How to become an expatriating smartphone user in India


I want to introduce myself to my fellow expats in India.

I want to take advantage of the fact that our country has a lot of expats.

We’re always looking for ways to travel for work or social events and we like to stay close to family and friends.

But we can’t always do it the way they do.

We have to take care of ourselves and try to be careful about what we consume, but at the same time we also want to travel without being too strict about what things we put on our bodies.

There are so many expats who have the mindset of, “Oh, I’ll go out with my friends and spend time with my family.”

This mindset doesn’t necessarily translate into good habits or habits of being a productive member of society.

This is why, even if we do get a bit more time together, we still tend to get distracted by social media.

There’s just too much going on, and our minds can’t keep up.

We have to make the effort to not let this overwhelm us.

I’m always telling people, “I don’t really want to be distracted by that stuff.

I want everything to be right where it needs to be.”

But we have to also make the best of it.

If we keep taking things to heart, we can keep ourselves on top of the things that really matter.

I’m very proud of how we’ve managed to become a very productive expat community in India, and I’m very grateful to my wife and my parents for supporting me as an expat.

We’ve been able to travel abroad for different reasons, but it’s still very hard to find a balance in terms of what we enjoy and what we’re doing.