See the cheapest places to live in 2017 post.]If you’ve been following this Cheapest Destinations Blog for a while, you know that every year I do a post on the cheapest places to live in the world.
If you're one of those people who orders the cheapest glass of wine on the menu because you can't tell the difference (no shame), this news is going to make your day.
A bottle of wine sold at Walmart has been ranked as one of the best in the world by Decanter Magazine, which covers wine and spirits.
If you just change your address, you can live a much better life: go out more, eat better, have a nicer apartment, and hire people to do things you would rather not do yourself—like clean the house.
All while spending significantly less each month on bills than you’re spending now. Sign up for the newsletter for regular updates and a free report, or get great detailed advice with the book or more advanced packages.
Besides bargains on rent, good wine, and good food, this is a very easy place to set up residency.
You can get legal if you have the patience for Argentina’s legendary bureaucracy, or you can just leave the country every three months (Chile and Uruguay are neighbors) to get a new tourist visa.
Subtitled “How to prosper on less money in the cheapest places to live,” it’s a comprehensive guide to the why, how, and where on moving abroad to cut your expenses in half.
There you’ll find more detailed info on the cheapest places to retire around the world, as well as the best places for location independent digital nomads, business owners, and families.
The best part is the wine is now available for the first time at Walmart locations in the US, after previously only being sold by Walmart's UK-based grocery brand, Asda.
It's available in more than 500 Walmart locations in the country while supplies last, so be sure to scan your location's wine aisle.
And yes, in any of the countries outlined below, you can easily cut your monthly expenses by 50% without trying very hard.