Home is Where You Make It

I was just your average nine to five worker with lots of lofty dreams about hitting it big and moving abroad, maybe traveling the world in style with a chauffeur and a bodyguard, like a movie star. Of course there was absolutely zero chance of that happening but still, I wanted to get out and see the world if the chance ever arose so when I got a job offer for a company in Singapore, I jumped at the chance. I wanted to feel somewhat at home in a strange land so I had to find home movers in Singapore to help me bring some of my belongings into the new apartment.

Finding movers proved to be a rather daunting task, it took several internet searches and fifteen telephone calls before I found a company that could do what I needed. The company got my stuff all set in my new apartment before I even arrived myself which was nice and this was the first time I had ever not had to move a single thing myself. I could get used to that.

I found that life in Singapore was a lot like life in the states in some ways and lots different in other ways. The cuisine was different of course, but like every other place on the planet, there was a chain fast food joint, should I ever feel a need for a taste of home. I met a bunch of great people through work, both locals and expats like myself, both American and British. Our little group has had some great times, going out on the town and finding new and interesting adventures to have. I like it so much here that I think I may stay indefinitely, provided my job is still here. I feel more at home here than I ever have anywhere else.


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