FREEDOM REPORT: Finding Relative Freedom in an Unfree World, Merida Yucatan Mexico Edition

Episode 2: American Naomi Murphy talks PROS and CONS of retiring in Mexico and how to live relatively free in our unfree world for 2023


EPISODES:   Riviera Maya – MeridaLake Chapala

Are You Done with the Never Ending Spinning on that Hamster Wheel?

Are You Completely Exhausted by Life in the Perpetual Clutches of The Clampdown

Ready For A Positive Change?

Well, this is your lucky day! So check it out!

As part of our coverage of Foreign Policy Issues, we also want to provide you with actual practical information on how you can live relatively free in this unfree world of 2023.  It’s not so easy, right?  So listen up because I am doing a series of these shows to help everyone navigate the treacherous landmines laid out by the Government and Corporate Clampdowns!

Here, I host 13-year ex-pat Naomi Murphy from Seattle Washington, USA.  She and her husband Danny have retired to the jungles of Mexico in the city of Merida in the state of Yucatan.

Together we explore the do’s and don’t s of retiring in Mexico and how to live relatively free in our unfree world in 2023.

On the show, Naomi graciously shares her experiences both good and bad to help others navigate the question “Should I Retire in Mexico?” and “How Best to Make it Happen?


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