I'm a Texas girl who moved to London in 2019. I help other people also make the bold move abroad, through educating, podcasting, 1:1s and courses in the coming months.
So, I declined the job offer in Houston and started Googling how to move abroad. And wow, talk about being overwhelmed. I had no idea where to start. Long story short, I ended up moving to Brighton, England in September 2019 for a short-term contract and I finally made the move to London in January 2020. And the truth is...
In 2017, I went on my first trip abroad, a study abroad trip with my university to 7 European countries in 1 month. The first place we visited was London and within 5 days, I fell in love with the city. I literally texted a friend saying, "I'm going to move to London someday." If I'm being honest, I didn't think I'd ever actually do it.
But I never could quite get London out of my mind. In 2018, I remember constantly bringing up moving abroad with my friends, family, and it was even the topic I brought up with strangers I'd just met. I couldn't help but bring it up constantly, because it was constantly on my mind.
By 2019, I was finishing up my Masters degree, feeling the pressure to get a job from those around me. In April 2019, one month out from graduation, I was sitting in my graphic design class and happened to see an email come across my screen. It was a company offering me a job in Houston, Texas. I immediately stepped out of the class, and do you know what I did next? I balled my eyes out. I knew in that very moment, I needed to give moving abroad a shot. I needed to at least try, otherwise I would regret it for the rest of my life.
Now I have people reaching out asking how they can move abroad too. And let me tell you... it lights me up. I feel so pumped that others want to learn how to move abroad and I'm excited to help them make it a reality!
I almost exclusively watch Rom coms. My annual movie repeats are Princess Diaries I and II, The Holiday, Leap Year, Sleepless in Seattle, and When Harry Met Sally.
I make pancakes from scratch on Saturday mornings, and I am the ultimate monster pancake flipper. My skills are unmatched.
I think London is the best city in the world and my second favorite city is Rome. Literally every corner you turn there's something beautiful.
I'm a country dancing aficionado... think waltz, polka, one-step, two step. By the end of the night my face hurts from smiling so much.
I'm an avid solo traveler. I've done 3 months in Italy, 1 month in Croatia and 1 month in Bali, Indonesia, and lots of smaller trips solo. I love traveling with people too, but I think the adventure possibilities are endless when you travel solo. Big fan.
My sense of direction skill level is at about a -4. If I turn 180 degrees, I'm already confused.
In this guide you will learn the 5 exact steps you need to take to make moving abroad a reality for you! Download the guide. I dare you. ;)