Expats In Mexico – The Expat Guide to Living in Mexico – is an online magazine designed for both expats currently living in Mexico and aspiring expats who are planning to move to this beautiful country. We bring you a broad range of timely and trustworthy articles, blogs and information to help you get the most out of living in Mexico.
This guide was created by long-time expats Robert Nelson and Felice Arden Nelson who previously owned and operated myinternationaladventure.com, the adventurer’s guide to moving, living and working abroad.
Robert Nelson lived in Puerto Vallarta for seven years as a global brand consultant and wrote the best selling book “Boomers in Paradise: Living in Puerto Vallarta.” He also authored “Adventurers Abroad: The New American Expat Generation.” An expert on expatriation, Robert also lived in Germany, Turkey and Greece and has traveled to over a dozen countries on three continents.
A marketing and media professional for over 40 years, he also was an adjunct professor of advertising at San Jose State University for 10 years.
Felice Arden Nelson lived in London as an expat film producer for seven years before heading west to Los Angeles. A native New Yorker, she has had a successful career in magazine and newspaper advertising sales and management with Ms. Magazine, SPIN magazine, Hearst Publishing and the Bay Area News Group. She also was a vice president of sales for CMR (now Kantar Media), an advertising media research firm.
The Expat Guide to Living in Mexico online magazine was founded to help make your life in Mexico the very best it can be. Whether you are planning a move to Mexico, retired or retiring, working for a company, have your own business or launching a new business, or just living the good life in Mexico, Expats In Mexico – The Expat Guide to Living in Mexico – is your online home to read, view, comment and participate.
Finally, what makes us different from the many other resources on life in Mexico? One of our readers summed it up best: “I love hearing accounts of expat life in Mexico from real people.” Nothing is more authentic than seeing their lives come to life in an article or a blog or watching them tell their story in one of our expat videos.
We would love to hear from you. If you have any new content ideas, a question, feedback on our website or any other topic you feel is relevant, please contact us.