Back to Panama!
Five years ago, I wrote an article titled How I Survived the Polar Vortex. That was when I lived in Panama full time, but escaping the recent frigid temperatures in the US is a pretty nice thing to do right now!
This episode was recorded a few days before I left the US to revisit Panama, where I’ll stay until mid-March.
I’m writing these show notes today from my lovely accommodation on the beach on the Azuero Peninsula. (When we recorded it the episode, I was home in Florida.)
I’ve got a lovely breeze blowing in from the ocean as I sit on the veranda, and I can hear the surf breaking on the sandy beach just a couple hundred feet from where I sit. It’s not a white sand beach – Panama doesn’t have those – but I’ll take it.
And as you can see, the beach is nearly deserted. My first day here I went for a long walk, and only saw two other people, and one dog.
Such are the joys of an Anywhereist life!
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Susanna’s a serial solopreneur, blogger, freelance writer, WordPress maven, and all-around portable career enthusiast. She developed her anywhereist lifestyle in an act of desperation following the US financial meltdown in 2009. During that time she’s moved 7 times, and worked from hundreds of locations at home and abroad.
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