You’ve met the man of your dreams. He is tall, blue-eyed, blonde (that was my case anyway). You two get along really well and one day, bang, he proposes. You two decide to get married but before you say ‘I do’, there is one massive fact to consider: the marriage visa. Well, that is if you are a foreigner from outside the EU marrying a British national anyway.
I know I have been positive and almost all my posts have had a happy ending. However, it’s time for a reality check. Don’t worry, I am still happily married with the man of my dreams and absolutely loving motherhood. The only thing missing? That job that doesn’t feel like work because it’s so enjoyable and fulfilling. Don’t understand? Let me take you back to 2010.
I used to work as a TV reporter for a local news channel in my home city in Brazil. I used to love what I did and had potential to grow. Having to drop everything to move countries means that you are either going to start your career all over again or simply change everything and get a job in something totally different. That is if you don’t just decide to become a stay home mum. I am not ashamed to say that I am still trying to figure out what I am doing myself! But I know I am not the only one…
Happy New Year’s Eve everyone! Came here to share a quick post with you all. Are you in a relationship with an English man/ woman? If you are from a warm country like me, I suggest you ask your English lover whether they have ever spent New Year’s Eve outdoors? I did just that yesterday to find out that my Dan never did (except for once when he spent it at Birmingham town centre. No, there were no fireworks. Apparently he was just outside with his mates drinking)!