Nine Months Later in Taiwan…

I haven’t written on this blog in a couple months now.  If you have been reading my blog, you should know that I moved to Taiwan last Summer.  I left the US a broken-hearted, depressed, unemployed, obese, confused individual.  Nine months later (I left late July, 2011), I have lost 25 pounds, feel far better, and am certain of my goal in life: to be wealthy through multiple sources of passive income.

When I left the States, I was reeling through a breakup with a girlfriend who I deeply cared about.  However, she left me abruptly and didn’t even miss me one bit.  She treated me like a disposable tissue.  No feelings, no caring.

Now I am employed with an English school and am working on affiliate marketing through the internet to make a passive income.

Taiwan has been good to me.

-The cost of living is much lower than the US’s.

-The local girls are far more feminine, friendly, sweet, and lovely than American women (I consistently meet western guys here who say exactly the same things about their “empowered” women back home)

-The crime rate is extremely low which allows for a feeling of safety anytime, anywhere more or less.

-I get to be close with family

-Taiwanese people are some of the most friendly, genuine people out there.

All in all, I have to say that moving to Taiwan has made me happier.  Though I haven’t lost all the weight I intend to lose or achieve location-independent financial independence, my life has been better overall.

I am on day two of a water fast and I plan to break it on June 1st, 2012…  two weeks before my 24th birthday.  It has been a dramatic time for me.

I’ll keep you updated.

Thanks for reading.

Taipei 101. The only thing that any foreigner knows about Taiwan, besides the girls.