Ever since I had my first glimpse of New York at age 14 until I finally made the move there at 28, it seemed like the only place I really wanted to live. But then I took a vacation in Provence, France, and saw right away that two weeks in this paradise wouldn't be anywhere near enough...
After her husband passed away, life lost its luster for Connie White. Every day felt the same: dull, repetitive, and forgettable. She needed a change. That's when she made the decision to give Thailand a try.
Switzerland and Italy will round out our first year of life as digital nomads, and though we're loving every minute of it, there are days it still doesn't seem real. Sometimes dreams do come true.
After moving to Ecuador, Josh was shocked to discover just how easy it was to open a business there. He started his English language school simply by putting a sign on his window written in magic marker.
Sometimes life takes you in a direction that you could never have anticipated. This proved to be true for Cathy Carrolan Mata, when she decided to uproot and move to Costa Rica in 2003...
In the near decade since Madeline traded her home city of Portland, Oregon, for the sunnier shores of Costa Rica, she's used yoga to sustain herself physically, emotionally, and financially. Despite the inevitable challenges along the way, Madeline loves living in Costa Rica.
After a number of trips to Tamarindo, Jeanne was convinced she should buy property there. She felt that the entire area of Guanacaste province on the northern Pacific coast, known as the Gold Coast, had a big future.
There is a reason why the city of Cuenca is Ecuador's most popular expat destination. The UNESCO World Heritage site offers an extremely rich cultural life, with an intellectual, artistic, and philosophical tradition that matches its colonial architecture...
When my wife, Mellissa, retired from her job as a hospital manager, we finally had the freedom to take a once-in-a-lifetime sailing trip. It was a 10,000-mile journey that took us just less than a year to complete. It was also the inspiration behind Mellissa’s next venture in life.
My move overseas felt like less of a choice and more of a compulsion. Being from one of the smallest towns in Canada, moving as far away from there as possible always seemed like the most likely outcome for my life