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Robert Nelson

Robert Nelson
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Founder and co-owner of Expats In Mexico with his wife Felice, Bob blogs, edits and writes content that covers a wide variety of topics of interest to expats living in Mexico and aspiring expats who are planning a move to the country. Email: info@expatsinmexico.com.
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How to Find a Job in Mexico

Finding a job in your home country is tough enough, but what about landing a job in a new country? How to find a...
Street in Puerto Vallarta

How Expats Can Stay Safe in Mexico

No matter where you live in the world, personal security should be on your mind these days. No, you shouldn’t be paranoid, but as...
Mansion along Paseo de Montejo

Moving to Mexico: Leaving the U.K. for the Sun of Mérida

If you have spent any time at all in the United Kingdom, you know that sunshine is precious. For Nichola Lister-Smith and her husband...
Beach in Rosarito

Living in Mexico Just South of the Border

A whole new world of possibilities opened up for Doris Payne-Camp several decades ago when she discovered the joy of living in Mexico just...
Woman angrily talking on the phone in a car

Can You Live in Mexico Without Learning Spanish?

Can you live in Mexico without learning Spanish? We hear that question often from aspiring expats in the U.S., Canada and elsewhere who have...
Zocalo Square in Puebla, Mexico

Mexican Cities Have the Lowest Cost-of-Living in the Americas

A  new study by Numbeo – one of two online research firms we use for cost-of- living data – shows that Mexican cities have...
Business district of Mexico City

Why You Should Be Glad You Are an Expat in Mexico

Mercer, the world’s largest human resources consulting firm, just came out with its annual cost-of-living survey and the results should make an expat in...
Sunset in San Miguel de Allende

A Better Work/Life Balance in Mexico

Americans, Canadians and people from all over the world are opting out of their stressful jobs and long hours for a better work/life balance...
Sian Ka'an Biosphere Reserve, Quintana Roo, Mexico

Expat Entrepreneurs in Mexico: The Language School in Quintana Roo

Several hundred miles north of Mexico’s border with Belize, expat Catherine Gray has been making a big difference in the lives of the mostly...
Lake Chapala in Ajijic

Trading Vancouver Rain for Mexico Sunshine

Born and raised just outside of America’s Big Apple, Tom Lang lived most of his life north of the border. But after 40 years,...