5 Top Spots to Start Your Digital Nomad Journey

5 Top Spots to Start Your Digital Nomad Journey

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March 22, 2020

Whether you’re thinking about remote working or creating a freelance income, or you already have one, there is a world of options available to you. To help you narrow in on a destination, and give you a taste of what the untethered life is all about, we’ve compiled our top five destination recommendations for boomer digital nomads...

50 Ways to Make Money in Retirement

50 Ways to Make Money in Retirement

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March 17, 2020

The thought of moving overseas (and how you’re going to pay for it) can be overwhelming at times. It can even prevent you from taking any action at all. But we’re here to help you get your dream life moving forward. No matter your skill set, no matter what you do now or did in the past, there is an option in that will align with your own skills...

Expat Funds Her Life in Spain by Sharing Her Passion for Food

Expat Funds Her Life in Spain by Sharing Her Passion for Food

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January 23, 2020

Margalit fell in love with Spain after spending a year in the town of Cazorla as a high school exchange student. After her exchange student experience, Margalit tried to make annual visits to Spain. During one of those trips, she reunited with her host family's daughter, who proposed the idea of becoming roommates in the city of Granada, located in the country's southern region of Andalucía.

Which of These 9 Retirement Personality Types Are You?

Which of These 9 Retirement Personality Types Are You?

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December 29, 2019

I guess you would classify me as the "tirelessly moving, globetrotting workhorse." That's my takeaway from a recent story in Kiplinger magazine by a financial adviser and investment educator that categorizes retirees into nine buckets: Tireless Mover, the Lost, Workhorse, the Lonely, Globetrotter, Reluctant Spender, Superhero, Overly Generous, and Never Retired.

A Creative and Rewarding Income in Beautiful Ecuador

A Creative and Rewarding Income in Beautiful Ecuador

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December 26, 2019

"I had a taxi driver tell me you can have breakfast on the coast, lunch in the highlands, and dinner in the Amazon," says Joy Bittner. "That's one of the unique things about Ecuador. There are snow-covered volcanoes and in just five hours you're in the rainforest or at the coast. There's so much variety."