In the past two years, I’ve lived in 4 different cities: New Brunswick, Seattle, New York City, and San Francisco.
Every time, I left something comfortable to experience something new.
When you live somewhere, you lay down roots. You make new friends, start to frequent the same spaces, go on adventures. All of these attributes become a part of your existence in that place.
What doesn’t change between places is your inner world.
The things that give you comfort. The experiences that make you feel. The routines you need to function.
Changing your outer world doesn’t have to effect your inner world as long as you recreate your world when you move.
Think about what you need. The people. The decorations. The space. The furniture. The ambience. The music. All of it.
Without it, you’ll feel like you’re missing something.