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Monthly Archives: November 2012
Raising children abroad comes with a unique set of challenges, but there are ways to overcome your fears and have a great parenting experience.
When the initial excitement of living and working in the U.S. has worn off, you’ll start to notice the real ways that it’s enhanced your existence. Take these, for instance.
If an American asks you what you’re doing “for the holidays”, he or she is talking about Thanksgiving, which is almost upon us. When they’re going off somewhere for a week or two in the summer, it’s their vacation.
He may have trekked the globe and saved it many times over, but some of 007’s most famous fist fights, soirees and sex scenes took place right here in the U.S. Put these sites at the top of your Bond bucket list.
By Ruth Margolis | Posted on November 15th, 2012
Feeling out of control with no idea how to navigate your new homeland? It’s not uncommon for a freshmen expat to feel like the new kid in school. But fear not, U.
If you’re popping across the Pond (apologies to anyone who loathes that word), you’ll discover quite a few words and phrases just guaranteed to cause confusion. Several words sound exactly the same on either side of the Atlantic, …
By Ruth Margolis | Posted on November 9th, 2012
If real spies spent as much time boozing as James Bond, cat-stroking villains would have taken over the world by now. But 007 managed just fine and, according to Ian Fleming’s books, he knocked back everything from scotch and soda to …
By Ruth Margolis | Posted on November 6th, 2012
From bread and butter to bangers and beer, so much American produce tastes nothing like the goods back home in Blighty.
By Ruth Margolis | Posted on November 1st, 2012
If you’re a British couple planning to start a family in the U.S., here are some problems to ponder before you start stockpiling tiny clothes.