- Independence Day – A Time of Reflection
- There’s no Time for Gloating but Remember the House Passing the American Health Care Act when you Cast your Next Ballot.
- Oh, What a Year!
- Seven Notable Election-Related Podcasts
- The 2016 Presidential Elections: A Different Perspective from an American Across the Pond
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After 161 days of this President, we do have one thing that we have never had before in any other US Presidency. Continue reading
There’s no Time for Gloating but Remember the House Passing the American Health Care Act when you Cast your Next Ballot.
So the House did it today by just narrowly passing the American Health Care Act 217 to 213. Continue reading
As 2016 comes to a close, I am grateful for many things that came out of this year and I am concerned about others. But those around me are healthy, safe and sound and I find moments of optimism a mist … Continue reading
As podcasts are very popular now, there are some amazing podcasts specific to the US election. Continue reading
Special thanks to Amy Kraushaar for this guest blog submission. I met Amy as I was new to Lisbon and she was returning to the US. Once you have Portugal on the heart, it is hard to stay away and … Continue reading
So tonight will be the first time that Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump share a stage and over 100 million people around the globe are expected to tune-in. Continue reading
So we have nearly 55 days until we know the results of the next US Presidential Election and that does seem like a good amount of time. It seems even longer if you are really following and participating in the … Continue reading
There are only 70 days left to the US Presidential election and it’s going to heat up. Check out the blog for the Presidential and VP debate dates and locations. Be and stay informed! Continue reading
Are you tired of multitasking and never completing those most important activities? If so, read on.
Just under a year ago, while wrapping up a 4 year ‘life’ in Lisbon, Portugal, I posted a blog entitled ‘What I Didn’t Expect When I Moved to Portugal in 2011’. It went viral. And it continues to get large … Continue reading