Comedy is serious business.
Best places for expats
You don’t go to India looking for spirituality, you go to India because you are already spiritual.
An old friend of mine came to visit from the States; one of Karlyn’s Berlin buddies showed up and decided to stay for a month; an Austrian friend of Valentin’s crashed on our futon for a few weeks.
The Washington Post put out stories on the best places to live as an expat weighing things like quality of life and the economy. But, I wanted to take it a step further (and, ya know, skip the metric stuff) and ask travel bloggers who are expats.
Here are 7 key tips to help make your move a little bit easier:
Do take a leap of faith. Don’t burden yourself with the what-ifs. Be fearless.
3. This is not me
When it comes to reality, we get stuck. We don’t know where to start. We can’t find someone to go on the journey with. We feel scared as the future seems uncertain and you don’t know what’s out there.
Accept the fact now that you will have days where you crumple on the corner of the street in exhaustion and frustration because you can’t figure out where that one café is.
Traveling alone and on a budget is something I started doing when I was nineteen, the summer after my freshman year of college.