A Diabetic Attack can be terrifying. Not just for the diabetic suffering through it, but for those who are around the victim too. I want to dedicate this post to my Family, Friends and Colleagues who have all experienced a Diabetic Attack with me. The help you all provided during those horrific times helped save… Continue reading Diabetic Attack
Welcome back! I am now 20 days in to my expedition to find a piece of French property to run as an income property. Either as a bed and breakfast, an AirBNB or a commercial space to lease. I have seen some interesting places with charm, appeal and fabulous rooms, unfortunately location has been one… Continue reading French House Hunting 04
Today marks my 14th day in Paris. I have been back for 2 full weeks and life feels so much better. I don't feel stressed, tired, worn out...I feel as if I could run around the world. I have been walking 30,000 (or more) steps every day since I have been back. In Paris, you… Continue reading French House Hunting 03
Hello Again. Today my journey is taking me to the small town of Ruffec, France. Here I will be looking at an 18 bedroom Hotel that has an interesting tie to World War II history. Operation Frankton: Cockleshell Heroes Raid, The British Prime Minister Winston Churchill believed the mission shortened World War II by six months and Admiral Louis Mountbatten, the commander… Continue reading French House Hunting 02
Although I have never claimed to be an American, for the many obvious reasons, speaking a language aside from English has to be one of the worst faults that Americans have. I have lived in France before, and I have delved so deep into Rosetta Stone I've thought about becoming a professional spelunker. Speaking another… Continue reading Parlez Vous?
Today is the day I view the first income property. I must continue to remind myself throughout this process that the property must be an INCOME PROPERTY. I must not get carried away by my romantic fascinations with any property unless it has serious income potential. That being said, I am still going to see… Continue reading French House Hunting 01
It's official: I have quit my job in New York City, bought a one way ticket to Paris, researched over 30 properties, and transferred my savings in to a French bank account. As I write this I am sitting at JFK airport waiting for my 10:05 flight to CDG. Tomorrow, 4 October 2017 will be… Continue reading Back to Paris