EER039: Living in Costa Rica with Kids and working online

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EER039: Living in Costa Rica with Kids and working online—Liisa Vexler's Family Freedom Project

 Have you ever thought about living in Costa Rica with kids? Or working online? If you can answer “yes” to either of those questions, then you should meet Liisa.

Living in Costa Rica with Kids

Like me, Liisa loves hearing the stories of people who have left their conventional lives behind to try living abroad as a family. She’s lived abroad before herself, moving the family to Costa Rica for six months, and then again later for two years, along with other family travel experiences in Mexico, Europe and other destinations.

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In order to have the lifestyle she wanted, she created an online career for herself, assessing her skills and previous experiences working in hospitals and crafting a new job that would be portable. In this Epic Education Radio interview, I talk to her about that process. Listen in as we discuss work, Costa Rica, living abroad with kids and much more.Living and working online in Costa Rica with Kids #EER039: Interview with Liisa Vexler

ABOUT:

  • Names: Liisa Vexler, her husband, Derek, and their 2 sons Charlie and Dexter (8 and 10 years old)
  • Hold passports from: Canada
  • Type of travel: short-term travel, longer-term travel and living abroad

Find Them On:  Family Freedom Project  |  Facebook  |  Twitter  |  Instagram  |  Pinterest  |  StumbleUpon  |  Google+  |  Liisa in a new video for Air Transat

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EER039: Living in Costa Rica with Kids and working online—Liisa Vexler's Family Freedom Project

EER039: Living in Costa Rica with Kids and working online—Liisa Vexler's Family Freedom Project

EER039: Living in Costa Rica with Kids and working online—Liisa Vexler's Family Freedom Project

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