One of the most challenging things from returning from a long stint overseas is creating and settling in to your own space. After being away for an extended period of time, you come back home to a place that no longer seems familiar. You may have spent all your money on your travels or time living overseas. If this is the case its highly likely your going to have to move in with family, friends or a housemate. Its so incredibly important to set up your own space so you feel inspired to tackle the transition of returning home and this important piece of the puzzle wont contribute to the transition and reverse culture shock you may already be facing.
The looks on there faces said it all. As I checked into my hostel, others were arriving back from their day at Perito Moreno Glacier. The day had been perfect. Not a cloud in the sky as far as the eye could see. A crystal clear day, beaming with sunshine. Mountainous panoramic views surrounded the cute little town of El Calafate. An exciting day lay ahead. Night fell and I swapped stories with new found friends. Outside the snow began to fall.
What are your values? Have you ever been asked this question? Words start flying around your mind as you think of what is important to you, what standards you have, how you behave and what you see as worthy. Or perhaps your mind draws blank... of course there are so many things that are important to you, but how can you sum it up in a few short words?