When I was a junior at the University of Vermont, I told my study abroad adviser only two things; I'll go anywhere in the world, but it has to be cheap. As student loans began piling up, my parents were less than enthused about the prospect of spending even more money on a trip abroad.
When you visit My Mate Nate's channel, you really get the sense that Bartling's motives are pure. Straight up, they're fun, they're happy, and have a thread of wholesomeness woven throughout.
Learning a new language, leaving my career, having to calculate time differences and coordinate Skype calls... that's what I signed up for when I moved to another country. What I did not realize about moving to another country was just how much it would make me question things in my life.
A bank account is hard to reopen should you come back, because you won't have a proof of address or an employment contract
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There is NOTHING WORSE than someone with a giant backpack holding 63 textbooks, eight lunch bags and 6,000 pens barging their way onto the tube and taking up the space of four people with their belongings. If you're standing, put the bag by your feet so other people can squeeze in.
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Did Santa put an engagement ring in your stocking this Christmas? Or maybe you celebrated 2016 with a kiss and a wedding date. If these marriage proposals will include a move overseas, between talk of champagne, flowers, and packing, don't forget the most important discussion: Money.
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Throw in the fact that we are bombarded with opinions and personal takes and tweets and carefully edited YouTube videos presented as fact and it is a wonder anybody leaves the house, much less goes on vacation.