Meet six inspirational female expats in honour of International Women’s Day

Thursday 8th March marks International Women’s Day - the day that celebrates the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women around the world! And for those of us celebrating in the UK, this year’s International Women’s Day is particularly special as 2018 marked 100 years since some women in the UK were granted suffrage

Spring into March with four festivals from around the globe!

One word: SPRING! That’s right, warmer weather, lighter evenings and blossoming trees are coming soon to a neighbourhood near you! So it’s time to ditch the gloves and scarves, dust off your Converse and allow your ankles to feel the breeze for the first time in months... And we’re not the only ones excited by

Our Top 4 Tips on Maintaining Friendships

Do you remember when you said you will be best friends forever? When you and your childhood best friend used to spend every day together? As you grow older, maintaining meaningful relationships with your friends becomes more difficult. Whether it’s the responsibility of a full-time job, family engagements, or all the other commitments adulthood brings,

9 mobile apps that will help you to keep your New Year’s resolutions

Determined to keep those New Year’s resolutions this year?! No problemo! You may be miles away from the family and friends who usually keep you on track - with elbow nudges and cries of, “Step AWAY from the muffin!” - but that doesn’t have to mean you’re set for a New Year’s resolution fail. Here

Merry #ExpatChristmas: our guide to celebrating Christmas in the UK

It’s getting darker, colder and frostier and you’ve all but ruined your favourite pair of trainers getting caught out in a snowstorm... Yep, the Christmas season is upon us!   Spending Christmas away from home doesn’t mean it can’t be fun! We’ve listed our five steps to celebrating Christmas in the UK - for the

Magical Christmas traditions across the world!

Christmas traditions - funny things, aren’t they? What comes first in your house, presents or the Christmas dinner? Do you have stockings or sacks? And hands up if your whole family wear matching Christmas pyjamas on Christmas Day? Oh - that last one’s just us then... But seriously, Christmas traditions not only differ from household

Settling in – sorted! Everything you need to do for life in the UK

From leaving home and learning a new language to starting uni and making new friends - starting afresh is daunting! And it’s difficult to know where to start when setting up your new life... Thankfully Lebara Mobile are here with a little helping hand on where to get started, from the practical things like setting

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