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Retiring in Mexico – Maintain Your Health by Volunteering

Moving to Mexico means a lower cost of living and the opportunity to retire sooner, and if you retire early, you probably are not ready for a rocking chair. There are plenty of activities to fill your days in Mexico, but if you are looking to give back and meet amazing people, volunteering may be what you are looking for. Whether you bring experience from your previous employment or you are interested in learning new skills, your time is valuable, and there are many opportunities for mature adults to make a difference in the community.  Single retirees that relocate will meet like-minded...

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Relocating to Mexico – Tourist Destination or Residential Area?

When traveling in Mexico, most foreigners visit and fall all in love with the tourist side of town, but if you are relocating to Mexico would you choose to live in the tourist area or a residential area? As a new resident in Mexico you may want to live in a tourist town, get out an about, meet new people, enjoy the hustle-bustle of the tourist streets, but once you settle in you may yearn for a quieter place to call home. Everyone's ideal home is different; some prefer a secluded house in the jungle and some like the city life,...

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Airbnb Guests – A Captive Audience for Additional Revenue

Renting your Mexican property out privately or through platforms such as Airbnb can provide a significant income, plus you have the opportunity to increase your revenue by providing additional services to your guests. Your guests are a captive audience who are usually looking for many of these services; you may as well be the one to provide them. Your guests will be impressed, which also means positive reviews and return visits. If you live in the area you have probably made some great contacts who can assist you with these services; it may be time to network to put these ideas...

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Are you up for the Challenge of Expat Life?

Expat life is an enriching experience, discovering a new country and becoming part of a new community. Many of us dream of running away from our current situation, living a less stressful life, moving to a warm climate and enjoying a lower cost of living. Of course, there are challenges to changing your life, but they say change is good. Do you have the personality traits it takes to enjoy expat life in Mexico? 4 Personality traits of an expat in Mexico Open Minded - Be ready to accept new cultures and not expect things to be the way they are...

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Expats Have Access To Healthcare in Mexico on 3 Levels

Relocating to another country entails a lot of consideration and planning, one of the most important factors is your health. You need to feel confident you will receive quality medical care before settling into a new country. Fortunately, Mexico has a few options for excellent and affordable healthcare. Seguro Popular is Mexico's nationwide health care program, and this medical insurance covers all residences of Mexico, it is meant to ensure everyone has access to medical care even if their employer or private insurance does not cover them. This insurance is only valid at the General Hospital. It has a low annual fee,...

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