Travel Planning Pays for My Life in the South of France

Travel Planning Pays for My Life in the South of France

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September 16, 2019

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...

How Do You Become a Tour Guide?

How Do You Become a Tour Guide?

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September 9, 2019

Creating a Tour is Your Ticket to Fun and Profit. I love the freedom that self-employment gives. If I feel something is right, I do it. If I feel it is wrong, I don’t do it. And I can take a break whenever I need one.” For Amanda Courtney, a New Hampshire native, the only thing that rivals the taste of freedom is the taste of fine Italian wine...

5 Top Spots to Start Your Digital Nomad Journey

5 Top Spots to Start Your Digital Nomad Journey

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September 3, 2019

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...

A Wellness Business Offers a Laidback Life in Nosara, Costa Rica

A Wellness Business Offers a Laidback Life in Nosara, Costa Rica

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September 2, 2019

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.