then everything might turn out to be great for her.it could turn out to be the best decision she ever makes!
yes, it could
be the best decision she ever makes, but you could say that about any decision at any time. she came on this forum to ask for advice, and I'm giving it. saying, "go for it, it might
be great," is NOT advice. it's wishing someone luck.
Hey, i can do that too. Hey pam, have a great day tomorrow, I hope everything works out for you! There.
dont be so negative!!!
someone that lives in NYC, a city most people dream of visiting, let alone living
in, she's been in the USA for 20 years and claims to be very successful, and she's considering moving to a country almost nobody moves to. think about it.......negatives are sure to come out and i'm not going to sugar coat it just to avoid some flaming.
Where do you live fuzzy?
south east USA. why?
If you can't live without Dean & Deluca or Harrods then maybe, but Warsaw (provided you have some money) is a decent place to live.
Warsaw......New York City.
Warsaw.....New York City........
If I wanted to move to another state, I would not be on this forum discussing life in Poland.
Wrong. If you were so sure of yourself, you would have skipped the whole internet forum advice part and bought your plane ticket already. you're here because you have doubts.
as a matter of fact, you've already made it clear that you're worried about finding work for starters and mentioned ESL to see what we think of it. I already said what I had to say about it and plenty have agreed with me.
If you want advice from someone that will give it to you straight, send me a PM. I'm a Jersey native, have Polish family in Poland and the tri-state area, spent 4 years in Wroclaw teaching ESL (2007-2011) and married a (native) Polish girl. I don't hate Poland, I just know the realities of "here" vs. "there" and am fine with putting it out in the open. If you want to have more smoke blown up your a$$, well, keep reading posts from the cheerleaders on here.
and that's plain english.