is Puerto Rico for Everyboy

Is Puerto Rico For Everybody?

Me: What day is it?
Tim: I think it’s Wednesday
Me: OH. I thought it was Monday

This is a common conversation in our household. I am losing track of the days and can’t believe that we are in our eighth month of living in Puerto Rico – where in the world did the time go?

I don’t think it’s a secret that I fell in love with this enchanted island. I love it here. I spent half of my adult life dreaming of living in the Caribbean, where the sun shines and I can wear shorts every day. Continue reading

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People of Puerto Rico

7 Things I Love About People Of Puerto Rico!

I know you have heard me say that one of the main reasons I like Puerto Rico is the people. I truly believe that they are amazing! But you may be wondering what the hack does that mean..? Well, let me tell you.

7 Reasons I Love The People Of Puerto Rico:

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15 reasons to move to Puerto Rico

15 Reasons To Move To Puerto Rico

You have all heard the horror stories about economy in Puerto Rico – everyone agrees that it sucks. The island’s debt is in the neighborhood of 72 billion and our governor has openly admitted that this debt is not payable; there simply is not enough cash flow. To add insult to injury, today was, reportedly, the first time in the island’s history that Puerto Rico has missed a debt payment. This officially (although denied by the local government) puts Puerto Rico in default and will undoubtedly force a complete debt restructuring. Continue reading

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Economic Crisis And Life In Puerto Rico

The Reality Of The Economic Crisis And Life In Puerto Rico From A New Resident Prospective

What It’s Really Like – Economic Crisis And Life In Puerto Rico:

– Warning, this is a rant post –

We have lots of well-meaning friends and family sending us online articles about Puerto Rico, asking, “Did you know this?”

The economic crisis has been in the forefront of all the news media for the past six months. Headlines like these are common:

  • Puerto Rico Economy In The Dump
  • Puerto Rico, The Next Greece
  • Despair and Anger as Puerto Ricans Cope With Debt Crisis

Consequently, we often (and I mean a lot!) get asked: “what are you going to do now?” Continue reading

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