We’re fluid creatures who need change, whether we like it or not, and if you’ve been stagnant for a while, it might be time to make a big move.
Having a stable income, being able to settle down with a family, raising your kids, getting together with friends on the weekend, and having a place to call home — these are all things I vie for but don’t get because of how often I travel.
I learned that the America I live in, the United States, is a country longing to connect – to feel whole and undivided.
I noticed that in a lot of public situations where I’m alone, I instantly just get on my phone to not feel the “awkwardness.” The interesting thing is, physically being alone isn’t what makes me feel uncomfortable; it’s being perceived as lonely that does.
I didn’t go crazy when I arrived.
You learn to enjoy life day-by-day.