[VIDEO] What I’ve Learned Living in England for Three Years

Thoughts from Alanna…

Today I’ve officially lived in England for three years! Three years!!!

I’ve learned a lot about myself over these past few years and I wanted to share some of that with you. It’s pretty emotional and life is weird but I hope you enjoy this one!

It’s crazy to think back when I first moved here and how overwhelming it was being in a foreign country. Now this place feels as much as home as Canada.

No matter what happens, I’ll always remember this time as some of the best experiences of my life. Thanks for joining me on this crazy ride!

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  1. I know what you are saying. It is probably harder to adapt to UK because the British aren’t as eager to demonstrate their curiosity about foreigners as others, they are curious, but they just won’t show it. As a British person, it took me a while to get used to the USA, but I was helped greatly by the people here. They were so curious about me and just loved my accent and said so, all of the time. They were very friendly and helpful and I got the impression that for some reason, they were actually honored that I had moved to their City, a medium sized City in the US south. That was 18 years ago. I still feel British but I also feel American now, probably more American than British. When I visit the UK, I don’t feel quite at home anymore.
    Being grateful is always wise, It is part of the law of attraction which says that if you can’t be grateful for what you already have, how do you expect to get more of what you desire, getting on the successful frequency if you want to look at it that way. It sounds like you are going to leave UK soon, are you?