I want to move to either Thailand or India in the near future as a travel writer, photographer and film maker. I am building up passive income to help me get there and be able to live the life I want to live without being stuck in the 9-5. Has anyone done this, or does anyone dream of doing this? Any information would be great!
I am currently living as a Freeman (FOTL). I do have some passive income, but I still need to figure out other ways to provide for my family and myself. The ability to barter comes in extremely handy.
Trading labor for shelter especially!
by Kiara Dearest5 years ago
Please share with me some good places for vacation in Southeast Asia. I heard Philippines and Thailand are cool!
by expatudon087 years ago
i have my own views on places in Thailand but iam more interested in finding out about you and why you would choose your favourite place have you lived there our do you expect to on retirement our do you just need a...
by Prince Maak7 years ago
Can we live or can we work without Computers? How will be our Life without COMPUTERS.
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by johncimble6 years ago
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by Bruce Chamoff5 years ago
I see a lot of advice from hubpage members on hubs, questions, and forum posts and the common advice seems to be to write a lot of hubs. No problem. I am writing a decent amount of hubs on technology, nutrition, and...
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