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Keep in touch with your new friends

When you come back to your home country you want to keep in touch with as many as possible. Easiest way is of course through internet and apps.

It is not always easy to have friends over distance. You will notice that time runs away and you haven’t talked to all friends that you would liked to. A tip is then to do small things that mean a lot, like sending them a card on there birthdays or holidays. Of course you will choose how to keep in touch with your friends, but whatever you do, don’t forget them! It is not everybody who has friends all over the world!

Do you have any tips on how to keep in touch with your friends and family?

Email your tips to oscar@exchangestudentworld.com and I will publish it here.

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