Cambodia, Expat, lifestyle, Phnom Penh, Travel



Over the past few months, I’ve gotten a number of emails, inquiries, and calls regarding work at Ladies Magazine. Since it’s now been seven months since I’ve left my post as Managing Editor- I figure I would throw it out there via blog that I am no longer an employee there after deciding to move forward into a different industry.

Now -as mentioned in several previous posts- which leads me to think that no one asking about Ladies really reads this thing anyway- I work for an insurance company, Forte, which has been successfully in business since 2000 and is now the leader in insurance coverage in Cambodia.

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Cambodia, Phnom Penh, Travel

Move to Cambodia.

Planning things is important to me. I really like lists, of the shopping and to-do variety in particular, and I feel like I’m missing an extremity when I don’t have my planner (paper! oldschool!) at hand. So when I decided firmly that I wanted to move to Cambodia, I spent hours online searching for blogs (Dear Lady Expat) and resources that would help me plan as much as possible for my future expat life to be.

Move to Cambodia

I now know that its a bit ridiculous to try to understand the life you may lead across the world and that all the knowledge gleaned doesn’t really make all that big of a difference once you’re there. However, it would have given me some peace of mind if I had been a little more sleuth savvy and found Move to Cambodia by Lina Goldberg.

This read, a perfect 200 pages, is the expat’s field guide to life in Cambodia. Whether giving a detailed yet interesting overview of Khmer history and culture or helping give an idea about cost of living, Move to Cambodia should be the number one purchase item for anyone interested in picking up from their current lives and exploring life in the Kingdom of Wonder.

Now if only I could get some of my best friends to move out here…

Order a copy on Amazon for only $11.66 or pop it onto your Kindle for a steal at $6.99.