Author Archives: Retire Early Lifestyle

About Retire Early Lifestyle

Billy and Akaisha Kaderli retired three decades ago at the age of 38 and began traveling the world. As recognized retirement experts and internationally published authors on topics of finance and world travel, they have been interviewed about retirement issues by The Wall Street Journal, Kiplinger's Personal Finance Magazine, The Motley Fool Rule Your Retirement newsletter, nationally syndicated radio talk shows and countless newspapers and TV shows nationally and worldwide. They wrote the popular books The Adventurer's Guide to Early Retirement (Your Simple Path to FIRE) and Your Retirement Dream IS Possible.

Don’t Count Me Out

She had danced to the Charleston and to Swing, and was courted by handsome young men in Model T Fords and Buick Roadmasters. Continue reading

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Location Suggestions for Single Retiree?

As far as where to recommend one to retire when they are single, I’m afraid I don’t have any clear answers. But why not try these suggested locations? Continue reading

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The World Is Your Oyster

  Hi Akaisha and Billy, Boy, I sure needed to see your e-mail and  the following statement as I’ve been retired (age 57) for a year now and am feeling quite lost not knowing what to do with my life.  … Continue reading

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Identifying Knee Injuries

Hopefully, this article has made it a little easier for you to understand the different symptoms associated with knee injuries. Continue reading

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Is 61 Too Old to Be a Gypsy?

Are you still traveling and exploring as you did 20 years ago or are you going to slow up on your travels/adventures? Continue reading

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Is Chapala, Mexico the Place for You?

We once rented a beautiful place – spacious, sunny, all new appliances and fit our every need — except one of the neighbors had a yelping uncontrolled dog and she fed 15 feral cats… which made living there very uncomfortable! Continue reading

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Power-Purpose-Direction with Yoga

Yoga is not a religion, it is based on science. Think anatomy, biology, physiology, philosophy, and psychology. Continue reading

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Aging: Not All Fun and Games

He cocked his head. “Oh? That’s good to know. You’re very marketable, you know.” What a strange way to express a compliment, I thought.
Then he added, “You do still drive at night, don’t you? I know a number of men I’m certain would be interested in you, but none of them drive after dark.” Continue reading

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STRESS: the one thing you WANT to leave behind when traveling

Abigail and I were traveling to Sicily to visit a friend for 8 days. We couldn’t be more excited! When we arrived, our bags didn’t. Not one of them. Continue reading

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My Life as an Expat in Chiang Khong

Even 10 or 12 years ago if anyone had suggested I would leave my country of Australia, my home, family, friends and go and live somewhere far, far away from everything familiar to me, I would have laughed and told them they were “barking mad.” Continue reading

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