Living in the Now at Lake Chapala Ajijic, Mexico

November 19, 2009

Where do you live? As most of you know, if you’ve visited, I’ve lived for seven years or so here at beautiful Lake Chapala, Mexico.

I sincerely hope that someday you will be able to live here as well.

But today, I have a question for you. Where do you live…‘Mentally’?

Just what sort of a question is this?

Well, here’s what I mean. Do you think back and spend a lot of time dwelling on the past?

Or, do you dream about the future and perhaps a wonderful new life here at Lake Chapala Mexico?

Well there’s certainly nothing wrong about remembering all the good times, the good friends and the successes of your past life.

And, there’s certainly nothing wrong with dreaming about the future, especially if it includes a wonderful new life here at Lake Chapala.

But, I want to share with  you how Living in the Now  can make your dreams for the future become a reality.

I’m one of the authors in just released (and already a Best Seller) new book called Wake Up.. Live the Life You Love…living in the NOW.

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All for now, Siempre tu amigo, Sid

  • Barbara Nash

    I would like to find a room to rent for a week in the month of July in Ajijic. This is for a female friend who wants to visit us while we are in Ajijic for a month. Location one block north of the Main Road, 3 blocks to the Buganvilla Mall, 4 blocks from the Plaza and Main St, if that gives you an idea of where we will be. Sure would appreciate any leads. We are seniors and well-behaved. Mostly.


  • Sid Grosvenor

    Hi Barbara, Yes, Your description tells me the area where you will be.

    July is a popular month for folks wanting to escape the hot weather in the Southern USA so finding a room will not be easy for your friend for a week close to your area. I have a friend who rents nice private rooms with private bath and a small refrig. in the room, a TV and the use of a shared kitchen and laundry facilities for about $20 a day. Her place is on Hidalgo in Chapala and she would need to catch a bus at the front door and ride down to Ajijic.

    Perhaps one of our club members will have a better idea. Hope this helps a little. Sid

  • kelly brooke

    I would like to have a room in a bed and breakfast for just a week anytime between July 15 and august 7
    Would you have any suggestions?
    I am a senior.
    Thank you,

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