1. Live in a different location for six months
Sometimes you just need a change. If you’re feeling antsy or want to experience a new culture, then moving to a different city – perhaps the place you’ve always wanted to live – for six months is a great way to shake things up.
Before you move, though, look into visa requirements and health insurance. If you’re moving to another Canadian locale, then you’ll need to meet residency requirements before qualifying for provincial coverage. If you’re moving out of the country, you should purchase travel insurance for expatriates.
As for your house, consider hiring a house-sitter. Websites like MindMyHouse.com or TrustedHousesitters.com pair responsible folks – everyone’s vetted by the sites – who are looking for a new experience with people who need someone to look after their place while they’re gone.
Where should you go? That’s up to you! Pick the place you’ve always dreamed of visiting.