live abroad

When I was about to graduate from college in the US, I was given loads of advice from friends, family, colleagues, professors
Traveling is a roller coaster of emotions.
Any decision as big as moving abroad is bound to spark fear. And when you make decisions from a place of fear, you self-select out of the things you've always dreamed of doing.
Quit your job and travel. Just leave your job, pack your bag and travel! That's not the way life works. That's not reality
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Before making a major life change, of course there will be a few hesitations but I encourage you to push the fear aside. You don't have to be "young" to make the move, "well-off" or any other stigma that society pushes us to believe. If this is something you're passionate about, it's worth it.
Several years ago, when I was desperately searching for opportunities to work abroad, I missed the whole concept of working holiday visas entirely. Soooo easy, as long as you're under 30. All it takes is 30 minutes to fill out a form online. Seriously.
Ask anybody who travels, or travel bloggers in particular, how they feel about this question and I guarantee 99 percent of them will say the same as I'm about to. There is no magic. There is no formula. Just research, will and determination.
By keeping things around us, we weigh ourselves down. We stack things on shelves and we pile things in closets and we store things in bins in the attic and in the basement. We cling to them, surrounding ourselves with tangible reminders of moments past.
Now that you live abroad you should not have any fear of local collections on this issue. So let's say the SOL had not expired