Untether Yourself is the title of the free e-book I recently released. (If you missed its release, you can grab your copy here.) But what does the untethered expat life mean? Is it: the freedom to travel constantly, flitting from place to place and exploring all the world has to offer? … [Read more...] about The Untethered Expat Life
Social networking is playing an ever-increasing role in our lives. With a computer and an internet connection, an expat can investigate their new overseas location and connect with people already there. There are many ways you can use social networking to ease your overseas move -- before, during … [Read more...] about Social Networking for Expats
I don't generally follow investment websites or blogs, but The Oblivious Investor caught my eye recently. Why? Because author Rick Todd rated some expat retirement destinations based on how much income you have to retire on. His top five picks for retirees with a limited (primarily Social … [Read more...] about Retire to Latin America if You’re Poor, Europe if You’re Not
The following was written by Kathleen Peddicord in her Overseas Opportunity newsletter. I'm a big fan of Kathleen's, and am happy to share with you her Top 10 lists, as well as the reasoning behind them. And, in certain cases, why you might be better off doing something completely different. … [Read more...] about Plant Your Own Flags
A few months ago I reviewed How to Retire Overseas: Everything You Need to Know to Live Well (for Less) Abroad by Kathleen Peddicord. Kathleen is the publisher of Live and Invest Overseas, which publishes a free daily e-letter as well as a monthly magazine and other resources for expats and … [Read more...] about It’s the #1 Best Seller!