We just celebrated our second anniversary and are looking forward to expanding our content in this new year of operation. One of our main objectives will be hearing the voices of expats in Mexico.
Our magazine has brought you interviews with expats from all corners of Mexico, entrepreneurs building new businesses in the country and aspiring expats who are making the move to Mexico. We also have nearly a dozen bloggers who weigh in at least monthly to share their opinions, thoughts and everyday life with you. But this year we want to hear from even more of you.
This month we will be introducing a new guest blog created especially for new voices of expats in Mexico. We’ve published a few, Tom Lang from Lake Chapala for instance, in this blog. But the point of view and experiences that only expats can provide is better expressed through a dedicated blog with photo of the guest blogger and full credit.
We’ll begin with old friend David Huff from Ajijic (the video of our interview with David has surpassed 75,000 views on our YouTube channel as of this writing). David tackles the problem of sending and receiving mail in Mexico and lays out a few options for expats.
The guest blog content can be anything you want it to be. Tom wrote about the experience he had when his car broke down on the way back to Chapala from Melaque. A very interesting read with great information on how to handle a stressful situation.
So, if you have a story or information you would like to share in our new guest blog, contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
On another note, we’re getting lots of great Mexico Moments photos from expats in Mexico and aspiring expats from all over the world. The photo contest celebrating our second anniversary ends on Sunday, October 14th, so be sure to enter for your chance to win a US$300 Amazon gift certificate. Second place is US$200 gift certificate and third, a US$100 certificate. Fourth through 10th place will receive a signed copy of my best-selling book, “Boomers in Paradise: Living in Puerto Vallarta.”