Leaving Your Davis Apartment to Move Overseas
Occasionally in life, you hit a point where feel you’re faced with a rare or once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. It may be to study with a world-renowned expert in your field or poke your nose into a different corner of the globe. No matter how much you’re enjoying life in Davis, it’s important to remember that there’s a big wide world out there, just waiting to be explored.
I left New York at 34 because every bone in my body could feel that the window was closing. If my husband and I didn’t leave then, we would certainly remain stuck forever, twenty minutes from where we were born (in the same hospital, three months apart). At the time I worked as a community organizer and I taught at Fordham University but we needed change. So I quit and off we went to Rome, with no prospect of work and nowhere to live.
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