So... I’m finally moving out of state and I’m both super nervous and stressed about the move.
For one, I don’t have family or know anyone where I’m going and I’m not entirely sure what to expect when I get there. I do have a job lined up and I’ll be making enough to afford a decent apartment by myself (the reason I accepted the job and relocation was for the money ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ ), but I’m still nervous.
There’s also the matter of packing all my stuff up, shipping what I’m planning on taking, and getting accepted into a good apartment that’s making me anxious. The company I accepted the job offer from has agreed to pay my airfare and there’s a $3,000 lump sum for moving expenses, so I have that going for me...
Actually, narrowing it down my greatest worry is being me and living alone in a strange place. It certainly doesn’t help that my mom is pushing for me to move into one of the nicer areas with higher rent because they’re safe, but those are on the top end of my budget.
Idk, there’s a lot to think about and it might affect how frequently I can reply to threads/messages.
Right now I'm super stressed and it's showing, so I might be not 100% around even if I am online.
So...moving progress is happening.
[x] All my necessary worldly possessions and the vehicle I usually drive around are in transit.
[ ] My apartment app was approved, but I'm in a nebulous kind of area with actually having the apartment.
[x] All hiring-related documents and paperwork have been handled.
[ ] Idk about furnishings and I'm not terribly concerned about that right now.
I need to figure out internet when I get there and I really should cancel a few things before I leave state.
It's literally an assload of time and money to go back and forth from my home state to anywhere that isn't a bordering Canadian province.
About that stress...
Idk what's wrong with me, I've been nauseated for the last week and the carpooling situation isn't helping. Migraines are being triggered more regularly and make the nausea thing a fuckton worse than it already is, tbh. To top it all off, fatigue sucks.