The pandemic has influenced ‘where’ people work. Especially Americans. While your counterparts travel the world breathing the air and waters they crave, do you still dream of sipping cocktails on a Mediterranean rooftop but shrink back by the demands of your job/career in the US? You don’t have to. Having lived in plenty of countries such as Pakistan, Korea, and Spain when working as a diplomat for the US government formerly, I’ve known first-hand how to make your temporary foreign country stay kick while still maintaining work + life in the US. And don’t worry; it’s not all passport stamps and language barriers. With a little planning and adaptability, you can have your croissant and eat it too (figuratively speaking, of course).
Prepare to trade in your cubicle for a beachside cabana on this episode of the Go Money podcast where I teach you the risk-free, stress-free, and uncertainty-free ways to make it happen. From the benefits of a time zone difference, challenges of navigating unfamiliar laws and regulations to maintaining connections and responsibilities at home, I’ve got you covered on everything you must know to feed your inner travel bug a safe and satisfying exploration experience. I’ll also fill you in on the endless rewards of living abroad, including the more known: experiencing new cultures and making unforgettable memories, and the lesser-known: financial gains.
Tablecloth Finance, your hub for all things financial, brings you this informative and adventurous episode. Tune in and take the first step towards making your global dreams a reality!
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1. Many companies today are giving you the benefit of working from your home or anywhere. You can choose a company that allows that advantage and work from a different country to satisfy your wanderlust soul.
2. Not a promotion for Portugal, but the country has made itself foreigner-friendly by offering friendly facilities and stay options for people from abroad. It is also much less expensive than many places in the US. You can save a lot of money by living in a different country like Portugal while enjoying the same (or better) benefits of your hometown.
3. Taking care of your home while living in a different country can seem like a challenge, but it isn’t as much of a hassle as it appears. Simply join a platform like AirBnb and rent it out. You can have it listed out in a matter of minutes and find the right person quickly enough.
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