If you want to create a life where you can live, work, and thrive anywhere in the world, you've come to the right place. Millions of Americans move abroad every year. We don’t have any hard and fast numbers – the US government doesn’t track expats – but all indications are the number is rapidly increasing. Many more millions want to do meaningful work, but don't want to be tied down to a single geographic place in order to do it. It's never been easier to unplug from the corporate cubicle. You can do it by starting your own location-independent business, or by keeping your employee status but working remotely from. . . wherever you want. Back in 2012, I did … [Read More]
Who’s This Site For?
This site is for you if . . .
You want to . . . Live anywhere in the world you want, for as long or short a time as you want. (We call that being a flexpat) . . . Live full-time as an expat in another country . . . Travel full time . . . Get away from harsh winters but still keep your home base in the community you’re in now — that’s a snowbird or part-time expat . . . Explore someplace new for a month or two — longer than your vacation time allows. You could do this as a digital nomad, working as you go. . . . Or maybe you’re happy in your home and community, but fed up with your commute and the corporate cubicle — you just want your freedom!
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With a portable income in place, you can live anywhere you want.
Maybe that's your home town -- without the commute. Maybe you'd like to live overseas, or travel extensively. Perhaps you'd like to cruise the country in your RV.
It's all possible when you're no longer tied to a specific work location.
It used to be that was a privilege . . .
Earning a good income without being tied to a specific job location is a way of life for millions today.
Thanks to the internet, companies recognize that they can attract great talent and save on overhead when employees live anywhere and work remotely.
At the same time, starting your own business online has never been more accessible.
In order to thrive, we need more than just a roof over our heads and food in our bellies. We need:
- social relationships
- good health
- intellectual stimulation
- entertainment and culture
- a sense of purpose
Portable Careers – Start Here
To be an Anywhereist, you need a portable career. That means, work that you can do from wherever you are -– you don’t need to be in a specific place at a specific time to do it. Often it means work … [Read More]
Introduction to WordPress
Bloggers come in all shapes and sizes. When I started a previous site, Future Expats, it was a place for me to collect my research and thoughts about living full-time in another country. Being a … [Read More]
Every job needs some form of technology, whether it's a hammer and nails or a state-of-the-art computer. Here we'll talk about software and hardware, devices, and programs that you will help you … [Read More]