My First Year in Mexico
By Hayley Priester
July 18th, 2018
If you’ve ever taken a trip to Mexico, you know the feeling. Sitting on an airplane for what seems to be forever, filling out forms and you’re just anxious to get to your designated resort with drink in hand so the vacation can begin. Well now imagine you get to the part on the forms asking about where you’re staying and for how long and you have no idea what to put. I remember saying to myself “You’re really doing it, you’re moving to Mexico”. The weeks before had been so crazy with interviews and documents and selling all my belongings I wouldn’t need for my new life in paradise (goodbye winter coats!), I didn’t have time to process what I was doing; or even imagine what the future held for me. Good thing I didn’t try too hard to imagine what this first year in Puerto Vallarta would look like because I would never have been able to come close to the real adventures and challenges I’ve faced!
What to know about living in Mexico?
By Natasha Minguer
May 15, 2018
If you ever speak with an Expat living in Mexico you will hear this story over and over again; “I came here for a couple months and decided to stay”. Over different variations and different places but overall the same experience. With over 2 million Americans living in this country, Mexico becomes an Expat’s haven! But why are so many Americans are deciding to change their lives and move to Mexico?
Making the Leap
By Sharon Schwartz (wife of current sales manager)
February 14th, 2018
As I’m typing this I’m sitting on a beach chair in the sand half focused on writing this and half mesmerized by the waves going in and out in front of me. If I get too hot, I’ll put my iPhone into my beach bag and walk the 17 steps or so into the giant ocean in front of me that is the Bay of Banderas. Daily Vitamin Sea. My husband, Danny, is next to me. We just ate jumbo shrimp on the beach, his butter garlic and lime. I ate spaghetti with shrimp in a white wine sauce. This isn’t uncommon in high season. One or two days a week we go to the beach for the day. Danny has a few beers and I eat lots of deserts because I’m due with our first child in a few months.
9 Tips to Surviving Your First Year in Mexico
By Sean Bork
November 15, 2017
You’ve made your decision! You are going to change your life and start a new career in Mexico. Sounds easy right? The last time you visited Mexico, you had a great time. The resort was wonderful, the weather was great and that kind young lady at the resort concierge desk tended to your every need. What a carefree life it must be to live this way 365 days a year.
A Career in Mexico
By Josh N. Garcia
September 1st, 2017
There is one question I consistently get asked by friends and family from the USA and Canada, “Why do you work in Mexico?” The short answers are typically led with great opportunity, quality of life and work-to-life balance. The longer conversations lead to comments on Mexico’s surging economy, popularity in tourism and new developments.