• Expat Resources in the Philippines

    by Patrick Redmond | Nov 25, 2015
    Expat Resources in the Philippines. Living in the Philippines can be a great way to slow down, soak in the scenery, and enjoy a culture unlike any other in the world. However, as is the case with any kind of relocation, the adjustment period can take some getting used to. If you and your family are new expats in Philippines, you may want to bookmark these resources to help you adjust and stay in touch.
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  • Popular Suburbs of Miami, FL

    by Patrick Redmond | Nov 23, 2015
    Popular Suburbs of Miami, FL. As a huge, sprawling metropolitan area that’s about as diverse as a city can get, Miami presents a real estate challenge. This is especially true if you’ve never attempted to buy or rent a home here before. From urban spaces that overlook the ocean to suburban neighborhoods that represent small-town living at its best, Miami has it all.
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  • Simple Gluten-Free Thanksgiving Meals

    by Patrick Redmond | Nov 20, 2015
    Simple Gluten-Free Thanksgiving Meals. Holiday entertaining can be difficult when you have guests with a variety of health issues and dietary needs to consider. From vegan and dairy-free to gluten intolerant, everyone seems to have some kind of restriction you need to be aware of. And gluten intolerance can be one of the most difficult during the holidays because of the traditional emphasis on baked goods.
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  • Expat Guide to the Philippines

    by Patrick Redmond | Nov 19, 2015
    Expat Guide to the Philippines. The Philippines is one of those places that people either fall in love with or don’t care for much at all. A tropical island paradise with a very unique and vibrant culture, the Philippines don’t pretend to be anything they’re not. The people are friendly and outgoing, the scenery is some of the best you’ll find in the world, and the lifestyle is one that puts family before materialism. However, all this comes at a price, as the infrastructure throughout the islands can make it difficult to recreate your Western lifestyle.
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  • Preventing Holiday Accidents

    by Patrick Redmond | Nov 18, 2015
    Preventing Holiday Accidents. If you’ve recently moved to a new home, or if this is your first winter season in a new home, it’s important to make a thorough survey to ensure the holidays remain safe and accessible for everyone. New homeowners often underestimate just how dangerous an unshoveled sidewalk can be, especially if you live in an area with high foot traffic. You might also be unaware of the strains holiday decorations can put on a home, possibly even opening you up to liability.
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