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 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.
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!
Maybe not your most favorite topic, yet it’s inportant to be well informed about taxes: Belastingdienst
From refugees to International knowledge workers: the IND assesses all applications from foreigners who want to live in the Netherlands or want to become a Dutch citizen. ind.nl
If you consider moving to Eindhoven, the Netherlands, check out the website of the city of Eindhoven.
Every Dutch person, and everyone living, studying or working in the Netherlands, must have a BSN (Citizen Service Number). As soon as you have been registered in the Key Register of Persons (BRP), you will be issued a BSN (formerly SOFI number). Dutch citizens are given a BSN when the birth is registered. People of other nationalities are automatically issued with a BSN when they register as a resident of the municipality. (source: website of Eindhoven).
If you want a multilingual primary school concept, have a look at the RISE. They have found an inspiring balance between traditional international education and Dutch education. Reigerlaan International School Eindhoven: RISE