The Expat Repat Podcast
By Lindsey McLean
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The Expat Repat Podcast is for expats, repats, and anyone who's ever considered living abroad. A former American-expat-in-Switzerland, Lindsey McLean found her life turned upside down and her identity entirely erased when she left her expat life and moved back home in 2014. The Expat Repat Podcast explores all the ins and outs of expat life, including the biggest one of all: moving home. Please subscribe so you never miss an episode!
||CleanGlenn and Mari, From Repats to Re-Expats||In this episode I speak with Californian couple, Glenn and Mari, who discuss their repatriation to the US in 2013. Glenn and Mari shared how they hit a glass ceiling in their expat careers, about their adjustment and non-adjustment to life back home,...||1/13/2019||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanAlison Trainer, From Grumpy Expat to Happy Repat||In this episode of the Expat Repat Podcast, I talk with Alison Trainer, Opera Singer, University Professor - and Founder of the wildly popular Grumpy Expat closed Facebook Group. Alison was a grumpy expat and decided to leave her expat life behind and..||1/6/2019||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanChelsea Pyne, American Expat Au Pair in Germany||Chelsea Pyne moved to Germany at the age of 22 as an Au Pair. While she was there, she found love, mastered the German language, and had to leave way before she was ready to go.||11/11/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitKristin Trummer, American-Swiss Expat Repat||In this episode of the Expat Repat Podcast, I speak with Kristin Trummer, a back and forth American Expat Repat with her Swiss husband. We spoke about schooling in another country, the horrors of nostalgia, and shared our best tips for repatriation.||11/4/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
I am thoroughly appreciating the honest and thoughtful conversations about life as an expat and repat and all of the inevitable twists, turns that these experiences bring. Within minutes of starting the first episode I found myself agreeing aloud enthusiastically, "Yes!" and "Oh my gosh, it's so true!" Thank you for launching this fantastic series and please keep the episodes coming!
I may never be a 'repat', but I live my life as an expat and it is so nice to listen to a podcast where people totally *get* your life when many people from 'home' don't. I love the stories! Looking forward to your new episodes!