Artist Diane Pearl in Ajijic

Expat Entrepreneurs in Mexico: The Pearl of Lake Chapala

After years of working as an artist in San Francisco, New York and Santa Fe, the Pearl of Lake Chapala finally found bliss in...
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Expat Entrepreneurs in Mexico: Digital Nomads Discovering Mexico

Husband and wife team Todd and Allison Nevins found each other in Dallas, Texas, got married, moved to Mérida, moved back to Texas and...
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,...
Beach at Manzanillo, Mexico

The Man from Manzanillo, Mexico

At age 17, Gerry Szakacs left his small town of Kipling, Saskatchewan and headed for the bright lights of Calgary to begin his working...
Neoclassical Mexican theatre, Teatro Degollado, in Guadalajara

The Art of Life in Guadalajara

It took Will Chapman years before he finally decided to follow his passion for the arts. Now he practices the art of life in...
Beach at Playa del Carmen, Mexico

Living in Photo Friendly Playa del Carmen

Growing up in a safari park near Durban, South Africa, Cyndra Schultz spent hours photographing the local wildlife and never thought about moving to...
Lake Chapala in Ajijic

Expat Entrepreneurs in Mexico: Aussies Offer Rooms with a View in Ajijic

Australians Emile and Alix Badawy thought they would spend the rest of their lives living the tropical life on Maui in the Hawaiian Islands....
Aerial view of Merida

Expat Entrepreneurs in Mexico: Taking Mérida Real Estate Online

Mitch Keenan moved south of the border from Denver, Colorado in 1995 and rode the expat real estate wave to success by taking Mérida...
Small globe resting on top of banknotes

Using International Money Transfers in Mexico

At some point in your expat life in Mexico you may need to send money home or ask for money to be sent to...
Fine Arts Palace

Almost Six Decades of Life and Art in Mexico City

Women today may feel that “the system” makes their lives impossible, but after almost six decades of life and art in Mexico City, Helen...