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Master The EU Pet Health Certificate Process Before Your Move to Spain

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As soon as we knew that we were moving to Spain with our dog Lizzie and her four cats, Jamie started researching the paperwork that we’d need to bring our pets into the European Union. …

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Moving to Valencia – Geez I Wish I’d Packed That

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Our shipment of household goods was estimated to be in Valencia within 6-12 weeks of our August 2nd pick-up. Since we had a detour to Wisconsin and weren’t going to be arriving for 5 weeks …

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After Three Weeks the Novelty is Dissipating

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The novelty is dissipating. After the first two whirlwind weeks of paper chases, wandering around wondering what the heck we just did, discovering, and trying new things, we are awakening to the reality of everyday …

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Our Spanish Journey – Together and Apart

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We’ve had months to plan our transatlantic migration to Spain. But, no matter how we planned, how carefully we researched our options, no matter how successfully we negotiated the preliminaries, one deep and abiding worry …

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How We Got Our Non-Lucrative Spanish Residence Visa Application Right

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×  Important Update   Our readers have been kind enough to share new information, so we put together an update on how to get your Spanish non-lucrative visa application right.    Read it here:  February 2019 …

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Why We Started Streaking at Our Age

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I remember streaking back in the 1970’s. I even tried it a few times…with friends under the cloak of darkness when not many people were around. It was a youthful indulgence. But, that’s not the …

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I Thought My Stuff Was Different

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I thought my stuff was different, confessions after a first time garage sale. We aren’t garage sale types. Working for a nonprofit that operates a thrift store has been a constant reminder of how we …