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Why It’s Easier to Reinvent Yourself Living Abroad


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Many people move to Boquete in part, to “reinvent” themselves.


Does it work, and if so, how do they do it?



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While I believe that reinvention is often a result of moving abroad for most, I do not think it is the reason "jubilados' move in the first place.  There are concerns about stretching ones fixed income,  enjoying a new adventure now that the "kids are gone", charitable opportunities and just experiencing another culture.  There are many reasons for retiring abroad. Flexibility is naturally a part of moving to another country and those who are successful at it realize that they must adjust and "reinvent" their lifestyle somewhat to fit into a different society than they are used to.

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