Known as the “Silicon Valley of Mexico,” Guadalajara reinvented itself as a major center for research and development, programming, design, and other high-skilled tech occupations. This new boom has given it a thriving economy and a growing international community.
Digital nomad Carol Barron has used her “go anywhere” income to visit places like Nice, France; the Algarve, Portugal; and Florence, Italy. But the adventure doesn’t end there.
Bonnie Raniewicz and Jai Segal fell instantly in love with Ajijic the moment they landed in the magical Mexican village in the fall of 2017. They recently opened an inn where they host yoga classes, weekend retreats, and community fundraisers.
Having lost her job, with her savings hemorrhaging, and her Social Security still a few years out of reach, Carolyn needed a plan. In Ecuador, she didn't have to sacrifice lifestyle to save money. In fact, her lifestyle got a swift update.
When Nellie started a travel blog as a way to keep in touch with friends and family while living overseas, she had no idea it would lead to the travel lifestyle she had always dreamed of.
When Sheelagh and John Richards found themselves with an empty nest, they decided to use their new circumstances as a springboard for a new life. They left their jobs…packed up their belongings…and headed to Costa Rica.
When retirees Lori and Jim moved to Chile, the thing they missed most was the taste of southern barbecue. And, when they started making it themselves, it turned out that the locals loved it too.
Remote workers and digital nomads from around the world are discovering Portugal in their droves. With a digital infrastructure that can rival anywhere in the world, combined with the lowest cost of living in Western Europe, it's no wonder...
After decades in the corporate rat race, I made a 180-degree career change and became a culture transition coach, allowing me to enjoy a life balance that I never had in my previous corporate career...
A few years ago, my wife, Melissa, and I headed off on a multi-year journey in our RV. Our plan was to travel the length and breadth of the U.S. and Canada, visiting friends and family and exploring as we went. Before that, we had sailed 11,000 nautical miles...