I’m Barista-FIRE’d: How I Manage My Money in Semi-Retirement
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by Julie B. Rose
2M ago
I’ve spoken about what I did in the years prior to selling my house and achieving financial stability, but I haven’t talked much about what I am doing about money whilst living part-time in Mexico, traveling around the world, and working part-time. Here's a look into my money management strategy. The post I’m Barista-FIRE’d: How I Manage My Money in Semi-Retirement first appeared on juliedevivre.com by Julie B. Rose ..read more
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16 Weeks in Europe Recap: My “Best of” List
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by Julie B. Rose
4M ago
“Julie… where was your favorite place in Europe?” I’m not a mom, but I reckon it’s kind of like choosing your favorite child: each place I visited is unique and special in its own way, so I literally cannot pick a favorite! So, instead… how about I do superlatives, high school-yearbook-style (in a completely biased, non-scientific way, of course)? And the award for most beautiful city, prettiest old town, best food, and nicest people goes to... The post 16 Weeks in Europe Recap: My “Best of” List first appeared on juliedevivre.com by Julie B. Rose ..read more
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Nomad Insurance or Global Expat Health Insurance?: My Experience
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by Julie B. Rose
4M ago
Health insurance! With the astronomical cost of healthcare in the U.S, I've heard from a lot of Americans that losing company-sponsored health insurance is one of the main concerns they have when it comes to quitting their job before they’re of retirement age — and that was once one of my main concerns, too. If you're a self-employed or unemployed nomad... you have some options when it comes to insurance coverage. Here's my experience over the years. The post Nomad Insurance or Global Expat Health Insurance?: My Experience first appeared on juliedevivre.com by Julie B. Rose ..read more
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What It Costs to Live in Mexico, and Why I Increased my Budget 
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by Julie B. Rose
4M ago
If you guys have been tracking my spending updates during the last few years since I semi-retired outside the U.S., you’ve seen… my spending (more or less) slowly increasing.  While some of that is a result of inflation, demand, and the strengthening Mexican peso... I've also made some conscious choices. The post What It Costs to Live in Mexico, and Why I Increased my Budget  first appeared on juliedevivre.com by Julie B. Rose ..read more
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How I Practice Abundance and Stay Positive, Despite the Uncertainty of Nomadic Living
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by Julie B. Rose
4M ago
A nomadic, adventurous, untethered lifestyle has become more and more attractive and popular, especially as more and more people explore remote or seasonal work, entrepreneurship, freelancing, and early retirement... but, like anything new, this lifestyle can come with a lot of question marks. The most common concerns I hear about a nomadic lifestyle are: how to deal with inconsistent expenses, unreliable income, and financial uncertainty about the future. Here's my take. The post How I Practice Abundance and Stay Positive, Despite the Uncertainty of Nomadic Living first appeared on julie ..read more
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The Chase Sapphire Travel Credit Card: A Nomad’s Honest Review
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by Julie B. Rose
4M ago
The Chase Sapphire Preferred card is a favorite travel credit card, highly recommended by many international travelers, including myself. I've had the card for 3+ years — here's my honest review, the good and the bad, and some real-life examples. The post The Chase Sapphire Travel Credit Card: A Nomad’s Honest Review first appeared on juliedevivre.com by Julie B. Rose ..read more
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Worldpackers Review: My Experience Volunteering in Mexico
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by Julie B. Rose
4M ago
If you would like to travel more, and are craving a more fulfilling and meaningful experience (both for you as a traveler and the communities you engage with) — while keeping costs down — consider volunteering. Here's my experience with the platform Worldpackers. The post Worldpackers Review: My Experience Volunteering in Mexico first appeared on juliedevivre.com by Julie B. Rose ..read more
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What It Costs to Live in Mexico… Welcome to Another Nomad Life Spending Update 
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by Julie B. Rose
4M ago
How does a full-time solo traveler (with a car and a dog) spend her money, living and traveling Mexico? Peer into my spending the last three months, and take it from me... I can't afford *NOT* to travel! The post What It Costs to Live in Mexico… Welcome to Another Nomad Life Spending Update  first appeared on juliedevivre.com by Julie B. Rose ..read more
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The #1 Quality Each Minimalist Needs: And How I Nurtured It
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by Julie B. Rose
4M ago
People look at what I did — downsized my entire life into a few boxes and suitcases — and think: "Wow, good for her, but I never could!" and that doesn't surprise me. When the seeds were first planted, I thought the same. But my transformation boils down to ONE single quality that I nurtured to become a minimalist, and that is... The post The #1 Quality Each Minimalist Needs: And How I Nurtured It first appeared on juliedevivre.com by Julie B. Rose ..read more
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How I Secure Reasonable Accommodations on the Nomad Life (Hint: It’s Not Airbnb)
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by Julie B. Rose
4M ago
I’ve been traveling full-time since 2020, and while I started out strong on the platform, I now use Airbnb as a last resort due to a couple of bad experiences. So here's my tried-and-true formula for best results (for me, a solo female nomad) — for long-term stays, I rent direct-to-owner, and for short-term stays, I use hotels. Read on. The post How I Secure Reasonable Accommodations on the Nomad Life (Hint: It’s Not Airbnb) first appeared on juliedevivre.com by Julie B. Rose ..read more
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