Why Living in Mexico as a Young Entrepreneur Expat is the Best Decision I’ve Ever Made

Who doesn’t want to live in Mexico? I know I do! Mexico has so much to offer both in terms of lifestyle and business opportunities, but it isn’t always easy to know where to start if you are interested in moving here or if you already have moved here, you’re trying to figure out what the best next steps are. That’s why I’ve put together this article on why living in Mexico as an entrepreneur expat makes sense, no matter what stage of your life you are at right now.
 
The Cost of Living is Low
At first, living in Mexico was hard. The culture was different and prices were high, but it was worth it. I learned that the cost of living is low and you can live on very little money. The people are humble and hardworking, the food is fresh and delicious, the weather is perfect for year-round activities, there’s plenty to explore around every corner, and there’s always something going on. With all these things to do, my stress levels have been lower than ever before.
 
The Weather is Perfect
The weather here is perfect and ranges from sunny days to cool breezes. Plus, the food is amazing and there are so many things to explore! It was an easy decision for me to move to this country because of how much there is to offer but it’s also nice knowing that my family can come visit whenever they want and I’m not too far away.
 
There are Endless Opportunities
Living abroad has been one of the best decisions I have ever made. When you live in a foreign country, you are exposed to so many different people and cultures. This not only helps expand your horizons but also opens up new opportunities that you might never have had before. It’s not always easy living outside of your home country, but there are endless opportunities that come with it!
 
The Culture is Rich
One of the best things about living in Mexico is that it’s such a diverse country. The culture is rich and there are many different ways to make money here. The cost of living here is also much lower than back home, which makes being an entrepreneur easier.
 
The Food is Delicious
My favorite thing about living in Mexico are the street tacos. They can be found on almost every corner of every town. There are many different kinds, but they all have one thing in common- they’re delicious. You can choose from meat or veggies and then customize your toppings with salsa, cilantro, onions and hot sauce. Plus, for just $1 you get two tacos! And that’s not even my favorite part – it’s hard to find good Mexican food outside of Mexico.
 
I Feel Like I Belong Here
I always knew I wanted to live abroad. After graduating from college, I found myself living at home and working for an average job. But then an opportunity presented itself—to teach English in Mexico. It was risky because of my lack of experience, but it was what I wanted to do so bad. Within six months, I had quit my job and moved across the world to start a life of my own. Now, three years later, things couldn’t be better.
 
Conclusion
I have never regretted my decision to move to Mexico at such an early age. Life here has been a series of adventures, and I know that this is one of those rare opportunities that will change my life forever. My advice to other young expats would be to just go for it. You’ll never know until you try!
 

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