Unless you are supremely resilient, you will have a range of emotions after you’ve moved abroad.
One month. One month is how long I’ve been away from everything I’ve ever known.
“Americans don’t understand how insanely expensive it is to live in the U.S.,” Bobby said on my podcast. He sold everything he owned and left the country in 2009. Right after the market crashed. Now he works all over the world.
Budapest gave me this feeling that I should continue growing as much as I can.
How to trust my decisions. When I started getting my student visa and arranging my loans, and my loved ones realized I was not kidding, I got a lot of “Why are you doing this?” and “You’re going to regret this one day.”
I want you to know that I didn’t leave because of you, I left because of me, because of the person I was becoming, because of the person I was turning into and because I started to feel like I didn’t belong.
If you are absolutely clear and honest about your true motivating factors, you will be better prepared to handle challenges, setbacks, and the road ahead.
Life moves on, with or without you. And you knew it would.
One week in Barcelona. One week of daily adventuring.
Places and people never look more beautiful than in the moments when you’re about to leave.