Today, we’re expats in Prague, Czech Republic, but we are planning our move to Canada. This post is one of a series to show how we’re doing it.
It’s now April 21st.
About five weeks to go.
Feeling some pressure now. 🙂
Will leave Prague on May 30th to Frankfurt.
Do an RV tour for a month. Our online poll says south is winning so far, e.g. toward Croatia. You vote yet?
We double-time it back to Frankfurt, Germany where we fly to Halifax, Canada
What have we done since our last post?
Did a self-designed UNESCO family tour of the Czech Republic, visiting 6 UNESCO Heritage sites.
Also did a long weekend trip to Berlin with some dear friends.
Signed with a moving company (Interdean); they grab and run on 27 May. Whoo-hoo!
Handling life’s not-so-pleasant duties like filing taxes (Czech on 30 March) and US taxes (15 June for expats).
I’m coming to the end of my 2-month termination work period. Remember that Czech Republic (and I believe every EU country) gives 2 months of continued work after you receive a termination notice. And then 3 months salary on top of that.
Even bigger life changes
My wife and I are going through some big changes now (leaving a beautiful country and friends). I’m not going to sugar-coat it – it’s been tough.
But we’ve also made some even bigger decisions. Decisions more longer-lasting then just moving.
I’ll write more about these in upcoming posts — stay tuned!
Again, more than anything else, we’re making the best use of our remaining time here.
p.s. If anyone is interested in joining this blog as a content contributor or submitter – I welcome you 100%.
Of course, you get full credits and more exposure to your own blog or site as well as my huge appreciation.
Contact me if interested at Jeff@expatyourself.com