Have you ever dreamed of living abroad

The thought of building a new life in another country can be exhilarating. Of course, turning that dream into a reality is easier said than done, especially when you're going to do it alone. But remember, it is possible. 

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Take inspiration from Louise Lizano, a Pinay who migrated to Canada during the pandemic. She's been living there for three months now! 

"[It was] my first [time] to migrate on my own [and even] to process a student visa," she told Female Network

Louise, who is a voice talent by profession, is currently taking up a postgraduate degree in Marketing Management at the University of Winnipeg. 

"I’ve been doing voice commercials since I was two years old and talagang yun ang kinalakihan ko so I wanted [to learn] something new," she recounted. 

In this episode of My FirstsFemale Network's newest series where women talk about their first-time experiencesLouise shares how she prepared for the big move and what it's like to live abroad on her own for the first time. Watch the video below: 

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