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Is Island Life Right for You

Many people would LOVE to live on a Caribbean island.   The beauty of the beach.  The Belizean and Mayan culture and the warm climate make this part of Central America very appealing to many people.


But how do you know if island is truly right for you?  What sorts of factors should you be considering before you make a move?  

That's what this post is all about.  Simply answer the questions or contemplate them.  As long as you're honest with yourself, you'll know if island life is right for your unique needs, hopes and dreams.


1.  What is it about living on an island that makes it so appealing to you?


2.  Have you thought about what a typical day might look like and if you can do this day in and day out.


3.  How do you intend to make money?  Many Americans and Canadians have online businesses.

     Have you thought this far in advance?


4.  Have you explored what you need to live comfortably in a place on the island of Belize?  

     If not, you will want to explore different areas and what each has to offer.


For guidance and expert advice, why not give Jim Seale who is an American and Belizean a call to chat

about your unique needs and how he can help you find a perfect place to live and call your own on the

beautiful island of Belize. 


 Jim can be reached by calling 1-307-763-0578 or by completing the form located HERE.


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