In 1991 Billy and Akaisha Kaderli retired at the age
of 38. Now, into their 3rd decade of this
financially independent lifestyle, they invite you
to take advantage of their wisdom and experience.
Newsletters, Blogs, Radio Shows, Downloadable Books, Online
After Fifty Living With a social
center, articles on finance, health and fitness, lifestyle and companionship,
this site offers relevant information on how to live your life after fifty with
is an expatriate information and resource portal which connects expats living in
or moving to over 89 countries across the globe, and includes an online forum.
Worldwide is composed of a network of expatriate sites worldwide offering
forums, guides, and other information.
Travelers Library Books, movies and other travel
inspirations that enrich your lives.
Happiness is the homepage of Dr. Martin Seligman, Director of the Positive
Psychology Center at the University of Pennsylvania. This
site offers free questionnaires to help you determine your strengths, your
emotions and your meaning in life. Free resources.
Better World Books Free shipping
worldwide!! Every time you purchase a book from Better World Books, they donate
a book to someone in need. Check it out!
BookBoon offers free downloadable
books for students and travelers in PDF format. All the books can be
downloaded without registration. The ebooks are legal and written exclusively
for Bookboon. Travel guides, textbooks, and business books.
Can I Retire Yet? Blog, free ebook.
Caregiver is a single source of
information, advice, and support for caregivers. Benefit from a community of 54
million caregivers learning, exchanging ideas, and receiving support. You can
join a forum, find local resources in your state, or subscribe to their
newsletter or magazine.
Caretaker Gazette is a unique newsletter
containing property caretaking and house sitting jobs, advice and information
for property caretakers, housesitters, and land owners. Published since 1983,
it's the only publication in the world dedicated to the property caretaking
field. Benefits for subscription members.
The Clark Howard Show
Syndicated radio talk show host and consumer activist, Clark Howard
presents his show: Save more, spend less and avoid rip offs.
Hear Clark live Monday - Friday from 1 p.m. - 4 p.m. Eastern Time.
Clark Norton The expert in Baby Boomer
Coursera Take the world's best
Cruising World - a monthly
publication for anyone considering going cruising on a boat.
The Dave Ramsey Show
offers life-changing financial advice on this nationally syndicated
radio program. The three-hour live radio talk show focuses on life,
love, and relationships, and how they happen to revolve around money.
Dave Ramsey also founded the Financial
Peace University which offers courses, newsletters and instruction on
how to take control of your personal finances. You can speak with a
customer care person by calling 888.227.3223, or get Dave's advice
online 24/7 through
My Total Money
List has interesting data on cost of
living and quality of life by a variety of measures for cities
around the world. You can search just on cost of living, best
cities if you’re a single guy (or girl), cheapest, safest (for
women), and where you can make the most on Airbnb. They have a
list of best cities to work from home which they call their
digital nomad list based on “internet speed, cost of living,
weather and fun.”
Discover Share Inspire A
family of 7 travel the world in a life altering adventure. Living deliberately,
homeless by choice. This family is on a mission; one focused on discovery,
expansion, learning and finding out what it means to be a human being in an
A Family in
Doctor Bob Martin Radio Show Dr. Martin believes that information
is the key to good health. He is board certified in Anti-Aging Medicine, as
a Clinical Nutritionist, as a Chiropractic Physician and Physiotherapist,
and in in Applied Kinesiology. He also has training in the fields of
medicine, acupuncture, herbology, sports medicine, and exercise physiology.
Stretcher publishes a number of newsletters that can help you
accomplish more with the time and money that you already have. Covering
such topics as time and money-saving tips for families with children,
activities and general ideas for involving
yourself in simple ways with your child's educational
foods and computer questions. There is a Library Subject Index
that categorizes any topic of interest. All newsletters are free
Dollar Times has calculators for
investments and savings, home and car loans and personal finance. Want to know
how much you will save if you quit smoking or pack your lunch instead of going
out? Here's the place - you can even track your progress on your blog or website
or put your data in a chart. Simple and quick.
Expat Exchange is
a fairly extensive expatriate site, with a forum, providing resources and
articles for expatriates worldwide.
Financial Mentor Financial Freedom for smart people.
FMCA- a national organization for RV, Trailer and Motorhome enthusiast.
They have a monthly publication, discount member services and annual
The Freecycle Network was
started in May 2003 to promote waste reduction in Tucson's downtown and
help save desert landscape from being taken over by landfills. The
Network provides individuals and non-profits an electronic forum to
"recycle" unwanted items. One person's trash can truly be another's
treasure! When you want to find a new home for something -- whether it's
a chair, a fax machine,
piano, or an old door -- you simply send an e-mail offering it to
members of the local Freecycle group. Main rule:
Everything posted must be free, legal, and appropriate for all ages.
Frugal Dad is a resource for the average
family to find financial solutions to their personal financial lifestyle.
Down to earth advice, information and tips.
Future Expats Forum is a
very fine website in the form of a blog which explores many expatriate issues
for those present and future, including crearting a portable career and
preparation for moving abroad.
Go To Retirement A Baby Boomers journey
from retirement planning to retirement living.
Great Retirement Spots
profiles retirement places to live nationally and
internationally. They take into consideration cost-of-living which includes
housing, utilities, food, transportation and taxes. Check out their
locations or sign up for their weekly newsletter. You may be pleasantly
Hole in the Donut Cultural
Travel Travel gear, packing tips, volunteering.
Iagora is an online
marketplace for those interested in studying in Europe, with job listings,
housing resources, and forums.
Instructables will instruct you on
all sorts of Do It Yourself Jobs for technology challenges, outdoor sports,
cars, home renovation, furniture, food and more. You are retired, you have
the time. Save the money and learn to do it yourself.
Institute of Consumer Financial Education offers money tips for young
Americans, financial information and education resources, a credit education
course for high school seniors and college students, education and information
on the dangers of debt accumulation while young and more.
Laugh with Laverne H.
by reading her Huffington Post column. Break up the day and get your
humor juices going!
Lauren Greutman the
frugal-living, Personal Finance Expert, sanity-saving mother of
four who helps women create financial freedom for their families
by sharing simple, easy ways to take back control of their
money, live within their means, and create the simpler, happier
life they’ve always dreamed of.
Life Part 2
Jonathan Look took early retirement in 2011 and plans to travel the world for
ten years; one country at a time, one year at a time. Instead of clinging to his
possessions he opted for a life of discovering new places, meeting new people
and being more aware of his place on this tiny planet.
Soft adventure travel, books.
Lines of Beauty
is a blog about aging gracefully, one beautiful wrinkle at a time.
The Lonely Planet Newsletter, travel
forums, travel stories, volunteer opportunities. How do you know if you would
like to see a particular country? Check it out here first.
Military Retirement and Financial
The Motley Fool A site to educate, amuse and
enrich the individual investor. Information for personal finance, the stock
market and keys to investment.
My Itchy Travel Feet The Baby
Boomers' Guide to Travel. Various destinations, themed trips, travel gear.
Netmixer is an online resource directory
for business professionals to find out about networking and business events as
well as regional organizations and groups.
Oblivious Investor Simple, low
Osher Lifelong Learning
Yearning to learn?
For Boomers, It's Back to Class Time
Otts World Off the
beaten path travel destinations, and life experiences of a
single female world wanderer.
Plan B Retirement. offers
articles on how to develop a healthy mindset for retirement, jumpstarting
your retirement savings, and making wise housing choices. Offers a
step-by-step checklist and a resource page. Free newsletter.
Portfolio Solutions A practical
approach to low cost investing.
The Professional Hobo offers
lots of fun reading and solid tips for travel, finance on the road and creative
Retire Early Lifestyle Free
newsletter on travel, lifestyle and financially independent living. Concrete
advice, worthy insight, great photos and fun. To subscribe, put 'subscribe' into
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Retirement Researcher Blog Independent,
data-driven, and research based information about retirement.
Retiring Overseas Ever wonder
where the best places are to retire overseas? Nine countries are listed, along
with facts and criteria for choosing the best place for you to retire. You can
even participate in a blog
to ask others their opinions!
Round the World Expenses Warren and
Betsy have been traveling the world since 2010 and keep track of their expenses
in every country. There's more!
Satisfying Retirement - nicely written in clear, sometimes
self-reflective language on almost 20 topics of interest:
Family, Friendship, Success, Finances, Creativity, Health and
Sixty and Me Beauty,
dating, mindset, life, family, money, travel, health, fashion,
Stride Travel Uncover
and compare the best guided tours and adventure trips. Guided
tours, small ship cruises, and vacation packages from hundreds
of tour operators and cruise lines. Pick your perfect trip in
just one click with real reviews, expert advice, and clear
Surgery Center of Oklahoma
Blog G. Keith Smith, M.D. writes about free markets in medical care and
Tales from a
Small Planet is a fine webzine with news, stories, links, excellent message
boards, and other resources for travelers and expatriates.
Teens Got Cents Join
thousands of other teens on the path to a secure financial
future! Categories include Mom Cents, Collenge Cents, Blog
Cents, Job Cents, Shopping Cents.
Third Culture Kids- a website and well
known book supporting children and their parents on the consequences and
benefits of raising your child in a foreign country.
Transitions Abroad - a webzine with a
host of articles and resources for those considering living abroad.
Guides by World Nomads
Learn basic travel phrases in 25 different
languages including Spanish, German, Dutch, French, Hindi, Mandarin, Swahili &
Nepali. FREE downloads for
iPhones and MP3s. MSNBC recently rated the WorldNomads.com language guide series
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About the Authors
Billy and Akaisha
Kaderli are recognized retirement
experts and internationally
published authors on topics of
finance and world travel. With the
wealth of information they share on
their award winning website
they have been helping people
achieve their own retirement dreams
since 1991. They wrote the popular
The Adventurer’s Guide to Early Retirement and
Retirement Dream IS Possible
available on their website
bookstore or on
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