Hudson, Wisc. (PRWEB) January 24, 2012
Native Foreigner, an online community for travelers returning from an extended trip abroad, has just launched the first issue of its quarterly magazine, Native Foreigner Magazine. This digital-only magazine is designed for international travelers who are experiencing reverse culture shock and would like to share their stories, photos and videos from their time abroad. In addition, travelers can connect with one another through the online community at http://www.nativeforeignermag.com.
Native Foreigner Magazine includes personal travel articles, recipes, photos and information about upcoming events. The digital concept is not only interactive, but it gives subscribers quick and easy access to content. Various versions, including a flip-page design, tablet-friendly versions, downloadable pdfs and text-based articles make it easy for users to choose the format most suited to their needs.
“After returning to the United States after a year-and-a-half living in Costa Rica, I realized that there are very few resources for travelers adjusting to life back home,” says editor-in-chief Lindsay Hartfiel. “Native Foreigner was created as a support community for those international travelers who want to connect with others and share their experiences as they make the transition home.”
In addition to the magazine, Native Foreigner features a blog that is regularly updated with information about ways to cope with reverse culture shock as well as news pertaining to international travel. Travelers can also submit photos, videos and recipes that will be posted online.
About Native Foreigner
Native Foreigner was launched in January 2012 as a resource for those returning home after a significant amount of time abroad. Native Foreigner is published quarterly and is the primary resource for returning international travelers. Both single-issue and annual subscriptions are available.