Rewired and Retired in Nicaragua
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- The Power of Focus 1 day ago Stay alert and aware. The signs you are seeking are very clear at this moment. ~Hawk The month of August has been extremely challenging for me. Two weeks ago, I partially dislocated my kneecap chasing my dog in flip-flops. Then, … Continue reading →
- Humans of Nicaragua: Don Ebierto the Sobador 1 week ago “Injuries obviously change the way you approach the game.” ~Brett Favre I’ve watched the Olympics everyday, all day, with my leg raised and my knee iced and compressed. You see, I have my first sport related injury. That is, if … Continue reading →
- Can I Survive as a Whole Person Without Internet? 2 weeks ago “People who have so much of their personality invested in the Internet can’t really survive as whole individuals without it.” ― Mark A. Rayner, The Fridgularity Oh boy! That quote hits a home run with me. I invest so much … Continue reading →
- Wow! You Won't Believe What Just Happened! 3 weeks ago Do I have your attention? I just click baited you.
- Wanna Get Away? 3 weeks ago “Airplane travel is nature’s way of making you look like your passport photo.” — Al Gore Isn’t that the truth? Purchasing airline tickets is a complicated digital-aged process. Adding the hours I search for the best routes and the lowest … Continue reading →
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09:49 AM August 29, 2013
As a single woman of 55, trying to figure out my options for future retirement, this blog - rewired and retired really put costs of living in perspective for me. I am convinced that I can live in Nicaragua and afford what is considered there a very nice lifestyle. Hope run away inflation and discovery by tourism doesnt change it before I get there.
23:46 PM November 27, 2013
This was one of the first blogs I followed and it is really special! It's one of the reasons I ventured to Ometepe (one of the reasons I even knew about it) and it's just a really charming place. The blog is excellent - very creative and unexpected. I am always happy when an e-mail alerts me to a new post!