Being married to an Australian, having an instant daughter by becoming a step mom, living abroad and running a dual culture household, trying to fit in in Australia. Are you curious to find out more about these? Then today’s episode is for you. We have Nunki fauser on the show today. She is originally from Indonesia and currently lives in Darwin with her Australian husband. She first moved to Australia on a student visa and she is now here via a temporary partner visa. She also runs her own social media management business called Susilo Media. This is again another insightful episode and a peek another aspect of migrant life. Nunki mentioned one thing that she did not do back home in Indonesia but started doing here in order to fit in and she eventually enjoyed. I know you are curious to find out what it is so have fun listening to this episode.
Welcome to season two of Migrant mama in Australia podcast. It has been awhile since I last recorded an episode and a lot of things has happened since we moved here in Australia. For the first episode of this podcast’s season two, I will share an update on how is our life here in Australia so far. Do I still like it here? Any regrets expectations versus reality moments? And how is life in Rockhampton in particular, if you want a glimpse of a migrant’s first year here, down under, then please listen to this episode.
Listen to this episode and learn from Shilpa Agarwal who is originally from Mumbai, India and has been living in Australia since 2014. She works full time running her successful book coaching business and wrote the book want solution which helps readers to follow their dreams and take chances! We discussed life in Adelaide, life as an Indian migrant in Australia, how she preserves her culture while still adapting to the Aussie culture, taking risks and making your dreams come true!
In this episode we discussed:
Shilpa’s migration story and why she migrated
Maing friends and building connections
Living in Adelaide
Adapting to the Australian culture while preserving Indian traditions