What do YOU call the search for Home?
The English language can be a trip, and something universal – like moving to a new place – carries a hundred different names and phrases.
Separate words change the essence of your decision, and the emotional baggage you bring with you. Are you escaping something bad, or searching for something better? Moving for the first time, or the last? Desperate for new scenes, or nostalgic for previous ones? Jobs, family, relationships, bucket lists: these reasons, too, change our terminology.
When it comes to travel lingo, the places we go very much influence the things we say. So whether you’re relocating to put down roots, or migrating to greener pastures, take a visual journey through all the ways we say “I’m moving!”
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