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Family and business
Making your family a profitable business, and how the unconscious mind affects behavior
How to value your house
Food trends and how to stay awake for 86 hours all in this weeks Easyexpat revue
Pensions and more
How to avoid the pension tsunami, and why critical thinking is important in everyday life
Terry live on air
Hits, stories and links from the 1980's with Terry Clear.
Housewarming expat style
Easyexpats join us from Holland and Berlin to tells us more about the latest Tweets for expats
The connection between finance, sportsmanship, and competition, and is tipping outdated?
New Orleans fame
More news music and views from New orleans with Jack Snyder.
Israel on the up
Building businesses in Israel today, and the effects of inflation and deflation on the world economy
More financial help
All about swing trading, and why many older women stay at work or rejoin the workforce
Medicine abroad
We have collected some of the top tweets of the week for expats and travelers
Danger on the streets
With a state of emergency now declared in Egypt and the USA and Germany telling their citizens not to travel to anywhere in the country, including the Red Sea resorts,
Food to go
Research in the UK has revealed that a third of holidaymakers heading overseas for a break pack food in their suitcase
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