...


Where is the easiest country to get citizenship?

We get asked this question a lot.  But the answer is not simple, because your individual circumstances are different, the ease accessing citizenship of countries will be different.  Questio...


Expat Life in Noumea, New Caledonia

Today we interview Italian Viola, who has moved to the stunning Noumea, New Caledonia.  New Caledonia is a French territory located in the south west Pacific ocean and its many islands prov...


Visa Options in South East Asia for Digital Nomads, Freelancers and the Self Employed

South East Asia is fast becoming a preferred destination for those who want to get away from a daily commute and a 9-5 job.  Working online as a digital nomad or freelancer is a rapidly growing ...


My Expat Life in Germany

Are you brave enough to say no to some great job offers, pack up your life and move to a country where they speak a completely different language?  Well that is exactly what Nicole Palazzo from ...


How to become a digital nomad

It’s the number one question digital nomads get asked alongside How do you afford to travel so much?. And both go hand in hand, because they are connected. A digital nomad is by definition some...


Celebrating Life as a Canadian in Belgium

Many expats we’ve interviewed have expressed that living abroad is more than just a tick off the old bucket list;  it’s an actual dream come true! In today’s post we’d li...


Understanding our roots with Ancestry DNA

Where you can live is heavily dependent on where your family comes from.  While I had an idea of my family history, it only went back to four or five generations, I was fascinated to unders...


Moving to Australia - an amazing experience

In today’s post, we had the pleasure of interviewing Coach & Psychologist, Ana Salido (www.anasalido.com). Her work is devoted to helping women succeed in their expatriation and using their...


My new life in Portugal

Some people move abroad for a new adventure, to explore the unknown or to immerse themselves in a new culture and language. Others may have the luxury to move abroad due to a new job opportunity or t...


On embracing global citizenship

Today we hear from Flor García, a Venezuelan-American language trainer teaching Spanish and English around the world, raising three global children, and encouraging other immigrant famili...


Expat Life as a Parisian in Toronto

Where do Europeans go when they want to, well… get out of Europe? Canada of course! Today we share a wonderful expat interview with French Instagrammer and life-lover, Celine Kone of @cel_in_w...


Our year in Taipei, Taiwan - an experience of a lifetime

My fiancé and I had only been living in British Columbia, Canada for a few months after moving from Manitoba when he found out he had been accepted to a prestigious microsurgery fellowship in ...


London Life on a shoestring

Here is an Expat Story from Liv, a 20-something Canadian, living, working and travelling in London. Liv shares her story and tips on moving to London, settling in and enjoying life there!  ...


My Expat Story from Bermuda to Spain

Today we hear an honest and inspiring story from Ann Wilkings who has lived in many different parts of the world over the years.  We hear about her setbacks and bravery in meeting those cha...


Digital Nomads, the self-employed and visas in Europe.

Digital nomads are a large and growing group of geographically flexible, self-employed or freelance workers.  If you are one of this fortunate group for whom fast internet (and, maybe cheap coff...


My year in New Zealand on a working holiday visa

Are you itching to get out of your country for a while but still need to support yourself financially? If your answer is, “YES!” then you will enjoy today’s interview with Dian...


Life as a professional travel blogger

As a devoted reader of blogs and all things digitally printed, we often come across the ever-mysterious travel blogger. As we lose ourselves in a travel blogger’s post about their latest countr...


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