Families Thriving Abroad
The step by step process that will support
you and your family to thrive on foreign shores
In this 8 week online program you will discover the key steps to take to ensure you and your family thrive when you move abroad.
Finally know exactly what you can do to ensure your family settles quickly and starts making the most of the new opportunities, without the confusion or overwhelm!
You’re a parent embarking on an experience in a country that is not your own. You love your family dearly and you’re wondering what this move will ‘do to them’. You want to feel confident about your decision to move abroad, know how you can support your family, and finally enjoy the experience without the stress and overwhelm.
A parent about to embark on your first move to a new country, you’ve had the discussions with your partner and you feel this is a great opportunity, but you’re worried about the impact the move might have on you and your kids.
A parent who has recently moved to a new country, you’re slowly finding your way and starting to feel settled, but you wish there was a way to make the transition faster and easier.
A parent who has moved often, but finding it’s getting harder not easier with each move, you are looking for support and guidance on what to focus on and how to get the most out of each new experience.
You’re in the right place and I’m going to tell you exactly how “FamiliesThriving Abroad” will give you the tools, direction and unparalleled support on your journey to finally feeling settled in your new country!
By the end of this program, you will have:
Completed the steps that will ensure you and your family feel settled, faster!
Created a plan for yourself and know how to support your family when times do get tough
A comprehensive list of tips and tricks that will make your experience living abroad better than ever
Developed confidence in yourself as a parent, and know exactly how you can best support your kids
Leveraged a mix of online tools and apps to make your life abroad easier
Implemented an action plan that will ensure you get the most out of your experience abroad
Know how to parent in a foreign context without losing a sense of yourself
“My biggest concern was helping my daughter transition. Families Thriving Abroad was very helpful and provided me the opportunity to talk about it in a non judging atmosphere. The resources provided were great. And I found other mums who were having similar issues. Families Thriving Abroad is a great way to connect and also make a successful transition to a new culture.”
“I was stressed about my kids, I was constantly worried about their school lives and their well being. Families Thriving Abroad helped me to drop the guilty feelings, I know I am not the only one with this concern and I can trust that it will all be alright in the end. The fact that I could ask someone was nice, especially because people have kids in the same age groups. It provides a better start to expat life and even when this expat life has already started, you can still learn so much!” - Marlies
“I was exhausted! I have learned to focus more on myself. We have so much in common. We can help each other and I have someone to talk to. I am more relaxed and happier now, and that makes my kids happier too!” - Heather
“Before starting with the support group I was worried about arriving in a new country, supporting and sorting my family needs, making new friends, and finding time and things for me. The support group gave me focus and time along with the resources to help me”. - Emma
“I was struggling with feeling settled. Families Thriving Abroad helped me to know my problems were not unique. It is very helpful if you’ve just arrived in a new place and are wondering how to connect with people. The issues discussed broaden the usual conversation topics, so you’ll get more in depth feedback too.” - Jessica
The Basics Of Moving Abroad
Knowing and understanding the essentials of moving to a new country ensures you not only stay safe, but that you have the basics to start enjoying each new experience. The good news is, there are simple things you can do even before you depart your home country that will make everything easier.
- Learn the arrival essentials
- Identify the potential risks and learn how to mitigate them
- Know the best ways to start exploring your new home
Finding Your Tribe
One of the hardest aspects of moving countries is the feeling that you’re leaving everyone behind – your friends, your family, your normal support network. But you need not feel alone, finding your new tribe can actually happen really quickly, once you know where to look and how to connect.
- Identify the opportunities to create new connections
- Understand how to foster new relationships
- Know what tricks you can use to support your ‘whole’ family make new connections
The Necessity of Self Care
Self care is not a luxury, it is not something that can be ignored. If you don’t take care of yourself, you have nothing left in reserve for your family when they need you most.
- Learn why self care is so important when you life the expat life
- Understand what self care really looks like
- Identify ways you can take the pressure off yourself
Parenting in any situation is difficult, add living in a foreign context and there are days it can be completely overwhelming. But you need not let the overwhelm control you, there are simple tricks that can make life much easier and far more enjoyable. Your kids will thank you for it too!
- Learn how to respond instead of react
- Plan for the messy moments of parenting
- Know the pitfalls AND the opportunities social media present
Supporting Your Family
One of the biggest fears of moving to a new country is the impact the move will have on your kids. Rest assured, you are not ‘damaging’ your kids by moving to another country. In fact, they are likely to be more resilient as a result. But there are steps you can take to ensure your family gets the right support when they need it most.
- Understand the different levels of support needed
- Learn how to create your new normal
- Know the importance of creating memories
There is nothing worse than the feeling of loss. Perhaps you gave up your career for this move. Perhaps you see it as an opportunity to have more time with your kids. Perhaps you were looking for a change, but you weren’t sure what it looked like. Finding purpose in your life adds focus and positive energy to your experience abroad and I will guide you to explore what that might be for you.
- Learn more about purpose and what it actually is
- Know where you want to make an impact
- Start to create your own sense of purpose
Living in a foreign country can be challenging, not only because of the cultural differences but also because it’s so hard to say the things you really need or want to say. I call these courageous conversations, and I guarantee you will need to have these from time to time, so it’s important to know how to have one before you need to!
- Learn about what a courageous conversation looks like
- Get tips, tricks and phrases that will put you in good stead for your own conversations
- Understand how having important family conversations might change in a foreign context
Dealing With Overwhelm
There are days when you just can’t do anymore. Life gets too hard, too tough, whether you’re living in your home country or abroad. It’s Ok, this is normal. The good news is, there are steps you can take to manage and reduce the overwhelm you experience.
- Learn the secret to managing overwhelm
- Understand the simple steps you can take to reduce stress
- Know your own mindset and learn how to shift it
Plus, You'll Be Backed By A Risk Free 30 Day Guarantee
If you don’t feel totally confident and motivated by the work you are doing, simply reach out, explain in writing why you feel it’s not a good fit for you, and I’ll refund your investment. Full details here >>
- 8 modules that will work through the specific steps you can take to ensure you make the most of the experience for yourself and your family
- A complete step by step process that will not only support you to take care of yourself, but your family too
- A proven system that will support you to settle more easier and faster, allowing you to finally show up for yourself and your family the way you’ve always wanted to
You’ll be given access to one module per week so that you have ample time to dive into the lessons and execute that portion of the learning BEFORE moving onto the next.
I do this to protect your time, attention and focus while sparing you from the intense overwhelm that stops most parents in their tracks.
Plus these bonuses to help you create unstoppable momentum (and keep it) right until you feel at home in your new location!
2 Private Coaching Sessions
Get personalised support when you need it most.
(A NZ$400 value)
What you’ll get:
- 2 Private coaching sessions when you need tailored support the most. I recommend Week 3 and Week 8, but we will agree the best timing for you
- Each coaching session is 45 minutes and will be tailored to you and your needs
Lifetime Access To The Private Facebook Group
Get support and guidance throughout the course, and beyond. Because this is such a supportive community, this will feel like your second family.
(A NZ$288 value)
What you’ll get:
- Lifetime support and connection with like minded families
- Ongoing guidance and support from yours truly
- Ask questions, share wins, seek support - it’s up to you
Printable Workbooks to Support Your Move Abroad
In addition to the amazing tools and resources already offered within the 8 week course, you get access to workbooks that you can print and use to support your move.
(A NZ$75 value)
What you’ll get:
- My Personal Moving Notebook
- Hiring Domestic Staff Handbook
- Time & Energy Cheat Sheet
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It sounds good, but I’m already so overwhelmed with my life right now. Are you sure I can do this?
It feels like a big investment, I’m not sure I can afford it right now?
What’s included in the course?
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You are worried about the move… like… really worried.
Whether you have just made your first move to a new country, or you moved recently and are still settling in, it’s highly like you are worried about the impact the move is going to have on you, on your family, on your relationships.
And that’s actually very normal, but in truth you need not worry. There are really simple steps you can take that will not only support you, but your whole family to settle well into your new life abroad.
But most of all, you want to really make the most of the opportunities and the experiences that you are going to have.
That’s why you’re motivated beyond measure to invest the next 8 weeks in supporting yourself and your family to settle well, and quickly.
You’re so ready to “step up for your family”
You recognise that this is the perfect opportunity for you to learn how to and have confidence in how you can best support your family.
You’re not afraid to put in the effort. The only thing that scares you is wasted ‘effort’. But, if anyone can do this, it’s you!
You’d expect this type of step by step course to sell for much more of an investment. In fact, when you factor in all the bonuses you will get you are totally unwilling to let this opportunity slip by.
That’s all I’ve got..
If any of these motivating factors have got you nodding your head, I almost insist that you start today with the 30 day risk free shot.
“I felt like I was in a ball pit, all the balls were in the air and I just had to grab what I could. With Families Thriving Abroad, I realise you have to give yourself time to settle and prioritise. Recognise that you can change some things, but some is outside your realm and you have to let it go.” - An Expat Mum
I personally cannot wait to guide you over these next 8 weeks…
My husband and I have spent the past 12 years in Asia and I have been an expat for over 20 years. Both our daughters were born in India, and raising our family in a foreign context has literally transformed my life and theirs.
I’ve experienced first hand what it feels like to move your family and settle them into a new country. Not once, not twice, but every 2 years we have moved! If you are a parent, and you find yourself wanting to provide better support to your family, you owe it to yourself to at least take a risk free plunge to see what you can do differently. And with that plunge experience first hand the richness that living abroad offers you and your family.
Should you choose to accept my invitation, I personally guarantee that these next 8 weeks will be completely and utterly life changing for you and your family.
I look forward to meeting you personally inside Families Thriving Abroad.