headstrong 1 | 9 21 Mar 2007 / #1ok, so here it goes:we are planing on moving with our two kids (both toddlers) to Poland in the next year. I was born and left when a teenager (over 18 years ago), and my husband is 100% Canadian. We are both in our mid 30ies. We are planing to move to either Warsaw or Gdansk. What is the basic amount of cash flow we should take to survive for 1 year. what are the prospects of jobs. Mind you, my husband has been working in food service wholesale (coffee, fair trade, organics, conventionals, etc), and owning a quite successfull cafe in Toronto, but his educations is really just high school. My experience is in corporate administration, but I have only a basic certificate in accounting, and not administration, though. So what are our chances for good paying jobs (living at the level of an average Pole is not interesting to us, especially since I have been a stay at home mom fr the last 3 years). Also how muchis a basic (with automatic transmission), gently used, not more than 2-3 year old car? What about loans for car, condo, house? What would the combined income be to live like a normal person (used to all the Western goodies and not scraping around)?Either way and info, pointers would be greatly apprecited.(it really is my idea to move - you know, Canada is great to live when it comes to educations, medical, etc, but I would much rather be in Europe, so we can travel, and be able to attend many theatres, galleries and such, which in Toronto are not many or absolutelly overpriced).thanks.