Expat Partner Career Coach


Expat Partner Career Coach Heidi wants you to live a meaningful life abroad,

so you can flourish in your own unique way!

Every time you move, even if it's the second or third time, you have to restructure your life, personally and socially. You have to rethink your daily routines, sort out possible options for work or day activities.


You better spend some time redesigning your life, otherwise, you will see yourself moving to the next place again!

Do you want to live a meaningful life?

Give your Expat life a boost and start today!


You can start with the free download (called Passport) on the right side of this page.

It is filled with questions, which will evoke you to think about your current life abroad.

It can be the start of a change in your daily routine, and the way you fill your days with activities.

You might want to pursue a career abroad as well.


You can also read my blogs about living a happy life abroad.


Expat Partner


Expat life as an Expat Partner can be really nice and stressful at the same time.

Especially when you are the partner of the working International.

Many Expat Partners have to stop working when they cross borders.

They have to give up, or at least pause, their own career to make the transition possible.

Some like it and yet many Expat Partners want to return to their job, at some point.

The fact that your own career is on hold for a while, is frustrating for many Expat Partners. How is that for you?

You are at the right place if you are living abroad, and you want to live a meaningful life again.

Let me listen to your story so I can help you in the best possible way.


Connect with me if you want a free 15-minute call to find out what you need.


A career coach for Expat Partners?


To become a happy Expat Partner, having a career is not always the solution. Some Expat Partners just want to take care of their families, that is totally fine too! After all, you have to feel satisfied and happy with your choices in life. Take the chance that you get, to spend more time with your family. It's OK to do so, but be convinced about your choice, and be proud of this decision too. With your head up in the air. 


If you want to make sure your career is not on a standstill, Expat Partner Career coach Heidi will help you with your:



I have coached hundreds of Expat Partners, over the past years, with great enthusiasm and success. Don't wait for a better day to start, do it today. Pick up the phone and give me a call or drop me an email. If you know that something needs to change, do it, now!


Your social life: down to zero!

Geschreven door Heidi Los

This article will give you practical tips for a great social life in your new social life abroad.

Getting a new social life is -for many people- goal number 1 when they move abroad.
Your social life will change dramatically, actually right from the moment you decide to live abroad.
In your home country, before the move, you will be busy arranging the move.
You will have less time for social activities. 

In the new country, you simply don’t know anybody, your social life will go down to zero….
All of a sudden, you see it as your new task to expand your social life, for you (and your hard-working partner).
you have to build up a healthy and lively new social network.

What happens to your social life when you move abroad

A lively and safe social network turned into a chaotic or non-existing social network.
You now have to deal with settling in, unpack boxes, finding your way around.
Taking care of your children and partner will be your main focus for some time.
In multiple ways, your help is needed, which will cost you a lot of time and energy.
In the meantime, you have to start growing your social network.

.What you can do to build up your social life abroad

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

What can you do?

  • introduce yourself to your new neighbors
  • find interesting groups (on- and offline)
  • do volunteer work
  • search for a job
  • offer your helping hands at your children’s’ school
  • go back to school yourself
  • pick up a hobby, with others
  • step out of your comfort zone.

A new social life for you!

First, let me explain ‘step out your comfort zone’.
This sounds logical, but in fact, it’s really hard to do so.

My friends know schoolyards are really difficult for me.
Too many people and their emotions at the same time.
So much energy bundled up in a relatively small spot.
The energy of both the children, teachers, and parents.
I tend to avoid schoolyards, I just don’t like it.
Staying a bit longer in the schoolyard to me is stepping out of my comfort zone.
And I did face many of those moments because I have learned that the schoolyard is an easy way to connect with new people.
A way to build on my new social life while living abroad.

You might recognize the schoolyard setting and the uncomfortable feeling you get there.
Others will experience other challenges.
Maybe you think you are the only one that feels shy in the new place.
Instead, if you think twice and if you are honest with yourself, you know you are not.
By the time I realized we are all in the same boat, I stepped out of my comfort zone and spend some time hanging around the schoolyard.
I’ve made new friendships there, in the end, it helped me to build up a new network.
I was able to grow my social life by stepping out of my comfort zone.

What about your comfort zone?

What is your comfort zone look like, and what is outside that zone?
Can you define what is difficult for you?
More importantly, are you aware of the benefits of stepping out of your comfort zone?
Are you able to let go, step out of your comfort zone and just go for it?

I am curious to hear about your experiences and learnings.
Great if you want to share your story.

I wish you a great new social life in your new setting!

Do you want more inspiration?

Read my other blogs for example about living a happy life abroad.

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