Rewired and Retired in Nicaragua
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- A Wheelbarrow Full of Kindness 2 years ago “Your one random act of kindness may not change the world but it might make a difference in the life of someone today” ― Maria Koszler Our winter resembles this tangle of wisteria vines in the front of our house. … Continue reading →
- Comparing Cost of Living in USA and Nicaragua: It will surprise you! 2 years ago “Everything costs something.” ― Zara Hairston When we lived in Nicaragua, we occasionally referred to ourselves as economic refugees. We took early retirement and lived off our small teaching pensions. We did everything financial experts advised to prepare for living … Continue reading →
- Travel Apps, Maps, and More Bang for Your Travel Bucks 2 years ago Nothing is ever called Welcome back without a Journey. If you desire to get results, you work it out, rather than hoping and wishing. Hope you understand this my friend. Travel has always been our passion. Now that we are … Continue reading →
- Reverse Culture Shock 2 years ago “When you travel overseas, the locals see you as a foreigner, and when you return, you see the locals as foreigners.” ― Robert Black “Reverse culture shock is the emotional and psychological distress suffered by some people when they return … Continue reading →
- Part Two: Collective Mentality 2 years ago “From one dog all the dogs bark.” ― Marty Rubin Please read Part One: Opposition or Enemy first. I believe it will help you to understand my train of thoughts as I venture into the twilight zone in Part … 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!