The Hardest Thing is Taking The First Step - 4S1F94
In many ways, traveling anywhere alone can not only help a person build a clearer or more in-depth understanding of oneself, but also the world around them from a perspective that wouldn’t have been obtainable while in ones home nation. So traveling abroad with a life-long partner can offer the same elements, but on a level that has twice the impact, exploration and memories.
This episode we sit down for chat with two British expats now living in the land of the Toronto Maple Leafs. That’s right, I’m talking about the great White North, and polite Northern neighbor, Canada. Emma and Stewart are Londoners who join us to share their experience living and integrating in the Canadian workforce. Hear why they decided to head abroad before, in their words, “It’s too late”.
Even though this wonderful couple is currently living in a host nation that has many of the same local habits, customs and utilizes the same language as their home nation. Hear how they describe the differences between their home and host nation while, at the same time, adjusting to terms used in their normal communications.MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE:
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