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The Best Ways to Stay in Touch
with Family Abroad

Numerous options are available
for modern communications from abroad

Living away from family can be difficult. Not being able to see family whenever you please is difficult, especially for those who are used to being in close proximity to family. Living abroad does not have to mean a breaking of family bonds. There are a number of different ways to continue to keep in touch, even when you live thousands of miles away.

Social Media

The first item on the list is social media. Social media was created specifically for the purpose of allowing people to stay in touch with one another. Though channels such as Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram, you and your relatives can follow one another and get regular updates.

There's a verity of ways to communicate
Modern technology gives us numerous options to communicate with our family while abroad, especially via social media and email.

One of the best things about social media is that you can send and receive text and picture updates. Loading items onto social media is easy. With the click of a button you can share a status update or a photograph. You don’t need to be an expert in social media.

Email

Sending email via smart phone
The majority of people abroad these days use smart phones for communications.
Email is slowly becoming the "old" method of contact with the invention of social media. A good email is still a way to keep in contact with family. Emails chains can also be forwarded or have as many recipients as you want, so sharing messages with the entire family is easy.

Facetime

Just because you live in a different country to the rest of your family doesn’t mean you have to live with the memories of what your loved ones look like.

Facetime, available on some mobile phones, allows you to have a conversation and see one another physically. You can also download computer applications that allow the use of a webcam in order to spend time with one another. If you want to feel like you are keeping in good physical contact with one another, Facetime is a good way to go.

Phone Calls

Nothing can replace a good phone call. Make sure you are getting the best deals on calls abroad. Some companies allow for cheap phone calls from one country to another. Be sure to keep an eye on calling plans that allow for international calls, so that you don’t have to worry about receiving an astronomical bill at the end of the month. This way you won’t have to fret about being cut off from calling your loved ones back home.

Keep in touch with your family
If you bring your laptop while staying abroad, you will have many ways at your disposal to stay in touch with your family.

Blogs

Blogs are often thought to be a way to connect with readers who have the same hobbies and interests as you. Blogs can also be a method for families who are interested in keeping in contact to be able to share in the adventures of one another. Blog posts of places and experiences can give your family abroad a glimpse into your life.

Staying in touch with your family members needs to remain a priority if you want to stay close. Social media allows you to make this an easy thing to do every day.

Luckily, technology has made it easy to keep in regular contact with family, no matter what country you are in. Make sure you utilize a variety of methods to stay in contact with your family.

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