Watching too many episodes of House Hunters International lately?

Can you see yourself waking up to unscheduled days, ready for whatever adventure comes your way?

Are you thinking, “I’ve got to get out of here!” more and more these days?

Well maybe you can do just that.

Moving abroad is not terribly difficult. Once you’ve made the decision, you research different countries’ annual rainfall, crime rates, and cost of living. You voraciously read books about different expats’ madcap experiences as they got to know their new home country, and before long you feel ready to “pull the trigger.”

Thousands of people, just like you, have traded in the rat race for a completely different life, but research has shown that the average length of stay for expats in any country worldwide is only 3 to 3.5 years.

My family and I lived in Costa Rica for seven years and learned through personal experience, and the “adventures” of dozens of expat friends, what sets the long-term expats apart from the many who return home.

So before you bag up your winter clothes and haul them off to the nearest thrift shop, sign up to receive my free e-book, 5 TRUTHS ABOUT EXPAT LIVING

This free guide will provide a unique perspective of expat living from someone who’s not afraid to tell you the truth. Find out what to really expect and how to assimilate more easily into your new home country.

Experience all the joy and rewards of expat living, but make sure you have as much information as possible before you pack your bags.

Click this link to get your copy of 5 Truths About Expat Living · Free e-book and make your move to paradise with confidence.

Pura vida, Penny 

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