Moving is always noted as being a drag, hassle and something a majority of people don't even want to begin thinking about, especially on their day off. However if you happen to be like me and are reaming of the bigger picture, then moving might be something you are running towards. This year I will be making the trip across the pond in a move to the United Kingdom, or England for those of you who are curious to which part, and more specifically in London.
This week I am putting together a list of possible house candidates for me to look into as I prepare for this exciting journey. You see I am fortunate enough to have something that majority of people can only dream of, a dual citizenship. Having been born to a British mother and an American father, I was given the right to obtain two citizenship and best of all they are considered two nations that are “brother and sister”.
My journey will be documented for all those looking to to attempt and accomplish something similar to me, although your point of destination may be a bit different but the idea is the same. Now before you decide to make a journey across the world and turn a vacation into a permanent home you must take a few things into consideration. Here is a list (and growing) of some of the factors that come to mind and we will be discussing in the articles to come:
The real question before you make such an impactful decision in your life can be answered by asking the shortest question you can ask, Why? having a real reason to move and not an emotional one is something that I recommend, too many times have I spoken too and read about individuals who made the move on pure emotion to only regret it later in life.
If this is something you know you truly want to do, then follow along as I write my tale of a story on this adventure from the United States and halfway across the globe to the United Kingdom, a place I have called home since birth.