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Eastern European Real Estate Q&A

I did an impromptu Q&A about Eastern European real estate last night on my Twitter. You can click this link and scroll through the timeline to see some of them. Quite a few good questions came in, but Twitter of course is limited with what you can explain in just 280 characters. Hence, I’m going […]

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Introducing “Actually Abroad”

So after a bit of hemming and hawing this week, I’ve decided to move forward with my idea of a “mastermind” for men specifically looking to get abroad. And, after staying up late the last few nights trying to put it all together, I think I’m ready. And when I say ready, I actually mean…right […]

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$100K Ain’t Worth What It Used To Be

In the last month or so, I’ve run a series of articles on my main site about California and why it’s not really the greatest place on Earth. Some people have written some pretty long rebuttals, including this dude. But, I’m not interested in digging into his whole story, merely this part: “Nope. Here in […]

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So, I’m Looking At Buying An Apartment In Ukraine…

I’ve started the actual research process of buying a place here, mostly for investment, more than anything else, and because I have too much money just sitting around in checking/savings accounts getting absolutely nothing. I went and saw five places last week, a few in the center, and a few in the suburbs. It was […]

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10 More Reasons Why California Is Overrated

From my epic and ever-popular “24 Reasons to Leave California” post… It seems more and more people are getting fed up with the general situation in California. Even those who have spent their entire lives there and beginning to realize that California is simply overrated. It’s simply just out of control, between the raging socialist, […]

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Don’t Meet Women This Way

In response to my recent “Ukraine is life changing” email a few days ago, reader Matt had a comment that is worth considering… While I know some folks who have traveled to Ukraine for the first time solo, I highly recommend connecting with somebody who has experience with the place for the first trip. There […]

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Small Cities, Small Dreams (Thoughts on Zagreb)

I spent the last few weeks in Croatia, and during that time, I managed to hit up the capital city of Zagreb. Which is quite small, quaint, and charming for a capital city in Europe. I’m used to the hustle and bustle and craziness of Kiev now, but Zagreb reminded me quite a bit of […]

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Happy Belated 4th of July from a Village by the Sea

Photo taken in Zadar, Croatia Greetings and happy 4th of July, my little troublies. I’m writing this to you from a little village by the sea, the actual village that is very, very close to where Selo Oils is actually produced (there’ll be more about Selo in the near future, big announcement). The family and […]

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