Today marks the first No-Job-versary. It’s been a year since I quit my job and one the one hand it feels like only a few months ago, and on another, as if it were in a different lifetime. At the time of making the decisions to leave a well-paid professional position that would’ve been a … More one year No-Job-versary
It’s not like work is the enemy that you must break away from. You could be giving your personal power away to anything: a disease, drugs, alcohol, addiction, unhealthy relationship, depression…just because you have decided to quit your job does not mean happiness will ensue. On the contrary, due to our conditioning, depression, anxiety and … More Content with little
We’ve all been there: stuck at our routine day job, fantasizing of packing it all in and relocating somewhere tropical on the cheap, drinking margaritas and stretching the value of the dollar. Retiring or establishing a location independent business may sound attractive in places like Belize, Panama, Costa Rica and Mexico, but “cheap” isn’t the first … More Retirement overseas: dream or reality?
A perfect southern day! From opening a bank account to gem mining, we did it all. What a surreal feeling that was, pulling into a TD bank (in North Carolina, no less!) this morning and promptly opening a checking account. Combined with a borderless account on the Canadian side, this makes wire transfer and currency … More TD cross-border banking
…Or how we ended up moving cross-country to start a fresh life out of the city When searching for our new off grid home, one thing was certain: a long growing season is a must if you’re going to be able to provide your own sustenance, therefore an agricultural zone above 7a was desirable. While … More Lessons in buying real estate online