We recently declared ourselves Financially Independent, which is definitely a weird and uncertain feeling. We’ll likely wait a couple more years to retire early, add to our FIREhouse (ha!) savings, and augment our early retirement travel budget a bit. Even though RE is a still a little ways out, we’ve been considering where “home” will be when the time comes. We always felt that we couldn’t retire early in France… until recently.
How to get your Spanish Residency Card (Tarjeta de Identidad de Extranjero) once you’ve arrived in Spain. You got your residence visa, now it’s time to seal the deal!
How we were able to live abroad, and how you can too! How to get a Spanish Non-Lucrative Residence Visa and live legally in Spain for a year or more!
A few days ago, we revealed that we’d be taking a sabbatical year to live abroad. It’s the culmination of years of dreaming and many months of planning, but in the very near future, we’ll be living abroad and exploring…
We’re leaving the country, but to where? Who’s going? Are we FIRE, or is this something different? How did we get here, anyway?
Over the past few months, I’ve been working on something very special. It’s something that has stretched my technical abilities and challenged my willingness to invest a substantial amount of my money into something I believe in. Today, that project is ready, and without exaggerating, I believe it has the ability to change lives.
As our safe monthly retirement income creeps towards the $1,500/month mark, the number of places in the world where we could live a happy life expands dramatically. This edition of the “Retire Abroad” series focuses on cities where $1,200 per month provides a safe, comfortable, fulfilling life for two.
Discover five more amazing destinations in Mexico, Serbia, Vietnam, India, and Georgia which will fill your retirement with affordable adventure!
$1,000 per month is a major retirement income milestone, and we’re very nearly there. This month, I’m looking at five spectacular places you can live on a budget that would barely cover the rent in most US cities.
Learn how simple and inexpensive it can be to live a life of comfort and adventure when you retire in Thailand.