Episode040: When you find some flow for your work

Episode 40 y’all! When we started this podcast in January of 2016, we weren’t so sure that it would still be going. But almost 2 years later and 1 summer break, we love that we have a record of our travels and international move from the U.S.A. to Turkey! We hope you will dip into the archives to listen to our past lessons learned!

In Episode040, we continuing sharing about things we are learning and loving in our expat life. This last month was filled with work and language learning. Catie shares some tools that are helping her move forward in travel writing and blogging. Jason shares a couple of new changes in his schedule that have helped him be more productive and enjoy different areas of his work.


And great news! Catie and Jason BOTH have their 2-year visas!


Did you know we have Pinterest? We would love for you to follow us there! Catie creates boards for each trip we take as well as pins recent blog post and podcast episodes there.


Mentioned links:


Catie’s checklists and routines on Google Drive for those who are curious – not sure how helpful they will be!

Not mentioned: Catie’s new tasks list websites and app – TeuxDeux

Bose Noise Cancelling headphones

White Noise App – Our favorite is Autumn Wind

Intentional Conversation Episode


Questions for the listeners:

  • How do you get work done?
  • What secret tools can you share with us?
  • How do you manage multiple projects?

As always, email us your questions and we will answer them in a future episode!


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Recent Posts:

EVENTS: Arkas Sanat Merkezi’s Landscape of Water Exhibition

Going Home Series: 6 practical ways to destress your next expat visit ‘home’

REVIEW: Touring Bangkok’s Floating Markets with LocalGuddy

WRITING: Article featured in SUITCASE Magazine


Current Series: 

EXPAT: Going Home Series – 6 part series

  • The Going Home Series is all about how you can have the best visit back ‘home’. Catie covers both sides of the spectrum to help both those in the native country and those living abroad have an easier time reconnecting and supporting each other.
  • If you are an expat going back to your native country, this is for you!
  • If you are someone who will be visiting returning expats, this is for you too!

GOING HOME SERIES: 10 thoughtful questions to ask your returning expat

GOING HOME SERIES: 8 ways you can bless your returning expats

GOING HOME SERIES: Expats, 5 ways you can help those back ‘home’ understand you better

GOING HOME SERIES: 6 practical ways to destress your next expat visit ‘home’


Stay tuned for upcoming articles:

EVENTS: 2017 Izmir Coffee Festival

TURKEY: Day at Sea PhotoBook

TRAVEL: Randevu in Romania

If you are just now joining in:

We encourage you to go back into the archives and listen back to our first episode.  And we encourage you to go back and listen to Episode009 to help get you up to speed on our big move!

You can also join in on the adventure via Facebook means you will get the first scoop and discussion on new podcasts!


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