If you dream of living in Spain, you’re in the right place.
It’s often thought that it’s only the golden oldies who get to move to Spain with a pension to support them.
But what if you’re working age? Have a family? Maybe pets?
Think it’s impossible?
We’re here to tell you that it isn’t!
A few years ago we made our dream of living in Spain a reality. We don’t have the security of a pension to support us, we’re a young(ish), working age family with kids, who need to make a living.
Luckily for us, the world is a very different place to the one we grew up in.
The internet has allowed us to become location free, to leave mind numbing jobs behind in order to follow our dreams.
We’re privileged to be living an amazing life in the mountains of Eastern Spain. Our days are full of joy, abundance and juicy experiences! No more drudgery, no more rain, no more struggling to pay the bills.
Freedom is a wonderful thing.
Life is to be lived, not endured. You can have a great life in Spain, no matter what your current circumstances.
All it takes is commitment, elbow grease, moving out of your comfort zone…..and a PLAN.
And that’s where we come in. We’ll help you make your own personal plan to move to Spain.
Our blog posts, books and courses are designed to help you plan your move and take action to get to Spain. We’ll share our personal stories and anecdotes and help you uncover what you want from your new life in another country.
Our main focus is on helping you to create a plan to support yourself in Spain. We want you to be realistic, but optimistic. Our aim is to help you to succeed.
It’s not all about business, though! We cover all aspects of living in Spain, such as:-
- Preparing to move;
- Where to move;
- Finances: – Banking and Bills;
- Moving day;
- Children and school;
- Pets (including horses.)
- Daily life;
- Food & Cooking;
- Enjoying life
and much, much more.
NOTE ON BREXIT: If you’re a Brit and you’re worried about losing your rights to live and work freely throughout the EU, never fear. I believe that if you are going to make the move, you should do it as soon as possible. You are more likely to be able to stay the sooner you put down roots in Spain. You don’t know unless you try.