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Why I Stand By Our “Crazy” Decision To Move to Belize

Why I Stand By Our “Crazy” Decision To Move to Belize

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February 11, 2016

When my husband Dave and I first visited Belize we were blown away by the island lifestyle and culture. We loved seeing swaying palm trees and white-sand beaches everywhere we looked. We loved seeing people actually enjoying their day, walking to get their groceries, the lack of materialism, and the fact that we could be outside 12 months a year.

A New Start and a New Life on an Island in the Caribbean

A New Start and a New Life on an Island in the Caribbean

Beach Living
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December 1, 2015

After enjoying a Belize sunrise from my bird-song serenaded porch with a cup of locally grown coffee, a trip to the gym or walk on the beach is a great start to my day. Then I may catch up with friends on the internet, read international news, or spend time tending to plants on the veranda. The decision to move to Belize was not taken lightly by my husband Anthony and I, yet was achieved with a light heart.

It’s Easy to Live a Healthier, Happier Life in Belize

It’s Easy to Live a Healthier, Happier Life in Belize

Beach Living
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November 28, 2015

Belize first attracted me because of the spectacular Caribbean seascapes and the vibrant offshore barrier reef teaming with colorful, diverse sea life…the laidback lifestyle…affordable cost of living…and the friendly Belizeans. But after moving here another advantage became apparent. Maintaining a healthy, happy lifestyle in Belize is easy. As a matter of fact, many expats who move to Belize remark that they have lost weight, are in better shape, and feel better than they have in years…

Save up to 50% on Living Costs With Panama’s Retiree Program

Save up to 50% on Living Costs With Panama’s Retiree Program

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October 29, 2015

When I decided to get away from the cold winters of Colorado, Panama attracted me with its warmer climate, low cost of living, and first-rate infrastructure. That alone was worth moving for…but as a retiree here, it gets even better. One of the national laws of Panama can make the already low cost of living even lower. Law #6 entitles any resident of the country who is a female over 55 or male over 60 to receive a discount on specific services.