“For the longest time, I considered myself a nomad; a self-proclaimed gypsy roaming the world,” says Joe Yaker. “Eventually I ended up in Panama...
I was two years into what was supposed to be a six-month tour of Southeast Asia when I started my blog, Foodie Flashpacker. Two years later, I'm still on the road.
What if you could live somewhere where the cost of living is a third of what you pay now...where you don't have to shovel snow anymore...and you can live the lifestyle you want, working only a few hours a day.
With online courses, it was possible to create something that could continue to earn me an income, well after I had finished the work involved. It was a way for me to stop trading time for dollars...and free myself from a tethered, stationary life.
With the technology available today, online courses are simple to create. And once you've made one, it can generate an income almost indefinitely—even while you sleep.
As savvy travelers, they've discovered the secret to drastically reducing travel costs by staying rent-free in alluring locations. In exchange for watching over the pets of the homeowners, they get full use of luxury homes, without paying anything for it.
Kelli visited the Caribbean seaside town of Tulum, Mexico in 2016 on vacation. Her goal was to have a bit of R&R, but what she discovered there changed the trajectory of her life.
In Thailand, Korea, Japan, and the United Arab Emirates, and in numerous countries where I have attended teaching conferences, I've gotten to know some of the most amazing people.
Michael and Heidi Rehm have recently celebrated their seventh year in business and have signed a nine-year extension on their lease.
We own a 1,800-square-foot home in the Chiriquí province, complete with three-quarters of an acre of land backing onto a creek and covered in beautiful flowers and fruit trees.