Tired of paying top dollar for living expenses, food, and transportation? Tired of driving that beater car while barely getting by from paycheck to paycheck? It's no secret that living in the tri-state area can be challenging financially.

If you answered yes to the question above, and you have the courage to change your entire life around, Lifebuzz.com has come up with some of the most beautiful places in the world to live very inexpensively.

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    The warm climate and the stunning sandy beaches and crystal clear waters make Thailand an ever popular retirement haven, not to mention the coolest and largest Buddah in the world at Ang Thong. You can live very comfortable in Thailand for around $1,500 per month according to U.S. News and World Reports.

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    U.S. News and World Reports names this beautiful country one of the top ten locations to retire. According to internationalliving.com, you can buy an oceanside condo for under $100,000 or rent a one bedroom apartment for around $500 - $700. Yes, the electricity may go off from time to time but the advantages outweigh the disadvantages. Most of the websites I visited about moving to Nicaragua stated that if you're looking for a new adventure in your life, you can't beat this beautiful country.

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    Obviously, moving to another country with an entirely different culture comes with its complications, but if your looking for an adventure, Nepal is another country to think about. Check this out, according to nepalilovestory.com, Nepalis structure their days around eating! Now, that's what I'm talkin' about, baby! Travel and living expenses are very cheap, not to mention their rich culture. A comfortable one bedroom apartment goes for about $200 to $300 a month.

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    According to roughguides.com, many visitors to Guatemala are so blown away by the beauty of this pacific coast country, they end up moving in. It's known for its inexpensive lifestyle, friendly people, and a variety of volunteer opportunities, not to mention the Mayan ruins, volcanoes, and breathtaking beaches. Lifebuzz.com states you could live comfortably in Guatemala for under $1,000 a month.

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