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Tips for Moving Your Pet Internationally

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Moving is stressful for everyone, but when it comes to your pet, moving can be really difficult. That’s why when you’re making the move internationally with your pet, it’s a good idea to work with a professional pet transporter who can coordinate your pet’s travel planes, making sure to accommodate all their needs throughout the trip.

The American Convenience Culture

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The United States is sometimes referred to as having a culture of convenience. In other words, Americans are used to living a convenient lifestyle where most necessities (and luxuries) are easily available at all times. From the 24-hour fast food restaurants to the giant superstores providing everything from toilet paper to a 70-inch flat screen TV, America is a country of now.

Four Challenges Expats Face When Moving to the United States

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Moving to the United States is an exciting adventure filled with lots of twists and turns. As an Expat, you can expect to face new challenges during your first year abroad. As long as you are prepared for the challenges, you can easily overcome them all.

Tips for Buying a Car in the United States

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Buying your first car in the United States can be overwhelming. It seems that everywhere you look there are dealerships and car advertisements offering amazing deals. But who can you trust?

Tipping Etiquette in the United States

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In the United States, it is common practice in many situations to leave a tip for a service provider. A tip is a payment that a customer leaves in addition to the cost of the service to show appreciation for a job well done. While tipping is usually not mandatory in the United States, it is customary, especially at sit-down restaurants.

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