More than 20 years & 7 moves as
A HAPPY EXPAT
Tanya Arler shares her knowledge.
The hardest part about being an expat spouse
adapting to a culture, learning a language, or even finding a job.
- although these are not easy tasks -
The hardest part is our inner life.
Losing our identity, lacking direction, losing our support network...
All the while feeling ungrateful because we know how fortunate we are.
I have been there, I understand.
A guide to life as an expat spouse
Drawing from my experience as a Mindset Coach and my own personal journey, I paired up with fellow expat Lana Wimmer to write a practical guide, offering straight-forward answers to your most common dilemmas.
This pick-me-up and put-me-down book was written for that busy new expat spouse on the run that needs answers and needs them fast... YOU.
I have felt inadequate, lonely, questioned my parenting, sunk deep, doubted myself, and didn't have anyone to talk to when times zones weren't in my favor... Seven times.
Now I am here to help.
Download my FREE ebook
A HAPPY EXPAT - A quick guide
Get insight into my 3 mindset pillars for happy expat living, Attitude, Expectation and Identity, and a list of the top 10 realities as life as an expat spouse.
Mindset Coach, Speaker &
Author of UNPACK
As an expat I’ve had highs and lows, but one thing is sure: Life was never boring.
The friendships I’ve forged and the memories I’ve made are truly beyond my wildest dreams. Having said that, there’ve been times where it all felt too hard. I’ve learned that if you give it time, it will pass and life will open up to you again. Sometimes just a small change of perspective is all it takes.
I now dedicate my coaching and writing to helping expat spouses find their footing in this crazy new world. Because really, once you get a hang of it, you too can become A Happy Expat.