Most people live theirs lives day to day, by a routine.
Waking, working, eating, sleeping – by the clock. Sure, some people extend their daily routine with weekly or monthly ‘extras’ (swimming practice on Wednesdays, book club on the first Monday), but those quickly become routine life, too. Days, weeks, even months pass – we become robots in life -and we look back at a year asking yourself some questions:
Where was the added value? What will I remember about this year?
How would I do this year over again? Is it too late to do it now?
How will I possibly find my one, true love?
After a couple years of asking yourself (or your friends/partner/spouse) these questions, you feel a growing desire to make a change. “I need a Big Change in life.” Your answer below.
How about when you’re an expat?
When you’re an expat, your old routines are gone. As an expat, you create new routine, but one by your choice. When you’re an expat, you begin a new life.
This is not to say an expat’s life is necessarily chaotic. In fact, in adjusting to life in a new country, you end many days feeling like “Wow, I really accomplished a lot today.” or “Well, that was memorable day!”
This website helps you better understand what it means to expat yourself. Go for it! – You have little to lose and everything to gain.