Writing, photography, art, running a B&B, and teaching English as a foreign language are just a few of the options for supporting yourself anywhere in the world.
I’m a big fan of Kathleen Peddicord’s website, Live and Invest Overseas. I get her Overseas Opportunity Letter, and look forward to it hitting my inbox every day. I even subscribe to her Overseas Retirement Letter. Most of the time, I think she and her writers are completely on target. Once in a while, not […]
Guest Post by Michelle Garrett Moving overseas was one of the best things I could have done. I am frequently asked by the British ‘why do you stay in Britain?’ as if I’m half crazy. They say it like that because of the weather. My short answer is that I live in Britain for love: […]
On June 10, EFAM published an article titled America — the Grim Truth. And grim it was indeed! “Americans, I have some bad news for you,” the article starts. “You have the worst quality of life in the developed world – by a wide margin. “If you had any idea of how people really lived […]
Sun, surf, and white sand beaches. . . glamorous evenings. . . gourmet meals. . . what image does life as a travel writer conjure for you?
A few days ago I had a long phone call with my mother, and told her about our plans to move overseas. She handled it better than I expected, and I give her a lot of credit. (She expressed far more unhappiness years ago when we told her we were moving from upstate New York, […]
Expat TV Series/Movie Review: Firefly and Serenity I’m not a big TV watcher. In fact, I almost never watch TV. But once in a while a show comes along that really catches my fancy. My kids introduced me to Firefly, sadly after it had already been cancelled. (That’s common with shows I like, I might […]