Why You Should Go

There are a million reasons why you shouldn’t pack up your bags and jet off to another country for a year.

But then again, there are many more reasons to just. do. it.

  • They have café con leche. And jamón ibérico. And vino tinto. Food. Yum. Me hungry. Me want eat. (Anybody else think of Rugrats when they hear that line? No one? Kay. Just checkin’.)
  • You can travel to places like Belgium and Paris and London and San Sebastián.

Love him. Full & happy.

  • You’ll probably regret it if you don’t. I mean, how often are you going to have the chance to live and work in Europe for only 4 days a week, 12 hours total? How often will you get paid just to speak English to someone for an hour? (Best, easiest job ever.) Go. Do it. Don’t look back.


6 thoughts on “Why You Should Go

  1. I couldn’t agree more! Living abroad is such a great experience – I have driven my friends at home crazy by listing all of the positive reasons they should do it!

  2. Kaley,

    Enjoyed this post. Perfect timing! I just turned in my visa documents and put in my two-week notice at work.

    I hope your new position is going well at school!


  3. Totally true! I did the same, I quit my full-time job in PR. I didn’t really know anybody and had never even been to Madrid before I moved to Madrid last September 2010 (also as an auxiliar) and I’ve never looked back! Also, I love your blog and I wish the best for you and your novio!

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