Living in Mexico


Living in Mexico can be a magical experience. It is an inviting country that most foreigners know very little about. There is something for everyone here. You might like basking on endless sun-soaked beaches, exploring incredible flora and fauna, enjoying rich cuisine and nightlife, meeting warm and fun-loving people or just soaking up a culture and language much different than your own.

Moving to Mexico (or any foreign country) requires a lot of planning, but it doesn’t have to be difficult. There are a number of aspects of your move to consider and decide upon.

Here are the key things to consider before making the move. I’ll be writing a separate post about each item. Check back here for links to these additional posts as they’re written.

  1. How I Moved to Mexico for Six Months
  2. What Can You Do With Your Job when Moving Abroad?
  3. The Cost of Living in Mexico
  4. How to Drive to Mexico
  5. Choosing a Place to Live in Mexico and Finding an Apartment or House
  6. How to Sublet Your Apartment
  7. Receiving Postal Mail Online
  8. How to Learn a Language in 96 Hours

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I'm Corbett Barr, founder of Fizzle and Palapa and co-host of The Fizzle Show. This is where I write about building businesses, living the good life, and doing work that matters. More about me »

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