Add Your Blog Post!

It’s the last Friday of the month, which means it’s time for the #MyGlobalLife Link-Up!

Read This First

Link-ups are a great way to share your favorite globally-themed blog posts with a new audience, find new blogs, and make new connections.

To that end, please follow these guidelines.

  1. Link to this blog post in your blog post. See below.
  2. Introduce yourself in the comments. I want to meet you!
  3. Visit, “like”, share, and comment on other linked-up blog posts that catch your eye. It’s good blogging karma.

How to Link Up Your Blog Post

1. Click on the little blue “Add Your Link” button at the bottom of the post (between the images and the social media buttons). It looks like this:

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2. Enter your name, blog post url & email. Be sure to link to a specific blog post.
3. Choose your blog image thumbnail.
4. Click “done”. Your image should appear with the others, but if it doesn’t it’s probably in moderation.
5. Go back to your blog post and add a link to this webpage. You can copy/paste this: “Linked to the My Global Life Link-Up at SmallPlanetStudio.com” – and put it at the top or bottom of your post.

Spread the word!

Feel free to use this:

Share YOUR globally-themed blog post TODAY at the #MyGlobalLife Link-Up! http://ow.ly/v73Fl

> CLICK HERE TO TWEET THE ABOVE

or cut and paste text into Facebook, LinkedIn, G+

This link-up will stay open through Sunday at midnight EST.

Questions? Contact me here.

Thanks for being part of the My Global Life Link-Up. I look forward to reading your blog posts!

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About the Author: Cate Brubaker

Dr. Cate Brubaker is a re-entry/repatriation coach, consultant, and author of the Re-Entry Roadmap creative workbook and the Study Abroad Re-entry Toolkit. Cate has lived in Germany, worked and traveled in 36 countries on four continents, and has helped all kinds of globetrotters successfully navigate global transitions for over 20 years.

13 thoughts on “Add Your Blog Post!

  1. Thanks for bringing all these global minds together! Being able to pack up my few things and work remotely was one of my main ambitions when I started my business. The first year, I spent about a month and a half working from Panama and Costa Rica, and this past winter, I moved in with my family in Northern Germany for a bit over a month. The blog post above is from a shorter stay in beautiful Iceland.

    I’ve learned a lot and really developed my ideas during each of these stints. I am a marketing consultant for holistic health care professionals (acupuncturists, massage therapists, yoga teachers, and other stellar people), and the understanding of that field is quite different from one culture to the next. Even more reason to keep exploring!

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