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Four Reasons Why People Retire in Mexico
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September 6, 2011

Mazatlan, Mexico - The hustle and bustle of the city life may not seem like a big deal when you are young and driven. You tend to ignore the sleepless nights, the traffic, and the different types of pollution. However, as you grow older you will eventually find yourself in the crossroads thinking about your future.

You may ask yourself whether you will go on living a busy and stressed city life or will you move to some place where you can live your life stress free. You might find yourself confused and apprehensive at first. However, once you come to terms with your feelings you will then find yourself in a different position.

To help you make up your mind about jilting the city life and moving to Mexico for a change, here are four very good reasons:

First, the climate in Mexico is just perfect, not too hot nor too cold. This type of climate is ideal for older adults especially those who find the cold too much to bear. In fact, the weather in Mexico is more or less the same with the weather in Hawaii or Denver. This type of weather enables you to enjoy the country’s treasures, breath-taking views, and the warmth of the sun.

Second, the laid back lifestyle in Mexico is one of the many reasons why a good number of retirees spend their retirement years in this country. Moreover, Mexicans are happy people and are said to be the happiest people in the world. Furthermore, in Mexico you will learn how to value your family because these people put their families first before anything else. Lastly, Mexicans enjoy life and when you live with them, you will learn how to enjoy life as well.

Third, the colourful villages in Mexico can make you appreciate life more. This will help bring you closer to your environment and help you relax at the same time. Mexico is a very colourful country from the flowers, to the trees, to the streets, and to the buildings. Color is an integral part of Mexican culture. If you are feeling tired, down, and depressed these colors will surely bring you to life.

Fourth, the down side of living in the city is the fact that you usually eat fast food meals. Home cooked meals are rare and since you are always on the go, you barely have time to cook one. However, in Mexico you cannot leave home without eating home cooked meals. These home cooked meals are made from nothing but the freshest ingredients. Fresh fruits, vegetables, and spices are abundant in Mexico. These fresh produce are good for you and may help improve your health status as well.

If you still think that moving to Mexico is not a good idea, you might want to think again. Consider the top four reasons why people move to Mexico and re-evaluate your decision.

Move to Mexico and you will never regret it.

About the Author: David Krug is a 31 year old expat living in Mazatlan, Sinaloa, Mexico. He's lived all over Mexico over the last 10 years falling in love with a simple way of life, and a rich culture. He loves to dance to banda, sip tequila, and jog along the Malecon before sunrise. And you can often find him drinking coffee in Centro Historico. Click HERE to sign up for his FREE magazine.