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"Chatting with the Flo"

Make your expat life the life you deserve and the life you dream of.

If you're an expat and want to discuss challenges, wins & decisions you need to make feel supported and understood, join me online every Tuesdays and Fridays for a safe and confidential group chat. 


- discussing expat situations

- sharing emotions

- exchanging feelings about challenges and successes

- supporting each other by exchanging personal experiences

- tips & anecdotes

- bonding with people that are just like you

- not feeling alone


- small group: 5 guests per session 

- participants: actual & futur expats 

- conversation between like minded people, living similar situation

- no recording for confidential purpose


- Led by an expat expert: 25 years around the world

- I am an expat coach & author: ACC certified coach & Author of "Expat Wife, Happy Life! the Journey of a Serial Expat"

- I am passionate by helping expat women to live a happy life!

- I am a Member & Advisory Board member of an expat community Coffee With an Expat

- Member of Female Fusion


15 minutes welcome and fast check-in

45 minutes exchange

Where: online zoom 

When: Tuedsdays & Fridays


Confidential: "What's said in the room stays in the room" 

"Speak only from experience"

No judgmental & no threatening

Participate :)))))

Themes we'll explore: 

  • Relationships

  • Family life

  • Health

  • Finances

  • Business of career

  • Your home 

  • Spiritual well-being

Changes, transitions, emotions, 

You will go away with: (ref Karyn Week 2)

 - new skills / we want to empower our participants

( by the time you'll graduate from the mastermind, you'll be empowered by new skills) 

- you'll have an action plan

Group etiquette: ref p7

You must remember that you are still responsible for your own success. 

If you relate to any of those feelings, this chat is definitely for you...

Expatriation, or the act of living outside one's home country, can elicit a wide range of emotions depending on the individual's experience. However, some common feelings that many expatriates report experiencing include:

  1. Culture shock: Adjusting to a new culture, customs, and language can be overwhelming and cause feelings of disorientation, confusion, and frustration.

  2. Homesickness: Being away from family and friends, familiar places, and routines can trigger feelings of sadness, nostalgia, and longing.

  3. Loneliness: Building a new social network takes time and effort, and expatriates may feel isolated and disconnected from others.

  4. Excitement: Living in a new country can also be thrilling and exhilarating, as one gets to explore new places, try new foods, and learn about different ways of life.

  5. Anxiety: Adapting to a new environment, navigating bureaucracy, and dealing with unfamiliar situations can cause stress and anxiety.

  6. Gratitude: Expatriates may appreciate the opportunities and experiences that come with living abroad, and develop a deeper appreciation for their home country.

  7. Ambivalence: Some expatriates may have mixed feelings about their decision to move abroad, feeling both excitement and regret, and grappling with the trade-offs and sacrifices that come with living far from home.

Overall, expatriation can be a complex and emotional experience, and it is important for individuals to take care of themselves and seek support when needed.

Regenerate response


Tuesdays: 9 pm Dubai (1hour)

11:00 AM Mexico 

12:00 PM Central / Chicago (-9h)

1:00 PM Eastern / New-York (-8h)

2:00 PM Sao Paulo

10:00 AM Pacific / Los Angeles (-11h)

6:00 PM London / Dublin (-3h)

7:00 PM Paris / Munich (-2h)


Fridays: 9 am Dubai (1hour)

10:30 AM New Delhi (+1.30h) 

12:00 PM Bangkok / Jakarta (+3h)

1:00 PM Hong Kong (+4h)

4:00 PM Sydney (+6h)

Zoom: I'll share the link after registration


Registration Form:

We’d love to see you at our next chat...
How will you attend?
Is this your first time attending?

Thanks for registering. See you there!


Confidential: "What's said in the room stays in the room" 

"Speak only from experience"

No judgmental & no threatening

Participate :)))))

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