This is a symptom that I call,
This is regular.
It's kinda odd too.
I know a guy that wanted to go to a different and live there. He'd wanted to do this his whole life. Well, He moved to some country in Europe(don't ask me which one because I have no clue)and was leading a great life.
But every night he would think back on stuff he had to do in the states that he did'nt have to do in whatever-country. Well, he kept thinkin' and thinkin'. Eventually it got the best of him. So after only 9 months in whatever-country, he moved back to america. He was asked why he did this. He said something like this. "I don't really know why, I guess it was just because I missed the country I was born and raised into. I missed alot of stuff about America that whatever-country didn't. And eventually, I missed my country so much that I decided to move back, even if it did mean longer hours and harder work for less pay."
That is a good story to help remind people of where they come from. Whether it be another state, province, territory, or country.
It also kinda describes what it's like to go to college.
At first yo just want to get out of the house. But then after a couple days, weeks, maybe even hours, reality sets in a you start to miss where you came from.
Kinda ironic isn't it.
It's your choice whether you move to a different country.
But remember this, it may pay great for less work and you may live in a better house or have a new car or something, but once you do move away, you leave part of yourself behind. And after awhile you'll start to miss that other part of yourself. It could be your family, your heritage, etc., etc.
But when you do start to miss that other part, remember, your getting paid more in that new country of yours, so just save up some money, and get a flight to your home and take a few visits a year.