Be careful who you vent to.
Hey! Ireland was one of a kind experience! My transition was fairly smooth since I went with a company that assisted with my visa applications. There’s also a company in Ireland called USIT that helps with finding jobs, getting a bank account, that sort of thing. They’re really helpful.
Ireland is both very different from North America and yet very much the same. It takes a bit of time to get used to the rain/mist and the gails. Winter are cool but it rarely snows, and summers are never too hot. I had a little difficulty finding a job, as Ireland is still suffering from the recession but with USIT you have an advantage.
All that aside, it took some time to adjust to being away from family, friends and not being home for the Holidays. Yet Ireland was AMAZING! I worked in West Cork along the coast and it was gorgeous. The people there are extremely kind, and nothing beats fish and chips and a pint by a real fire in a pub.
if you have any other questions feel free to ask!! :3
Take long walks in stormy weather or through deep snows in the fields and woods, if you would keep your spirits up. Deal with brute nature. Be cold and hungry and weary.
Thank you very much!!
I’m originally from Canada! Moved to Ireland for 5 months, and headed back to pay off student loans. :)
Thanks! I’m happier today. Turned my frustration into a painting. much better. hoping the universe shoves me into the right direction when I need it. How are you??