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    Here you will find archived issues of ...In focus, Focus on Mexico's informative and fun newsletter about living in Mexico on your own terms. Published on the first Friday of every month.

    We send it on the first weekend so you'll have the weekend to take your time and enjoy the articles and digest the news. We hope you like ...in focus. If you have any questions, or would like to see more articles on a certain subject, please write to us at newsletterteam@focusonmexico.com.


  • 2014 03 Mar Newsletter
    March 2014 Archived Hdr In this issue: A Traveler's Treasure, How to Breeze through Airport Security, Spanish 101 types of Pronouns, Mexico: The (long-term) good news, 10 Skin Cancer Mistakes Even Smart Women Make, NAFTA leaders could save the monarch butterflies, Our Medical Month, Part 2 by Karen Mc Connaughey ... all this and more
    2014 02 Feb Newsletter
    2014 02 Feb Archived Newsletter In this issue: Yearly Taxes in Lake Chapala Mexico, Free Spirit Playpark at Lake Chapala, Spanish 101 Love/Romantic Phrases, Medical Care in Mexico, One DEEP reason we love living in Mexico!, Flu epidemics? A different look at them by Barbara Rotthaler, The DIF Card - Discounts for Senior Citizens – Mexican or Foreign!, Helpful information for people required to file US Taxes, What You Might Expect to Pay for Health Care in Mexico
    2014 01 Jan Newsletter
    2014 01 Archived HdrWe’re into 2014 already with this issue of in focus, which has been in publication monthly since 2006, and this is our fourth annual Good News about Mexico edition. As we’ve said before, you’ve heard about the drug wars in Mexico…that’s all over the news…"if it bleeds, it leads." So, in this annual issue, we only publish the good news.
    2013 11 November Newsletter
    2013 Nov Archived Newsletter In this issue: You Can Build a Positive Mindset, Menu: A Mexican-Inspired Thanksgiving, Mexico: More Than Borders and Beaches, Mexico's Enrique Peña Nieto Is Leading An Oil Revolution Worth Billions, Ajijic Zombies 2013 - Thrill The World, US Thanksgiving Turkey Is Mexican Immigrant and much more
    2013 10 Oct Newsletter
    Oct 2013 Archived NewsletterIn this Issue: Canadians Moving to Mexico - BEWARE!,The Day of the Dead - An Invitation to Raise the Dead!,Mexico to Host World Tourism Day September 27, 2014,Mexico City Eyes Leisure Market as U.S., Canada Visitors Rise,A Taste of Mexico's Wine Country,Safety in Mexico: Reality vs. Sensationalist Media Hype,Mexico Is The Emerging Country With The Lowest Risk Premium..and much more
    2013 09 Sep Newsletter
    2013 Sep Archived Newsletter In this issue: How to Keep Healthy, Ignore the Myths and Take The Kids to Mexico, President Enrique Peña Nieto Announces $8.63 Billion To Be Invested Into Mexico Tourism industry,International Tourism in Mexico Generates 7.7 Percent More Revenue, GM to Invest $691 Million to Expand Production In Mexico, and much more
    2013 08 Aug Newsletter
    Aug 2013 Archived Newsletter In this issue: Living at Lake Chapala by Judy King, 5 Reasons Retirees Should Be Psyched About Rising Interest Rates,One Person’s Journey through the Mexican Health Care System and much more
    2013 07 July Newsletter
    2013 July Archived NewsletterIn this issue: - Lake Chapala/Guadalajara - A Medical Travel “Mecca”,Four Reasons Mexico Is Becoming a Global Manufacturing Power,Lake Chapala to benefit as work starts on new dam,Mexico: The Stranger Next Door,Archaeologists Discover Lost Mayan City and more...
    2013 06 June Newsletter
    2013 June Archived NewsletterIn this issue: MEXICO LIFE: When Grief and Mourning Becomes Healing,When an American dies in Mexico,Aging US in Denial About Long-Term Care Need,High Speed Rail Planned for Yucatan Peninsula,Baja California wine country takes center stage and much more
    2013 05 May Newsletter
    2013 May Archived NewsletterIn this issue we have articles on  how Mexico becomes a stable, politically diverse neighbor, How to cope with challenges, Caring For Your Dog and much more.
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