What was your initial dream when moving abroad?

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Over the last couple of weeks I have really taken the time to not only make the most of my everyday routine but also to shake things up during the weekends. In particular I have spent time meeting new friends from all over the world.

living abroad

Now typically when you are a foreigner living abroad, eventually the discussion ends up being about the decision of moving to another country and the reasons behind it.  Questions like “what did you have in mind when you initially made the decision of moving abroad?” always tend to monopolise the discussion.

These questions are exciting but also thought provoking. They juice us up and remind us to evaluate where we were and where we would like to go.

But what is also important is how you go about making those exciting visions come to life.

This is where many of us get tripped up and unfortunately slow ourselves down; not to mention getting completely sidetracked from day to day reality.

But have no fear because on today’s episode I’m about to share with you 3 points that will enable you to put your dream back on track, and they are all very easy to put into practice.

I honestly thing these ideas will really help you – especially if you are planning to align your life abroad with your initial dreams and aspirations. AND I KNOW you are.

Today’s tweet: “Most of us are totally unaware that our inner conversations are the causes of the circumstances of our life”Neville Goddard@EvaLychrou

Now I would love to hear from you. In the comments below, I would love to know:

What will be the first step you will take that will enable you to create you desired life abroad?

If you have already taken this step, what has been the best tip you have used when moving abroad in order to follow your dream?

Remember to share as much detail as possible as many another beautiful people show up every time for inspiration, insight and encouragement. Your wisdom may just be what it takes for someone else to change his life.

Thank you so much for caring, sharing and watching!

With love,

Eva

 

 

 

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