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How to Move Out of the U.S. to Live, Retire and Thrive Abroad

Millions of U.S. citizens have found a better quality of life, for far less, by simply moving abroad. You really can thrive and actually afford to have a life on less than $1,500 a month (house payment included) in many countries around the world. 

You'll find quality healthcare, fresh fruits & veggies, meats from local markets, new cultures, expat communities and more.

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Use these resources to plan your perfect escape with ease; and make this epic journey a reality.

How-to Find Remote Work Within 7-10 days

You're not allowed to work in most foreign countries and you'll need income to live abroad. Remote jobs can help with that.

How to Find the Ultimate Rental Deals in Mexico

Avoid getting the 'Gringo-Tax'... Learn how to play the game and get the same prices as the locals get when renting a house or apartment in Mexico.

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Thriving and Living in Merida

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Warning: Managing Medical Emergencies While Living Abroad

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Dallas to Mexico Driving – This Guy Made the Drive Twice and Has Tips to Keep You Safe

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Malla Sombra: Protecting Yourself From the Sun in Merida

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Ways to Make Money While Living Abroad

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Make Money Cooking Your Favorite Meals for Others While Living Abroad

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The Fastest Way to Monetize Your Website, YouTube, Facebook & IG

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Exploring Various Parts of Colombia

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No Hot Water for Showers in Colombia???

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Why Move Abroad? These 4 reasons will have you running for the border too

The pandemic has made remote work a new norm; and more than ever, people are finding the freedom to live and work from anywhere in the world.

Look at some of the benefits to living overseas:

Stretch your income (or retirement) further

Who can live on a $1,300 pension in the U.S.? But, when you can move into a luxury 3-bedroom condo for $376/mo., your quality of life can improve overnight!

You can actually afford to have a life

I took my kids (3 of us) to a new release movie that played in English (in a state of the art theater) for $6.90. You can afford going out to dinner and sitting in box seats at the symphony. Life can be really good for you.

Affordable dental and healthcare 

Statistics say: 70% chance you’ll need expensive long-term care at some point after age 65, according to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services — an expense not covered by Medicare, Medicaid or traditional health insurance policies.

Explore a new culture and learn a language

Get outside your bubble and get immersed in cultures that interest you. This is great exposure for your kids or grand children. 

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