I Stayed in a $2,200-Per-Night Caribbean Penthouse…And Didn’t Pay a Dime

I Stayed in a $2,200-Per-Night Caribbean Penthouse…And Didn’t Pay a Dime

By |
July 31, 2017

I'm quite open regarding how I feel about Grace. It felt like I was hit by a thunderbolt the first time I saw her. The good news is my wife, Judy, has no problem with my infatuation. You see, the object of my passion is Grace Bay Beach on the Turks and Caicos Island of Providenciales.

Working Online Gives Me the Freedom to Travel and Earn Extra Income

Working Online Gives Me the Freedom to Travel and Earn Extra Income

By |
July 19, 2017

Most mornings, I stroll over to a nearby bakery to buy half a dozen traditional panes de ripacha. These small triangular shaped breads have been made using the same recipes and stone ovens in Arequipa for over 150 years. They are only one of many traditions that have been kept alive in this bustling southern Peru city for the last few centuries.

3 Simple Guidelines For Starting Your Portable Career

3 Simple Guidelines For Starting Your Portable Career

By |
July 18, 2017

For most of us Baby Boomers, our career was intense, long hours with lots of meetings, some bad bosses, and some tough economic times. So when you transition to a post-career income (whether it's to fund your retirement or just to earn some extra spending money), you want to avoid all those things you weren't so crazy about during your career.

What I Love About My Portable Career in Small-Town Costa Rica

What I Love About My Portable Career in Small-Town Costa Rica

By |
July 17, 2017

What I love about what I do is that I can work from home. Or, really, I can work anywhere there is an internet connection. I don't have to commute. I have the freedom to be anywhere in the world. For the past seven years, home has been the small town of Atenas in Costa Rica's Central Valley. Although in all, I've been living in Costa Rica about 18 years.