Whether your dream is to live by the sea, run a small holding or to wake up to city views, this book will help you achieve it, giving you the confidence to start over, lay new foundations and create a life you love, in a location you adore.
How to Relocate is an essential and positive guide for anyone who spends time on Rightmove looking for that perfect new location and dreaming about escaping the safety of their humdrum life.
Would you love to live by the sea, but the thought of selling up and moving away seems impossible? Or perhaps you dream of running a small holding in Wales or setting up a surf school in Cornwall, but are too scared to make the leap of faith, so you stay safe, but unhappy, in your nine-to-five job? Deep down, you know you are meant to live somewhere else, but the thought of upsetting family and friends, and having to start over is too daunting.
While moving won't change who you are, it can give you the space and freedom to be who you want to be and allow you to finally live a life you love. How to Relocate will help you face up to your fears and overcome them, because 'living the dream' is not just for other people; you can do it too. Author Natalie Trice is living proof that you can pack up and start again, and she is here to show you how.
From navigating new schools and forging new friendships to sorting out your finances and career plans, How to Relocate will help ease your doubts and worries, offering practical and emotional support at every step along the way so you can be brave enough to make the bold move of your dreams. It includes a raft of success stories that share how others relocated and made it a success, even when things didn't go to plan, to show that it really is possible.
This book will give you the confidence, determination and inspiration to relocate and empower you to create your dream life for once and all.
Following a successful career in PR, working with the CEOs of international TV channels such as CNN and Discovery Channel, directors of IT companies, entrepreneurs at the forefront of their industry, and ambitious start-ups, Natalie Trice retrained as an ICF accredited coach in 2020.
She now works with clients all over the world, and at the heart of all she does is her strong belief that when you are brave magic happens, and she is often seen in the press talking about this.
Cast Life: A Parent's Guide to DDH, was Natalie's first book and sits alongside her charity, DDH UK, which supports thousands of people who deal with hip dysplasia, a condition one of her sons has been treated for over the past decade. Her second book, PR School, promises to take readers from zero to hero so they can do their own PR and feel as if they have their very own PR ninja sitting alongside them.
Natalie is a self-confessed relocation junkie, and while living in Leeds, Tokyo and London was fun, it was after a life-changing move to south Devon in 2016 that she really found her place in the world. When Natalie isn't at her desk, you will find her surfing with her sons, walking on the beach with her dogs, or reading the papers in a shore-side coffee shop with her husband.