So, a few months ago I moved into another area, to be more specific – another country. I need to be frank, it was one of the most stressful stages of my life but at the same time rightest. Moving was not that simple as I tought.
I absolutely enjoy traveling and love everything about it. But, this time it was completely different. This time I’m packing my entire life in a just few suitcases. Maybe I’m too emotional and considering it was the first time moving that far from family, it was overwhelming and tension overload.
For the first time in my life, I felt an inquisitive mixture of anxiety, sorrow, and just a hint of excitement that just made me more confused.
And then goes the questions and a tiny creature in my head that does not want to leave me in peace.
Am I doing the right thing? What about my mom, will she be able to do it all by herself (well, she’s in that age when she needs help). What about the apartment? Is this the right decision? Just infinite number of questions and not even one correct answer.
Well, after a month of mind-blowing sessions of arguing with myself, finally my D-day has come. I’m gathering the last bits that I’ve collected for so many years, and almost ripping kissing the most important person of my life for goodbye. If you are now thinking – what a crybaby – probably you’re right.
Well, my life was everything but not easy. And when I say that my mother is the most important person in my life, I unmistakably meant it.
Okay, this now goes to whole another direction.
emotions * emotions * little bit of tears * Okay, now continue with the post…
So, as I said, the day has come, it was difficult but went pretty much okay.
It’s been like 4 months since I moved to my new place, and one thing I must admit – I’m feeling better than I ever had. Proudly I can say that I’ve overcome every possible obstacle that I even knew I could.
Is it tough? Surely is, but am I happy? Absolutely!
I’ve changed my whole life, I’m with the person that I adore and I’m happy. YES – I said it. I’m the happiest person on earth. What else can I ask for.
We all know that the time when we must leave the nest will come sooner or later — and that life experience is admittedly bitter-sweet. These are just some of the things you have to keep in mind if you are moving for the
- Save as much as you can Before Moving Out
- PLAN everything and anything!
- Practice good habits before you move out, it will be much easier for you later.
- And the most important stay in touch with your parents and family, and ask them for help if you need it.
Well, this is my story and just one stage of my life that I will remember for the rest of my life.
Hope you had a better experience and if you’re moving soon or planning to move – GOOD LUCK and don’t be a crybaby like I was 🙂