10 Things About Living Abroad: No Turning Back

I know the feeling, been there done that 2 times

Thought Catalog

Moving around the world teaches you many things. It isnโ€™t for everyone. It takes a special type of person to be able to do what we do. Packing up all your things into two carry-on bags and two checked pieces of luggage is struggles in itself, and to generalize imagine being a woman! I could only bring 10 pairs of shoes! Your mother will go through that luggage and make you narrow it down to seven cardigans instead of 17 and she will remind you that those shorts still donโ€™t fit and havenโ€™t fit for 3 years, you should probably just let them go. Along with letting those shorts go you are also letting go of friendships, relationships, comfort.

A wise man told me that the reason we move to new countries is because we are either running from or running to something. I laughed and thought he was crazyโ€ฆ

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4 responses »

  1. Leaving abroad is hard in the sense that you are away from your family, friends and ultimately your roots. But at the end of the day you are trading it for great things, which I think in your case have been awesome. I think you made the right choice and I am certain that you are really, really happy.

  2. I just realized I wrote “Leaving abroad.” That’s unacceptable! Le Petit Bourgeois has perfect spelling. I apologize.


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