MISC Magazine | Living Multi-Locally

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Living Multi-Locally is a style of our modern world? A recent article in MISC: “We don’t stand still anymore. We move our homes regularly, make frequent decisions about our future and are constantly seeking what’s next. Today, our lives are … Continue reading

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Quel est le profil des expatriés français ?

Le Monde.fr | 17.10.2014 à 10h49 • Mis à jour le 17.10.2014 à 12h07 | Par Romain Geoffroy et Camille Bordenet Convaincue que la France perdait ses « forces vives », l’UMP avait demandé, le 9 avril, la création d’une commission d’enquête parlementaire … Continue reading

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Résidences secondaires en Suisse: les contrôles de présence pas du goût de tous

Reportage de Rhône FM du 15.09.2014, repris par Annick Muller-Cervantes de l’ Union Suisse des Professionnels de l’Immobilier (USPI) http://www.rhonefm.ch/fr/news/site//residences-secondaires-les-controles-de-presence-pas-du-gout-de-tous-152518

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Résidences secondaires en Suisse: la Lex Weber continue de faire débat (RTS-Podcast de juillet 2014)

         

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Conf: After the Dortmunder conference on multilocality, an article of Lea Ferno

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<<Households are called “multilocal” when their members live in different places. In countries as far apart as China, South Africa and Moldova, many people work and stay in places that they do not consider their home. In 2012, according to … Continue reading

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Book: Mobil und doppelt sesshaft Studien zur residenziellen Multilokalität

Peter Weichhart und Peter A. Rumpolt (Hrsg.) Mobil und doppelt sesshaft Studien zur residenziellen Multilokalität Wien 2014, Erscheinungstermin: November 2014, ca. 300 Seiten (ABHANDLUNGEN ZUR GEOGRAPHIE UND REGIONALFORSCHUNG • BAND 18) ISBN: 978-3-900830-85-4 Bestellung: Tel. +43 / 1 / 4277 … Continue reading

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Split couples in housing bind

Hundreds of separated WA couples live together as high rents mean neither can afford to leave.

 

Ms Lawrence said about half of the families who contacted it were of fly-in, fly-out workers, some unable to afford a second household. She said issues facing FIFO families had existed for years but were only now gaining attention, especially the need for early intervention while the family was intact.

Despite big incomes, they often had big debts and then faced child support and a mortgage on a home where no one lived three weeks at a time.

The person who stayed at home often could not work because of the FIFO worker’s shifts and had no income when the relationship broke down.

Kylie Dunjey, of Relationships Australia, said the number of separated couples under the same roof spiked during the global financial crisis and had not abated, particularly as jobs and wages in WA’s mining sector declined.

Source: au.news.yahoo.com

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Are you considering “living apart together” for your retirement years?

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LAT as retirement lifestyle: a blogpost by Dee Cascio

Originally posted on Retirement Lifestyle Strategies:

As I work with couples who are in the pre-retirement life transition, many have no idea what their spouse is thinking, longing for, or dreaming about when it comes to their retirement lifestyle and where to retire. Some have such diverse interests, they are actually considering living apart together, which means living in different places for periods of time, or maybe indefinitely, while remaining in a relationship.

At this life stage, there are no buffers or distractions, because the children are gone, spouses aren’t climbing the corporate ladder, and most of us have come to a place of accepting ourselves and the life we’ve created. After spending all these years together and working out other challenges, living apart together has the potential to threaten your marriage and actually cause divorce. Having these important conversations before retirement about topics that will affect the rest of your lives will prevent a lot…

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Women’s agency in living apart together: constraint, strategy and vulnerability – Duncan – 2014 – The Sociological Review – Wiley Online Library

Women’s agency in living apart together: constraint, strategy and vulnerability: Recent research suggests that… http://t.co/tgXZPzeh71

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TransRe Project on Twitter: “Luise & Kayly at the “Multilocality in the Global South and North” conference at @TU_Dortmund http://t.co/WfyKhxMsyN”

Luise & Kayly at the “Multilocality in the Global South and North” conference at @TU_Dortmund http://t.co/WfyKhxMsyN

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