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An Expat Tale of Two Cities

This is an expat tale of two cities. International management consultant and author Julie Galosy spanned the globe providing consulting services to major corporations....
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Are You Ready to Vote in the U.S. Election?

In less than eight weeks, America will choose a new president to lead the country for the next four years. Are you ready to...
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Women Who Moved to Mexico  

I am one of those women who moved to Mexico. The first morning I woke up in Mexico was magical. I had arrived the...
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How Healthcare in Mexico Ranks in the World  

Jump on the Internet and you will find numerous websites that tell you where you can live or retire around the world, at a...
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Almost Six Decades of Life and Art in Mexico City

Women today may feel that “the system” makes their lives impossible, but after almost six decades of life and art in Mexico City, Helen...
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 An Expert Guide to the Culture of San Miguel de Allende

After decades of success with his own company in North Carolina, Joseph Toone moved to Mexico and became an expert guide to the culture...
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Can You Really Live on Less Money in Mexico?  

Readers ask: “Can you really live on less money in Mexico.” We answer: “It depends.” It depends primarily upon where you are from, where...
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Expats Are Discovering San Cristóbal de las Casas  

Expats are discovering San Cristóbal de las Casas, the beautiful colonial city set high in the mountains of southern Chiapas, Mexico’s most southern state....
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The Expat Handcraft Expert of Mexico City

Growing up in the New York City metropolitan area, Leigh Thelmadatter always loved the excitement of big city living, especially the cultural attractions the...
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Country Life in San Miguel de Allende  

I’m in the real estate business, so when expats ask me for property in San Miguel, the most common request is for something within...

Four Years Ago Today We Launched Expats In Mexico

My how time flies. It’s been 210 years since Father Hidalgo, a Catholic priest in the tiny town of Dolores, Guanajuato, inspired the people...

Are You Ready to Vote in the U.S. Election?

In less than eight weeks, America will choose a new president to lead the country for the next four years. Are you ready to...

Cabo San Lucas Is Bouncing Back Slowly but Surely

Wow, 2020 has been quite the year. Everywhere. No one has gone through this year unscathed. In a place like Cabo, which relies so...

COVID-19 Has Affected Immigration Policies in Mexico  

COVID-19 has affected immigration policies in Mexico and other countries around the world. Immigration-related measures have been put in place to help slow the...

The Legend of Popocatépetl

Have you heard about the legend of Popocatépetl, the most important volcano in Mexican History? If you haven’t, please read on!It all started thousands...

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