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As I begin typing this on January 17. 2016 I have had a nagging idea in my head for just over a year. The idea is to figure out how to build a life that allows me the freedom to travel while having rotoescoliosis lumbar izquierda a safe, relaxed place to return that would be called “home”. It is from these initial ideas that I have begun developing a game plan to move to a rural area while remaining engaged in the study of global development and earning money by teaching and working online.

• I am currently a non-tenure track escoliosis dorsal derecha sintomas instructor at a state university in Illinois as well as a contract instructor for a for-profit, online university. I love teaching and want to continue this career, but this type of work does not ensure job security estenosis espinal lumbar.

The pay is fine for a single guy with no kids, so I have the ability to save about $5000 a year. I have just opened a Roth IRA lumbar hernia symptoms (January 2016) because this will allow me to contribute to my own retirement without relying on a) my state plan in Illinois, and b) Social Security. This also means that I will need to begin putting together a minimalist escoliosis dorsal derecha retirement lifestyle.

• I need to find more online gigs! Teaching online is the future of higher education so my goal is to settle into one of the more legitimate online universities. I am currently in the running for a position with Minerva KGI, which is a selective online university that is revolutionizing not only the way education is delivered, but the fundamental ideas of what ‘higher escoliosis toracica education’ means in the 21st century. This is a position I am very excited about because they emphasize the ability for instructors to teach from anywhere in the world…jackpot!

• I was once asked if I would rather live in the country or the city. I was about 20 at the time. My response was – and still is – if I live in the city I want to be in the city dolor lumbar agudo, not in surburbia or some outlying area. If I live in the country I want it to be as rural as possible. It is one of two extremes for me, and I am currently tired of city life and need to get away. I grew dolor lumbar derecho rinon up in rural Missouri and have lived in St. Louis for the past 10 years, so I know what I am leaving behind and what I am getting into. For the past year I have been keeping an eye on rural land markets and the escoliosis lumbar en adultos cost of rent in a number of areas in Missouri. My goal is to find a location that is near where I grew up and where many of my friends cirugia de hernia de disco lumbar l5 s1 and family live. At this time I am not sure if that would be buying a piece of land or renting a place.

• And finally, I need to have the ability to travel around the world, specifically to Africa, to continue my research. I love international travel, and each time I have been to Africa I have wanted to return as soon as the pane lands back in St Louis escoliosis consecuencias. This is something I am unwilling to compromise on, so it is important to live simply here in the US without sacrificing my ability to travel for 2 – 3 months out of the year. Again, this is where the online jobs come back into play. I have taught online from both Uganda and Ecuador without a problem, so I already know what type of equipment and services I need when traveling escoliosis dorsolumbar tratamiento to keep up with my online work.

This blog will chart my experiences in designing a life that fits within these parameters. I will post everything from the philosophy behind the idea, to gadgets I find that are useful in living such a life, to links to useful web sites for escoliosis dorsal dextroconvexa others wanting to do the same thing.