I've written previously about ways to finance your new life abroad if you're not ready or able to retire yet. Here's a delightful discussion of running a B&B, or gite, in France. Guest Post by Steenie Harvey, International Living There’s more … [Read more...] about Finance Your Life Overseas with a French B&B
In previous posts, we looked at financing your new life overseas by teaching English as a second language, or by writing. These are a couple of very popular ways to earn money in your new country. There are many other options as well, including … [Read more...] about Finance Your Life Overseas by Starting a Business
Those of you who have followed me for a while know that I don't often get super-personal. Once in a while, I do share my personal circumstances occasionally, when it’s relevant to our overall discussion. When I lost my job in March as part of the US … [Read more...] about Corporate Cubicles: I’m Just Saying No
One popular way to finance your new life abroad is to teach English as a second language. While formal teaching experience is not required, most programs require you to be a native speaker and have a Bachelor’s Degree. Training and certification as a … [Read more...] about Finance Your Life Overseas by Teaching English
In our last installment, we talked about writing as a way to finance your life abroad, specifically travel writing. There are, of course, many other different kinds of writing, and almost any of them can be done remotely once you develop the skills … [Read more...] about Write Your Way to a Life Overseas
In our recent poll, we discovered that most -- at least 80% -- of our readers will have to generate some income when they move overseas. None of them plan to hold an overseas job with their current employer, but half intend to develop some kind of … [Read more...] about How Will You Finance Your Life Overseas?