The Road Taken: How to Dream, Plan, and Live Your Family Adventure Abroad Michelle Damiani Author
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Imagine for a moment taking your family on the global adventure of a lifetime. What might that look like? Gathering at a bistro with locals after the school play in your French village? Swapping stories with fellow expat parents at your children's International School in Beijing? Making sand angels with your children in the Sahara desert under a heavy moon?With captivating storytelling and innovative practical advice The Road Taken: How to Dream, Plan, and Live Your Family Adventure Abroad will guide you to your family dream and then walk you through not only how to get it, but how to manage the side effects of stretching out of your collective comfort zone. Thought provoking chapters on everything from dealing with your children's reactions to finding work abroad to learning the language will embolden you to define your own dream and give it wing. The Road Taken is your how-to manual for creating the experience of a lifetime. It's also the perfect book for those who love thrilling adventure tales and are just looking for ideas to spice up their next family vacation.Author and clinical psychologist Michelle Damiani weaves together her story of moving to an Italian village with the experiences of thirty-six contributors to create what is sure to be the definitive manual for families who crave the bonding and adventure of an international expedition.Because you owe it to yourself and your family to consider discovering the world together.*Fans of Michelle Damiani's bestselling memoir Il Bel Centro: A Year in the Beautiful Center will thrill to the backstory of the family's year in an Italian hill town, as well as discovering what lies behind their next global adventure, and will delight in learning the following contributors' stories--John Ahern--RVed through EuropeElizabeth Ancell--Lives in ItalyAndrea Camerota--Lives in ItalyCanada-to-France Travel Blog--Lives in FranceHeather Carlson--Lived in Italy Kristin Clarens--Lived in Costa Rica, the Netherlands, and ArgentinaLisa Cole--Backpacked around the worldKate Collier--WorldschoolsNicolas Damiani--Lived in ItalyEstelle del Porto--Lives in Italy with children and grandchildrenJulie Despain--WorldschoolsCheryl Falconer--RVing through EuropeSarah Bringhurst Familia--Lives in the NetherlandsRachel Gerson--Lived in SpainNell Goddin--Lived in FranceMarie Fox-Edgar--Lived in PanamaSusan Harwood--Lived in SingaporeNaomi Hattaway--Lived in India and SingaporeJerry Jones--Lives in ChinaKirsty Larmour--Road-tripped through Northern Africa and Central AsiaTania Landin--Road-tripped through EuropeLewis Family--Lived in MalaysiaGabriella Lindsay--Lives in MexicoJennifer Massaro--Sailed the AtlanticNitsa Olivadati--WorldschooledAmanda Ponzio-Mouttaki--Lives in MoroccoAllyson Shames--Lived in BelgiumAllison Sherman--WorldschoolsAlisha Stamp--Lives in KyrgyzstanM'Kenzie Tillotson--WorldschoolsAstrid Vinje--WorldschoolsHeidi Wagoner--Lives in SpainSara Warden--Lived in MoroccoNica Waters--Sailed the Caribbean Melissa Wiringi--Preparing to move to SpainStephanie Yoder--Lives in Italy

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