About the Author: Dr. Cate Brubaker

Dr. Cate Brubaker is on a mission to make re-entry after living abroad a positive, transformational force (even when it’s not easy…especially when it’s not easy)! Cate is the author of the Re-Entry Roadmap workbook and the Study Abroad Re-entry Toolkit. Cate has lived in Germany, worked and traveled in 37 countries on four continents, and has helped all kinds of globetrotters successfully navigate global transitions for over 20 years.

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22 thoughts on “My Global Life Link-Up – Today!”

    • Hi Susan! Thanks for introducing yourself and linking up a blog post. Looking forward to reading it and learning more about your website – Fit Across Cultures sounds intriguing! Have you heard of Nerd Fitness? He’s written about traveling and staying fit on the road.

      • Ha, Cate…no never heard of him. But will check it out. I work with athletes and sports teams as part of my work, so that is where the fitness part comes from 🙂 and I am also a bit of a sports freak. It’s a great way to connect to people abroad actually!

  1. Hi everyone, I shared link #7 above. I’m a book editor, lifestyle coach, and nomad wandering in SE Asia with my Argentine husband (in Bali for the rest of the year!).

    My site Nomadtopia is a hub of information, inspiration, community, and support to create your ideal life, anywhere in the world.

  2. Hi, I’m Sharon from Where’s Sharon. I posted #8 above. I blog primarily about family travel – the good, the bad and the (hopefully not too) ugly! We are Australian and are currently road tripping the US’s Deep South with our one and three year olds. Off to Dominican Republic next week!

  3. hello, everyone – i’m april from essence7 wellness, and i am so happy to be part of this wonderful link-up! i shared link #3 -“assimilation” (where i talk about integrating my nomadic experiences with my everyday life). i am an eating disorder wellness coach and counselor.

    • Hi April! Great topic! It’s often hard to integrate experiences abroad into daily life “back home” so I’m glad to see you writing about this. I love that your goal is “to assimilate the awe into the everyday.”

  4. What a fascinating read!! I’m a Brit in Baltimore and have added my take on ‘Raising Global Nomads.’ Hey if Posh Spice can do it so can I, even without round the clock nannies.

  5. Hi, I’m Stacie, and I shared #11 about the importance of raising global children, especially for those who don’t travel outside their home country much. It can be done and, I believe, an imperative for young people today.

    • Hi Stacie! Another great topic! Wanting to raise global children but not being able to travel or live abroad as much as one would like is something I hear a lot. Glad you’re writing about it!

  6. Hi everyone, I am Angie from AngieKozBlogs. I posted link #12, but somehow my photo never made it. I am a recent empty nester living in Ellicott City, MD. I blog mostly about life in my empty nest, my experiences traveling (overseas and in the U.S.), and swimming/fitness. Follow me on Twitter at 1busyswimchick. I\’ve enjoyed reading all of your posts! Thanks, Cate! The link up is a great idea!

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