Category Archives: Guest Blog Posts

Did You Really Say, “Far Out, Man?”

“You’re a living history lesson,” the lad will say as I scoop another portion of Metamucil. “Is it OK to pop some questions?” Continue reading

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Free Money From the IRS – Child Tax Credit

For many expat families with children under 17 years of age, it is possible to get a “refund” from the IRS without having paid any U.S. taxes. This wonderful subsidy is called the Child Tax Credit. Continue reading

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House Sitting – Travel the World and Your Lodging Is Free

Is house sitting for you? If you are flexible, and enjoy discovery and adventure, then it could be a fabulous way to travel for less cost. Continue reading

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Men and Women Throughout History

Michael G. Conner, Clinical and Medical Psychologist, writes that men are built for physical confrontation, and their skulls are usually thicker than a woman’s. This, of course, comes as no surprise to women Continue reading

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Reducing Fall Risk with Age – What It Is and What to Do About It

An honest assessment of oneself and making an individual fall prevention plan should help avoid injury. Continue reading

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I Don’t See Well Anymore

I rushed over to the window, looked out, squinched my eyes and said with disdain, “I’m having difficulty seeing the tree, and you want me to focus on a branch and then hone in on something the size of a kosher pickle? Continue reading

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Becoming a Proud Golden Girl

Interviewing a potential roommate is a lot like a job interview. Continue reading

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The Global Expatriate’s Guide To Investing—Why You Can’t Afford Not To Read It

If you have a financial advisor, odds are high that he or she has a dirty little secret. Continue reading

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Giddy Yup

Chip was a leathery old horse trainer who’d been teaching horseback riding for over 32 years. One look at me and he determined that Clementine and I would be a perfect match. Continue reading

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I Am a Happy, Homeless Pet and House Sitter

Who wouldn’t like to travel and have FREE accommodation? Continue reading

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