Global Career coach for Expat Partners 



Live a meaningful life abroad!

Expat Partner Career Coach Heidi wants you to live a meaningful life,
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 a meaningful life too?
Give your expat life a boost and start today!

You can start with the free download on top of this page.
It is filled with questions, it makes you think about your current life.
It can be the start of a change in your daily routines.

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

Expat Life

Expat life 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.
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 for all 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 fine too! After all, you have to feel satisfied and happy with your choices in life.

Expat Partner Career coach Heidi will help you with your:

Over the past 10 years, I have coached hundreds of Expat Partners, don't wait for a better day to start, do it today. Pick up the phone and give me a call. You know that something needs to change, so do it!

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Saying YES, saying NO

Geschreven door Heidi Los

Many people struggle with those two words.


Saying yes is so easy; it’s only a three-letter word. Sometimes you say yes before you even know it, without thinking about the consequences. Why is it harder to use the two-letter word -NO- instead?

Do you also think it’s easier to say yes than no?

What was the last thing you said yes to?

Did it bring you a lot of good stuff?

Was it a positive experience?

These are just a few questions I have for you.

I have a nature to say yes to help other people. When I do so I (sometimes) forget about myself. We do want to help and research says it is rewarding to help others. I think there is truth in this, of course, but it helps if you have a clear vision of your own needs in life. Or can you live a life by only giving? Share your thoughts with me!

One friend of mine is really good in this.  She knows what she wants and she knows what she doesn’t want.  She knows her boundaries as well.  She knows what she needs to live a balanced life.  I think that is it.  What do I learn from her?  I think you have to know what you need for yourself and stick to that.  So, what is it you need for yourself?  Is it -for example- going back to bed early in the evening?  Then do so, honor you own needs and don’t forget, don’t cross that line over and over again.  Just go to bed.

Here are more questions for you:

You are helping your partner with his job by staying home, right?

You take care of the children while living abroad, right?

Saying yes to this implies a no too. What is your answer to this?

Share your thoughts with me, I am asking you to let me know.  Give me a few lines, it will help you (and me as well).  Click here and you can send me an email.  I am curious how this works for you.  I am very thankful if you help me with this.  So, say yes to me by sharing your thoughts on this one. Click here.  Thank you so much!

Have a wonderful day,



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