Moving to a New City (Ep. 154)

As you may have heard in earlier episodes, we’re moving to Denver.

Seeing as how we recorded this episode days before the big move, we decided to talk about some of the planning involved in uprooting our lives and moving an entire France away. Things like:

  • How we chose where to go
  • How we’ve been getting ready and staying organized
  • What we’re planning to do to get comfortable in our new city

Enjoy!

If you have any other questions or thoughts on the art of relocating, you can get your own questions answered on the show by asking them in the College Info Geek Community, or by tweeting me.

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Moving to a New City

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