ETW #7 Expat Life Fact & Fiction | Interview with Helene Sula

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Another way to see more of the world is to spend time living overseas. Since it’s a complicated process our guest this week, Helene Sula, is on the show to share what it’s really like to be an expat, both good and bad.

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  Helene quit the corporate world and packed up two suitcases, two dogs, and she and her husband moved from Dallas, Texas to Heidelberg, Germany- a country she’d never stepped foot in. The purpose was to travel Europe, write about her travels, and encourage others to live out their  dreams. She is a full time blogger who has a passion for photography and capturing the moment. She has helped thousands of other bloggers build and grow their brand through tried and tested strategies she learned while working in digital brand strategy, social media marketing, and  marketing. Helene has been featured on national and international TV, radio, and publications.

You can find Helene on her blog, Helene in Between, as well as on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.

Although I’ve never lived full-time overseas, I’m very curious about the experience and would certainly consider it if the right opportunity arose. Since Helene moved to Germany, she’s written a number of articles sharing what the experience is like including these fun reads:

 

Why I Moved to Germany

The Truth About Moving Abroad

Want to Move Abroad? These 15 Surprising Things Will Happen

10 Things No One Tells You When You Drop Everything and Move Across the World

What I Hate About Living Abroad

Why We’re Moving Back to America

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By: Matt Long

Matt has a true passion for travel. As someone who has a bad case of the travel bug, Matt travels the world in order to share tips on where to go, what to see and how to experience the best the world has to offer. Also follow Matt on Twitter, Facebook and

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