How to Retire Sooner at Lake Chapala Ajijic, Mexico

April 29, 2014

Hi Everyone,

I know a lot of our readers are anxious to retire here at Lake Chapala, but have not yet put a time line on it. This article will help you to realize your dream sooner rather than later.

The secret is to do something every day toward making your dream a reality. The good news is that there are all sorts of quick, easy, no-hassle things you can do to jump-start your life here at Lake Chapala – Ajijic.

Make it a goal to do at least one thing a week toward making it happen.

Step 1 – See yourself in your mind’s eye retired here. What would your perfect retirement look like? I’ll help you to match the realty here with your vision of your retirement life here.

 I want to help you to realize your dream life faster than you may think is possible. You know …  ways you can save money here, avoid the potential traps, and find your “perfect life” faster than you might have thought possible.

I’ve lived here for over a decade and have learned a lot over that time about how things work here, what’s possible, what will be a challenge and what part will be easier than you may think now.

With my help I believe that you will jump right over hurdles that could block you otherwise from realizing your dreams of a wonderful retirement at Lake Chapala – Ajijic.

My goal is to shorten the time for you to realize your dream of a Lake Chapala Ajijic retirement of what I call “Living a Caviar Lifestyle on a Tuna Fish Pension”.

Of course if you’re blessed with more than a Tuna Fish pension you can live life on an even higher level, travel even more, and buy a home with a guest house rather than a guest bedroom,  travel the world regularly and perhaps even fly your family down to visit you in our little slice of paradise.

Or perhaps you want to start a trust for the grand kids education or do other worthy things with the money you will save by living here without sacrificing the luxurious life you deserve.

One very smart thing to do is to invest in a copy of my book if you’ve not taken that basic step yet and then build on the knowledge it contains. It’s a good basic introduction to our wonderful area.

Then stay tuned for updates and new info here on our members website.

Just be sure and do SOMETHING on some regular basis to bring your dream closer to reality. In “espanol” we say. “Poco a poco, paso a paso” (Little by little, step by step.)

As time permits I do telephone consultations. No charge to you. I call you on my dime. I answer your questions without sugar coating the truth.

Let me know how to best help you. All for now, Tu amigo, Sid

P.S. Here’s one of many nice reviews for my book. Just put “Caviar Lifestyle” in an search box to read about the book and see over 40 reviews from real people.

***** 5.0 out of 5 stars LEAVES NOTHING UNTURNED, April 1, 2014
Roger Helmer (Remsen, NY United States) – See all my reviews
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This review is from: How to Live A Caviar Lifestyle on a Tuna Fish Pension At Safe, Beautiful & Affordable Lake Chapala, Mexico (Paperback)
Sid covers all the angles to visiting or living in Mexico. It’s written in terms that are easy to understand and remember. My wife and I will be visiting Lake Chapala this year and this book has answered many of our concerns and questions. The author covers it all from visiting Mexico to living in Mexico. This book is a complete analysis on Mexico for U.S. and Canadian citizens. By the way, if you have a question that Sid may not have covered; no problem just email or call Sid. He’ll get back to you with an answer! The guy is amazing.
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