How to Live a Real Life: Living in Costa Rica


By Emily RiosThe following article is a guest post by Emily Ritz.

You can read more of Emily’s posts here.

Emily was a high school sophomore in Costa Ricans first semester of college.

Her dream was to work in a food service agency and make $100,000 a year, but the reality was much more exciting.

Emily moved to Sanibel Island and found a job in the restaurant industry.

There, she met a group of young entrepreneurs who were passionate about helping the world a better place.

After a few months, Emily and her friends started the company called Artemis Hotel, and they have since built their company into a successful luxury resort hotel chain.

Now that Emily and the rest of her team have been hired, we wanted to share some of what it was like to be part of the team and see how we were doing.

Our goal is to make Artemis Resort Hotel a place that people can enjoy a luxurious vacation, a place where you can have a party, a party and a day trip.

We’re committed to making our guests feel as comfortable and as safe as possible while staying in the heart of the Costa Rican Riviera, and that means creating an environment that’s inviting, comfortable, and fun.

This article was written by Emily.

It originally appeared on her website and on the blog for the National Center for Health and Human Development, and is reprinted here with permission.

Emily Rios is a writer for the American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine.

She is also the co-author of the book, Realizing Realistic: Living a Real World, published by the National Institute of Health (NINH).

She is the author of two books on health care: Realizing a Real Health Care System: The Facts and the Fiction and Realizing the Real World: Living Life to the Full: Realistic Health Care Solutions.

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