Today I’m being featured in a series on the daily reality of expat life on my friend Clara’s blog The Expat Partner’s Survival Guide.  The idea of the series is to show what really goes on in an expat’s life – the nitty gritty ordinary stuff that never gets written about, to debunk the myth that it’s all cocktail parties, long lunches and domestic help.

It starts like this….

Day in my life | Lou Messugo

I get up at 7.30 but my day really starts around 8.15 after the kids have gone to school when I have a calm breakfast on my own usually consisting of a Franco-British combo of toasted leftover baguette “tartines” with marmite, some fruit and a coffee. At this time of year I eat it outside on the terrace.

If you’d like to have a stickybeak at what a regular day is like in my life, running a gîte in the South of France, then click through to A day in my expat life (scroll down to #1 in the series) and have a nosey.  Tell Clara I sent you and show her some love.

Clara, by the way, has written an excellent book to help expat partners prepare, settle, survive and thrive in foreign locations which I can’t recommend more highly for anyone contemplating a move or relocating. You can buy a copy through her website.

If, like me, you enjoy finding out more about the person behind the blog (this blog, ie me!) you might also like this article:

Rendezvous with Rovers on Reflections Enroute

Plenty more like this can be found here too:

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Happy reading!

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