How I Quit My Job, Moved to Another Country, Ignored the Fear of Regret, and Became Completely Happy 1 Year Later
One year ago, I quit my job in the newspaper industry and moved away from Arkansas. People reacted as though the slight chance of regret should be enough to deter me from taking the risk of becoming completely happy.
Before you take off on your road trip to Chichén Itzá, take my advice: bring your cash — and plenty of it. No one takes credit cards, and you could run out of gas as the minuscule number of gas stations on the way is zero.
Try to save on your road trip to Chichén Itzá by way of Cobá and the Zací cenote, but it’s still gonna cost you. If not in cash, in time it takes to cut corners.
If you’re moving to Mexico City, prepare for big challenges, mainly the super expensive rent and the ‘Aval’ — someone to vouch for your rent-worthiness.
A common scam aimed toward freelance copywriters on Fiverr, Guru, etc.: non-existent people with non-existent websites ask for quality content and promise to pay later.
The FlowRider, a new attraction in Cancun, has shaped this content creator’s life in unimaginable ways.
Returning to my country of birth after decades of living abroad has not been a simple process. In my adventure of returning to Mexico after more than 20 years in the United States, I have found that repatriating has required an immense amount of patience. That’s it, just patience. And lots of paperwork. BECOMING A […]
1/1/17. New Year’s Day. Of course the festivities lasted until the wee hours of the morning. Got together with some Russian expats living in Cancun in a well-kept, quiet neighborhood. The only “noise” is from fireworks a few blocks over and some music from neighboring houses. A very peaceful way to welcome 2017 in good […]