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I've always admired people who get up and go, you'll never know if it'll work until you try it. Like Jo, I'm not sure I would go through it all again, but why not?
Glad to hear it worked out well for your brother Mama Syder :)

Mama Syder

My Brother moved to Canada last year aged 39. He had his own very successful business over here so it was a brave move to go to another country and start all over but for him and his family it has worked out beautifully and they are are loving it.

I personally, feel no desire to live abroad, I love where I live although I did when I was younger (I'm 41) and would love to have lived in the US.


I'm 30 this year, I have never been abroad, although i would love too.. not sure if i'd want to up stiks right at this moment in time, but deffinately in the future i would love to go and explorer this huge world a bit more :) x


I moved to the US when I was in my twenties - much more mobile then with no kid or mortgage, then moved back here again 4 years later. Feel like it's a young person's game myself. Can't imagine doing it now. But if I did it would definitely be for a better climate!

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