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www.buzzfeed.com/anniedaly/adventure-abroad

Feb 7, 2016 ... What she loves most about life in Australia: "Thinking about how things are similar and different from the States, and getting to explore new places." Biggest lesson she's learned overseas: "People in other countries generally know more about the issues in the United States than we know about their country.

www.thrillist.com/travel/nation/how-to-move-to-another-country-best-places-moving-abroad

Nov 5, 2017 ... The catch: Culturally, the rhythm of life is different. Things happen when they happen. Punctuality and scheduling are ruses. More severely, Mexico's ongoing drug war has finally spilled into tourist destinations like Los Cabos and Playa del Carmen, and although there's no evidence of immigrants or tourists ...

www.huffingtonpost.com/norm-schriever/living-abroad_b_3027892.html

Apr 9, 2013 ... Every year 6.6 million U.S. citizens call another country home. They do so for a variety of reasons — work assignments, warmer climates and better medical care , and a cheaper cost of living. But whatever the reason for buying a one-way ticket to being an expatriate, they have some important choices to ...

www.gooverseas.com/blog/5-things-wish-knew-moving-new-country-myself

Nov 15, 2013 ... For those brave souls moving to a new country for work or travel, read one girl's reflections on start up challenges when living abroad. ... This is different. you're out in the real world and meeting people in a new city means taking on a whole new approach to friend making. you're not really a vagabond, ...

www.moneycrashers.com/emigrate-move-another-country

Dec 28, 2017 ... The decision to make a long-term move to another country is highly personal, and certainly isn't made lightly. Moreover, an international move's justification and destination play huge roles in dictating how it unfolds – an unattached eco- entrepreneur's move to New Zealand is likely to look very different from ...

www.wikihow.com/Move-to-a-Foreign-Country

Moving to a place, nothing like your home might give you a culture shock and make the move more difficult, but this will start to be overcome after a few months of immersion. People do things differently in different countries—which is why we call them "foreign" countries—and we are alien to their ways. Yet, this is the biggest ...

www.goabroad.com/articles/jobs-abroad/the-pros-cons-of-moving-to-a-new-country

Jul 13, 2017 ... Expansion of Knowledge. With travel comes the power of knowledge and learning. You can constantly learn about different cultures, languages, and histories as you travel to new cities and countries. Wherever you decide to travel and move to, the amount of knowledge and real-world experience you'll gain ...

www.smartertravel.com/2017/01/18/9-best-countries-for-americans-to-move-to

Jan 18, 2017 ... Looking for a fresh start in 2017 … or trying to escape the political situation? Here are nine of the best countries for Americans to move to. These countries stand out for their welcoming immigration policies for Americans, even people without familial or spousal connections or a job offer (but if you have any ...

www.thespruce.com/before-moving-to-another-country-2436106

Nov 8, 2017 ... ... to the cultural change you'll encounter. If you're moving to another country for the first time think about language and possibly choosing a country where your native language is spoken. If you're moving to learn a different language, then immersing yourself in a language and culture is the best way to go.