Ultimate Workflow Masterclass Review


And welcome to my Ultimate Workflow Masterclass review.

Justin C Scott’s Ultimate Workflow Masterclass will teach you how to increase your productivity by building systems for managing your time and tasks.

Now, you might be asking yourself…

How To Find Your Perfect Latin American City

I get a lot of emails from guys asking what city or country they should travel to.

And I do my best to give feedback, but in reality this is an extremely difficult question to answer…

Vance Bares His Soul: My Latest Online Interview

Recently, I did an interview with a friend of mine, copywriter Dennis Demori.

And covered A LOT. Online business, women in Latin America, underrated music and movies, drug cartels and my future plans for myself and my blog.

Here's the full text.


Sam Zemurray: The Most Interesting Man You've Never Heard Of

Hey, folks.

Quick one today.

Recently, I've taken it upon myself to research some lesser-known figures in the fabric of Latin America.

And, man, Sam Zemurray is definitely one such figure…

Pro Niche Site Review: The Easiest Way To Make Money Online

Welcome to my Pro Niche Site review, a course by Kyle Trouble.

But first, a brief story.

Anyone who earns a living online remembers their first pay check.

It’s a sensational feeling.

Ah, I still remember my first time…

Learn Spanish. Get Girls. A Review Of Pickup Spanish

I’m excited to share my review of Pick Up Spanish with ya’ll today.

But first, a story.

My journey to Spanish competency has been long and tumultuous. It started with Spanish classes in Mexico (which I promptly quit after just a week), then moved on to audio courses (most of which I slept through) and finally to Latin music and telenovelas, with which I finally began making some progress.

Initially, my goal was simple: learn Spanish to meet women. But it took me months of stumbling through learning methods before I was finally able to hold down a basic conversation on a discotec dance floor (discotec is Spanish for "nightclub," by the way)…

The Easiest Countries To Get Residency In Latin America

If, like me, you truly love life down south, you're eventually going to want to obtain residency in Latin America.

Why, you ask?

Well, because…

How To Rent An Apartment In Latin America (Without Getting Ripped Off!)

Hey everybody.

A quick post today on how to rent an apartment in Latin America.

...Because it's not as easy as you might think.

If, like me…

How To Run A Drug Cartel: Book Review/Explanation

I re-read an excellent book recently.

A book SO GOOD I haven't been able to get it out of my head.

What's it called?

Well, you'll have to scroll to the end of the article to find out.

For now, I'm going to explain what I learned from it…

An Exciting Announcement: Introducing the Mexico City Experience!

Hey guys,

I've got some real, real, exciting news for ya'll today.

But first, a backstory…

A Few Words on Expats and US Taxes

More people than ever before are pushing themselves out of their comfort zone and moving abroad. As technology allows the world to become more connected, and with the rise in the “gig economy”, many have realized they can work from anywhere.

My Latin Life's Passive Spanish Learning Tips.

What if I told you that you could learn Spanish with no effort?

Well, I'd be lying, of course.

The truth is, it takes quite a lot of work to become good at Spanish.

That said…

The 7 Most Interesting Markets In Lima, Peru

And now for something slightly different. 

I don't usually write about things that are easy to find on TripAdvisor or Lonely Planet.

One, because I'll never beat them in Google, and two, because the kind of information asked on those sites is generally easy to find in 100s of other places on the Internet.

But when I Googled "best/interesting markets in Lima" today, what popped up was, frankly, wrong...

Which Cities In Latin America Have Uber?

One of the biggest hazards of living in Central and South America is taking taxis. 

Many cabs in this part of the world are unmetered and unlicensed, meaning that the drivers regularly rip-off their customers.

And foreigners are a prime target.

Best worst-case scenario you lose a few bucks. Worst worst-case scenario, you become the victim of an express kidnapping.

Luckily, many Latin American cities (98 cities, to be exact) have welcomed UBER...

My Latin Life's Minimalist Packing Guide To Latin America

Hey there gang!

I've got some time, so I thought I'd put together a fun little post outlining some of the items I pack to go to Latin America. 

Around 2012/2013 I threw out, sold or donated most of my stuff. Since then I've adopted somewhat of a minimalist lifestyle. I'd say about 90% of what I own, I travel with. The other 10% stays in storage in Canada, and consists mostly of things that hold sentimental value.

These days, instead of buying more things, I just replace the things that I already have when they break or break down. I'm conscious of never unnecessarily increasing my personal belongings.

I'm happier this way.

For this reason...

My Latin Life's 10 Most Popular City Guides


Another quick one today.

Here are the most-viewed cities on My Latin Life. Since my city guides aren't SEO'ed, these results should be more or less organic. Number one gets 1,500 views a month, and number 10 gets 600 views a month.

This should give you an idea of what destinations are popular among Latin American enthusiasts

The Best Instagram Accounts From Paraguay

Welcome, my friends!

Today, we'll be going over the best Instagram accounts from Paraguay.

Why so many Instagram posts lately?

Well, I'll tell ya why!

My Latin Life's Guide To E-Commerce In Latin America

My latest of many money-making schemes has been in the world of e-commerce. 

I started playing around with it during my last trip to Peru. Appeared the country was ripe for it. Its economy was growing rapidly, and I certainly noticed people with disposal income in Lima, but there was a lack of cool shit to buy - many of the big chain American stores that I saw in Mexico that offered impossibly cheap goods hadn't made their way down, and I knew that import laws were pretty lax compared to countries like Argentina or Ecuador, and manufacturing costs were lower than countries like Chile or Brazil...

Adventures in Latin American E-Commerce: War With Ecuador

***UPDATE: I've since moved on from the business, but if you have any questions I'm still happy to answer them!

If you don't know what I've been doing, I'll get you up to speed.

Last year, I started a small business with a partner in Peru. It's in the women's clothing industry. We sell our products through two primary outlets: an online store and consignment.

It's going well and getting better each day - we're now at the point where the brand can cover all of our expenses living in Lima...

My Favorite Instagram Accounts From Mexico

Hey ya'll.

I decided to pump out another Instagram article. This one covers the best Instagram accounts in Mexico.

There's a good chance you haven't heard of any of these - some are rather obscure.

Hope you enjoy!