Blogs We Love.
Written by our customers - expats, retirees, professionals, RVers, global nomads.
Written by Josh, an American living in China since 2006, this blog is a must read for anyone visiting or thinking of going to China. Filled with money-saving tips, interesting stories and a whole lot of information about China, the blog is a wonderful read.
Jim Winslett travels the world in search of the latest and greatest roller coasters. No coaster is too big or too small - if it’s there, it’s worth riding. Hold on tight and follow his ups and downs through witty prose and jaw-dropping photos.
Auspicious Agile is about helping people to succeed with Agile, DevOps and related methods (like Design Thinking and Lean Start-up). The blog is filled with interesting stuff like business methods, leadership, business, personal & scaling.
A lovely blog written by Cheryl, who with her husband made the "one day" possible and moved to Costa Rica for a better life. Cheryl writes the blog with information to help anyone considering a move to Costa Rica, along with her other personal experiences there (shopping, banking, etc.)
Mike and his wife sold their home in 2016 and are traveling, looking for a place to retire overseas. Follow their adventures as they travel from Malta to Mexico!
Rob and his wife Kate, are full time RVers. Massive Tiny Dreams is about their journey, their inspiration and living life intentionally tiny.
Dana Warnquist is a fine art nature photographer and her husband Mark Warnquist is a lawyer and an insurance executive. Originally from the U.S., Dana and Mark now live in Toronto with their two labs. Head over to their blog to see some amazing photos of places they have travelled to. And hey, you can even buy a 2017 calendar with some of Dana's favorite photos from their blog.
This blog is mainly about contemporary opera (operas composed after 1970), but also about classical music. Ce blog est consacré principalement à l'actualité de l'opéra contemporain depuis 1970, mais aussi à la musique / musicologie en général, de manière plus anecdotique.