Like a building, your life is based on 4 main pillars: money, relationships, housing and health. Making a big change, like moving to another country, is inevitably a major blow to these four pillars. Therefore, you have to put on your work overall. Let’s see in more detail what each of them consists of so that you won’t be afraid of the change.

1. MONEY
Being in bad money forces you to make bad decisions, and that is the worst thing you can do right now. Ideally, when you change cities, do it with work, or knowing that you will find something quickly. If not, try at least to have some good savings that allow you to live without stress the days you need to get a job.
2. RELATIONS
The most normal thing when you move to a new country is not knowing anyone. Maybe they’ve put you in touch with a friend of a friend of a friend, but nothing to do with your lifelong colleagues.
If you don’t have anyone, you run the risk of isolating yourself and disconnecting yourself from the world, which will eventually lead to a deep sense of emptiness.
What you have to do is be proactive, set aside shame and strive to make new friends.
3. HEALTH
Health is always important, but if you are going through a period of instability it is even more important.
When you have few friends, you have just arrived at an unknown place and everything in your life has changed, it is very easy to block or even get depressed, and that is why it is essential to be 100% physically.
Eating well, getting enough sleep and exercising on a regular basis will keep your body and head healthy, and give you the courage and energy you need to face changes with a good face.
4. HOUSING
The house where you live is your castle, your refuge. It is where you go to sleep every night and spend many hours a week.
Consider especially important WHERE you live. Think about the tasks you are going to do regularly and look for something that is:
*Near your workplace
*Near a supermarket (or failing that, a healthy and cheap restaurant)
*Near a gym or park to go jogging
As you can see, settling in a new city or country is not difficult. It is a skill like any other that can be developed, and that will cost you less each time you practice it.
Sometimes it takes longer. Other times less. There are always bad days. But if you focus on building solid pillars that support your life, everything will be fine.