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LOTB Preview - Life Outside of the Box Series - Out with the 9-5 and In with Costa Rica! - Jen Beck Seymour and Greg Seymour

Jen Beck Seymour and Greg Seymour found themselves bogged down in the daily 9-5 grind as many of us do. They were working long hours in Dallas having spent 20+ years in their corporate jobs earning good money only to live a life of comfort and purchasing their toys, but realized that actually had very little time together to use those toys and spent it with each other. They weren't particularly happy in their situation. Sound familiar at all? When Greg's health appeared to be taking a turn for the worse due to stress, the two decided they must find a better way. They considered other options to stay working elsewhere in the US, but decided that a major relocation and mind-shift was in order. Jen and Greg ultimately decided to retire early, sell the house as well as all of the toys and move south to Costa Rica. This was Greg's idea which did not sit very well with Jen at first, but she eventually warmed up to it and to Costa Rica they went. Listen in to hear their story and the happiness that followed their monumental decision.

Where to find them and their books:
Blog: www.appalachiantrailtales.com

Jen's Jewelry: www.costaricachicaarmcandy.com
Books on Amazon:
Jen: https://www.amazon.com/Jen-Beck-Seymour/e/B00OADGP70/ref=sr_ntt_srch_lnk_1?qid=1528393281&sr=8-1
Greg: https://www.amazon.com/Greg-Seymour/e/B00T8BD8C4/ref=sr_ntt_srch_lnk_1?qid=1528393315&sr=1-1

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