Double Trouble - Interview with Carole and Margo There is no
one way to live a life, or for that matter, one way to live a
dream retirement. Carol and Margo have an interesting story and
when finding themselves single in mid-life, decided to join
forces and resources to create a unique retirement style.
Interview with Garry Holmes - Living supercheap in Thailand.
Interview with Itchy Nomads Suzanne and John O'Rourke -
Suzanne and John O'Rourke have had one heckuva life filled with
world travel and working around the globe.
Interview with World Travelers Jeremy and Winnie
- Several years ago
Jeremy purchased our book and then we met him in Chiangmai,
Thailand. Since then, he and his wife, Winnie have retired from the
work force and are now traveling the world. Take a moment and read
this fun and informative interview!
Interview with Bob Clyatt Author of Work Less,
Live More. It's over a decade since Bob wrote his
book and we asked how his semi-retirement life was going,
and also how his two recommended portfolios were performing.
Interview with Jackie Lange, Panama
Relocation Tours If you have ever
thought of relocating or retiring to Panama, you need to
read this interview. Packed with information and insight.
Check it out.
Interview with Dr. Luis De Pena Everywhere we travel we
see the local Expat community getting involved in helping those who
are less fortunate. This is the story of how Expats are working with
locals in Guatemala to fund and run a health clinic for affordable
prices and with good care.
Interview Update with Kevin and Erin Knox Since
retirement life is not static, we asked if Kevin and Erin
would do a follow up Q&A for our Readers.
See our first interview here A fascinating couple, with world-wide
experience both in their previous careers and in travel. Read, Kevin
and Erin Knox interview.
Interview with Len Smith
RetireEarlyLifestyle are always looking for unique ways
for our Readers to make money and to express themselves.
This could be an opportunity for you.
Several years ago we
did an interview with an intrepid traveler named Bill
Clevenger whom we met in Thailand. He shared his wisdom,
insight and travel tips with our Readers at that time. We
caught up with Bill in Guatemala and did an
Update with Bill Clevenger
Paul and Vicki Terhorst Interview Update
When we last interviewed
Paul and Vicki Terhorst in 2007, they owned
property and a home in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Lots has
changed. Read their update interview here.
Interview with Karen Venable
Karen Venable runs a roommate finding business especially for
women over 50.
Interview with Nancy Pettine -
if you are single or your spouse prefers the comforts of home to
the challenge of adventure?
Portable Professionals Impressed with this young couple's
travel resume and joie de vivre, we asked that they tell our
readers about their location independent living style.
Interview with Soon to be, Retirees, Lori & Randy Grant -
Lori and Randy are
successfully paving their path to financial independence.
Interview with The Professional Hobo -
I'm Nora Dunn (not the
one who's big in Hollywood Ė although I
have been in
Hollywood movies) and I'm...
Lori Shea, Owner, Guatemala Medical Travel
With the prices of medical care and health insurance
in the States being so high, Medical Tourism or
Medical Travel is a workable answer for many. Lori
Shea is the owner of Guatemala Medical Travel
and she shares some very important insights on this
Retirees, Kevin & Valerie Cooper I had more
questions than we had time for as Kevin and Valerie
were exploring Chapala, and had plans for moving on
I first came to
Thailand - it seems like another lifetime ago - as a
Peace Corps volunteer and worked here for a number
of years, but for more than 20 years, I never
returned. When my consulting job at Boeing was sent
to India, I thought that maybe it was ...
Retirement Tale by Drake Bozarth Arriving back
to the US, we found that the whole economy had crashed.
To our great disappointment, our investments started...
Early Retirees Steve and Lynn Miller Interview
We sold our software business in 2009 and both are
fully retired in 2012 at ages 50 and 52. Our kids
are going off to college in the fall of 2012 so we
plan to feed our wanderlust by traveling most of the
Early Retiree Chris Smith Interview Chris
our book several years ago, and we finally met
him in person in
Chapala, Mexico last year. Creative, eccentric,
generous and with a heart of gold, Chris allowed us
to interview him and he shares his sense of humor
With the financial markets in turmoil and the investing
future being uncertain, we contacted
Sy Harding from
Street Smart Report for some insight into
what investors should be doing with their money today.
He was very generous in answering our questions...
here to read more.
Mexican Road Warriors
We often get mail from our readers
expressing concerns and curiosity about driving in Mexico and what
itís like to own a car here. Doubts about safety are often ..
Woman, World Traveler As a couple, we are fortunate
to share our love of travel together. But what if you are
single, or your spouse prefers the comforts of home to the
Breadth of Life
Betty had a bigger story she wanted to tell. She had just learned
she had inoperable cancer and was given less than six months to
Living Deliberately; A Family in Motion
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 inter-country exchange that began in...
Having the Fire to Retire Dennis and Martha McIntire retired
in the midst of the worse financial meltdown in our lifetimes.
Known to the blog world and on
national television as The Millionaire Mommy Next Door,
Jen Smith went from working a minimum wage job as a college
drop-out to financial freedom as a debt-free, self-made millionaire
by age 40. Since Jen didn't inherit wealth or win the lottery, she
serves as the kind of example we admire.
We have known
and Lucille Kennedy for a number of years and thought their
experience of retiring and living along the shores of Lake Chapala,
Mexico was worth sharing.
Rick and Darlene Swanson
purchased the 3rd Edition of our
book, The Adventurer's Guide to Early Retirement in 2007. We have kept in contact through emails ever
since, learning that the Swanson's are raising a family of three children
and travel the world on family
vacations while still maintaining a goal of retirement at age 50. They have
been most kind to answer our questions of how they do this
skillfully and having family fun at the same time. We know that
those of you with families will benefit from their practical wisdom
During our conversations
Mark and Stephanie discussed how they had raised a fiscally
responsible child while maintaining their retirement dream. We knew
their story would peak the interest of our
The journey towards retirement is
different for everyone. Since we all have a different approach, we
Kim Hurtís account of leaving the working world and entering
retirement would be informative
to those of you who will be facing that challenge soon yourselves.
An extraordinary benefit of being
world travelers, is getting to know other world travelers. A few
years ago, we met Dale Knight in Chiang Mai, Thailand.
Traveling by Knight
Several years ago we met
a very successful Ex-Pat. Well traveled, well read and now a
locally famous photography instructor.
Early Retired from the Military,
but still has active duties.
For the price
of a beer he told us his story.
first met Captain Ray Gaines while sitting at my poolside office in
Chiang Mai, Thailand.
Courageous, Captain Ray Gaines
Respectful, supportive and
sharp-as-a-whip, Cynthia exudes the confidence of a woman who knows
who she is and what she wants.
doer, not a talker" is her motto. Penny Strong, a one-woman
Peace Corps, walks the talk.
A Strong Commitment to Humanity
Pedro is a
Ladies Man At thirty-five, he has those handsome Portuguese good
looks, and is soft spoken. Itís no wonder heís always got a girl on
Billy and Akaisha in Bangkok,
Interviews of Billy and Akaisha Kaderli
Retire Early - MarketWatch Andrea Coombes
Nomadtopia Radio Interviews Billy and Akaisha - Financial
How to Travel Forever - World Wanderers Interview Billy and
Interview of Us by Andy Hobo Traveler
Yes, It's Possible to Retire in Your 30's
Cash Flow Diary - You CAN Live Life
on Your Own Terms!
Interview with Billy Kaderli
Toasting 25 Years of Financial
Retiring before 40 - How it's Really
Done, with less money than you might imagine
Three major cash-sucks one couple avoided to retire at age 38
How to Retire and Travel the World Forever with Billy and Akaisha
Kaderli - Podcast Interview
Mary Eileen Williams of Feisty Side of
Fifty Radio interviews Akaisha! Listen to this inspiring and
How indexing helped these retirees live footloose and fancy-free
Dave Ross from CBS Radio interviews Billy and Akaisha
Retire South of the Border
Cohn, Kiplinger magazine
Finding a Low Cost Paradise
interviews Billy & Akaisha
Bankrate.com Interview II
TV 12 Interview
12 News Phoenix
Investment U e-Letter
Kiplinger's Retirement Planning 2007
Nationally Syndicated Radio Show Talk Host Clark Howard
Kiplinger's Personal Finance magazine Oct 2006
Jet Setter Show with Jason Hartman interviews Billy & Akaisha
Interview with David Hardy Good
Morning Chiangmai News
Work Less, Live More Interview
Interview with Dr. Cynthia Barnett
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 Adventurerís Guide to Early Retirement and
Retirement Dream IS Possible
available on their website
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