Living abroad is a challenge, but it would be awesome because I would make my way down to Canada to become a Top professional writer and an industry expert. I choose Canada because it is one of the safest places to live globally, according to the Global Peace Index (GPI).
With the country's diverse history, peaceful political environment, reduced military action, low crime rate, and respect for human rights, it is an ideal location for me. I will be residing in Ottawa because of the life-changing opportunities it presents, such as a growing job market, employment opportunities, and carnivals with a blend of French and English speakers.
My first step in the country of new possibilities would be finding a place to live and applying to a university to further my education. The multicultural country has four of the top universities in the world with different curriculums, opportunities, and campus life.
A growing number of professionals are retiring in the Canadian market, and equipping myself with an additional degree and expertise will improve my job chances. I will join professional groups such as Canadian Authors, New West Writers, or the British Columbia Association of Travel Writers because working with a team is an excellent opportunity to meet other writers, find a mentor and hone your craft.
After adequate preparation, it is time to seek additional experience. Finding a high-paying job in Canada can take time, but conducting extensive research on hiring companies, understanding the market, and applying with necessary credentials will improve confidence. I can also take up voluntary jobs or start as interns at a carefully selected organization for required experience to increase job chances.
Canada's waters are breathtakingly beautiful and teeming with life. The country has 20% of the world's fresh water in its rivers and lakes. My adventures in a country with three coastlines (North, West, and East) will include visiting Lake Louise, Cape Breton Highlands, or Tadoussac to see humpback whales, sea otters, and orcas. I would love to visit Churchill to see polar bears from a safe distance and take memorable pictures.
Canada Mountains are gorgeous, and I am also a fan of heights, so going to Kluane National Park will top my list before Sea to Sky Highway or Icefields Parkway in Alberta. I will visit sports-related events, ethnocultural clubs, city halls, games, music, and dance club to interact with the locals and learn the country's values.
Canadians are very polite and friendly people, so making a transition into the environment and workforce would be a streamlined process because of my ability to prepare for eventualities, attitude, and language proficiency. In addition, I would consider joining programs and activities like fitness and recreation, book clubs, health, and education, meeting like-minded people, and contributing to the community.