We’re Back!

We are back in Costa Rica after spending the holidays and the month of January in the U. S.  It was so great to spend time with our children and grandchildren, and to see friends and other family members!  The holidays were so much fun with the five grandkids.  We remarked so many times to… Continue reading We’re Back!

Intentions

Everyone is writing about their New Years resolutions this week.  It's hard not to jump on board.  My wife and I are reviewing last year and making some plans for this year. I'm giving thought to what I want out of this year; what I'd like to do and accomplish, and where I want to… Continue reading Intentions

The Life Cycle (Part-Time Expat Version)

The lifestyle of the part-time expat is a continuous cycle.  We just spent 2+ months in Costa Rica.  Now we are back in Indiana for seven weeks for the holidays and to enjoy our family.  We'll return to Costa Rica in February, and the cycle will continue at various intervals throughout the year. We live… Continue reading The Life Cycle (Part-Time Expat Version)

Help Is On the Way!

I am writing this from the beautiful Pacific beach town of Jaco, Costa Rica.  I just love this place.  For my wife and me, it has just the right combination of beach, Costa Rican culture, warm weather, friendly people, great food, available amenities, and reasonable cost of living.  More and more part-time and full-time expats… Continue reading Help Is On the Way!

Straddling Two Worlds

I am meeting the most interesting people! I’m in the process of doing research for a book called Straddling Two Worlds (Part-Time Expats Share Their Stories). People from all over the world have been completing the research survey about their lives as part-time expats. They are sharing experiences, advice, and details about their lives.  And… Continue reading Straddling Two Worlds

Video — Why People Live Overseas Part-Time: Travel … with Roots.

Paul, A Part-Time Expat, shares about traveling with roots, another reason why people choose to live overseas as part-time expats.