Expat Focus: Does being an expat corrupt your mind?

How have you been corrupted? Photo by liquidnight

How have you been corrupted?
Photo by liquidnight

It does to me. Living abroad has affected my habits, personality, and morals in a number of ways. When I first arrived in Sevilla I was hell bent on learning as much as possible about Spain, its culture, and people. I certainly have done, but in the meantime I’ve even changed my own outlook on life, and started doing things that I never thought I would, and not all for good.

Sound familiar? Interested in reading more? Then have a look at my monthly column on Expat Focus titled How has living abroad corrupted your mind? In the article I focus on aspects such as being false, moaning, coffee, and how I speak. Hopefully you can relate.

Expat Focus is a great website and has loads of articles written by expats from all over the world. It’s worth subscribing for their free newsletter too. I’ll be writing for them every month so make sure you follow me if you’re interested in life as an expat in Spain.

2 thoughts on “Expat Focus: Does being an expat corrupt your mind?

  1. Hi Bazza! (Can I call you Bazza?)
    I’d say that it totes does corrupt many expats, but only in that it brings out pre-existing, latent corruption. So only if it was already there, waiting to emerge. You know, people who were already a bit crap. Not me, o/c.
    EJ x

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