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1. Remember to budget for expenses you’ll need to keep paying at home. Don’t forget expenses you’ll need to keep paying at home, such as health insurance, student loans, annual fees, tax payments, car registration, or car insurance. You may be able to downgrade or have other options for reducing your payments without losing your

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Chinese Economy 101 - What the Downturn Means to Us All !

For the last 20-30 years it’s seemed that almost everything we buy has a made in China label. The Chinese economy was booming due to the huge migration of the rural population to the cities combined with the low wages they could be payed. The net result for us in the West was cheap imports

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Zion National Park - visiting with our newborn.

As many of you know, we are currently based in Las Vegas. Our baby girl was born a month ago and she has been settling in to home life vey well. With a newborn you do tend to spend a lot of time in the house, especially in the first few weeks, and we were

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Chile’s hidden wonder: Welcome to Valparaiso

When you think of Chile as a tourist destination, you will probably first conjure up images of Santiago, Torres del Paine National Park, or Punta Arenas, but if you don’t think about Valparaiso, you’re seriously missing out. Valparaiso, with its spectacular steep hillsides covered with old and colourful homes and forty elevators to access the