A new start

  • paduk

    Posts: 58

    Aug 29, 2011 9:45 PM GMT
    Hi guys,
    here's the story: I have lost my job a few months ago and, after a holiday period, I am on the hunt again.
    I could find a job here in the UK or, with a bit of luck, move abroad.
    I have no problems in starting again from scratches, even learning a new language.
    I have some very good friends here and some family too but it has been a while since I have started to think about moving to another country: almost five years ago I moved to the UK and it has been the best experience of my life, lots of energy, drive, learning a new language, being surrounded by different cultures.
    I have realised that I have lost a lot of the enthusiasm compare to when I first moved here: maybe I have got used to the surroundings, maybe the novelty has worn off and the routine has kicked in or maybe, after all, London is not really the place for me.
    I have been thinking about this an awful lot, but London sometime seems to be the hardest place on earth where to live, apart from the few positive points I can now mainly see negative ones.
    Any similar experience with moving from a city to another or to a different country?
    What has made you stayed or leave?
    Thanks

  • paduk

    Posts: 58

    Sep 02, 2011 9:20 AM GMT
    Bring it back on the top, hope to get some responses icon_smile.gif
  • mikey_101

    Posts: 250

    Sep 02, 2011 9:26 AM GMT
    if your looking to move and dont have work, check out HelpX

    travel where you want, work for your bed and board.
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    Sep 02, 2011 10:13 AM GMT
    I've only moved twice. And I left one place because I didn't like the school, city, or weather. I left the second place for a job even though I loved it there. So really work and school are the main reasons I've moved. And the only reasons I'd see myself moving in the future.

    Try just looking for a job and wherever that job puts you move there? Try it out. It's going to be an experience no matter what. And that's obviously what you want.