A British woman who moved to the United States from the United Kingdom says this has “improved her quality of life” and encourages others to do the same.
Amber Tiffeny, 20, moved to the United States when she was 17 and has been there for three years.
She says it made her realize that “the UK has bad vibes” and that the country “doesn’t want to see you prosper”.
His TikTok where he talks about his experience, published under the handle @amberrtiffenyIt has already been seen by more than 404,000 people and accumulated more than 900 comments.
The 20-year-old told viewers: ‘Moving from the UK changed my quality of life. I moved to the United States when I was 17 and turned 18.
A British woman who moved to the United States from the United Kingdom says it “improved her quality of life” and encourages others to do the same.
‘I’m 20 now so I’ve been living here for almost three years and when I tell you, in almost three years my whole lifestyle has changed.
‘Everything just changed, moving to the United States improved my quality of life. I started wanting more for myself.’
She explained: ‘I’ve just started to be around more uplifting, business-savvy people. I feel like I hate being one of those people, but the UK has some seriously bad vibes.
“I don’t know what it is with people in the UK, why they can’t seem to support each other, but the American girls here… one thing they will do is support each other, one thing they will do is motivate, one thing they will do to do is elevate.
‘Besides people, like my whole way of thinking has changed. I moved here and started wanting more for myself. I guess it’s really just your environment.”
“I started thinking that, my God, there’s so much more I can achieve even at a young age.”
Although he also made it clear that he initially “didn’t want to move from the UK.”
Tiffeny revealed: “I love the UK, I still do, because I felt so comfortable.” I had all my friends there, I had all my family there and I didn’t want to move.
Her TikTok where she talks about her experience moving countries, posted under the name @amberrtiffeny, has already been viewed by more than 404,000 people and has accumulated more than 900 comments.
“I thought no, people can move here, I’m not moving – that’s literally how it was.”
‘Growth happens in mysterious ways and moving to the United States during that time was the best decision for my life.
“Honestly, I thank God because I was going to get on a plane and go back to the UK, but God had other plans.”
He concluded: “So if you’re thinking about moving out of the UK and you’ve been looking for a sign, let this be your sign.” Don’t be afraid, you have nothing to fear.
“The UK doesn’t want to see them prosper – that’s the way the people are, that’s the way the government is, that’s the way it really is.”
‘Also please don’t come criticizing me, this is just my personal experience, I’m just sharing my journey with girls who have been thinking they want to move out of the UK.
“This has been my opinion, this has been my experience and I hope this gives you the push you needed to move forward.”
Both British and American viewers flocked to the comments to have their say on the influencers’ divisive views.
Someone from the US noted: “It’s all fun and games until you get a hospital bill,” along with a crying emoji.
Another wrote: “But it’s so hard to eat really healthy in America that I struggle every year.”
Others chimed in with: “The grass is only greener when you water it” and “It says more about you than the UK, if you’re really a grinder you’ll find a way to thrive wherever you are.”
However, some people agreed with the TikToker, writing: “People can be really mean and miserable in the UK” and “This is my sign to leave the UK.”
Someone else reasoned: “The bad vibes in the UK are probably due to the weather,” and someone else added: “I feel like the bad vibes have a lot to do with the weather.”
Another viewer commented: ‘Maybe because you were a kid when you were in the UK. Moving anywhere at 18 is exciting, everything seems new and fresh.”
But Tiffeny replied: ‘That’s true, but the truth is that I didn’t want to move. “I actually wanted to come back to the UK.”
It comes just after an American woman living in London claimed that Londoners are “not nice” and said people look at her like she is “crazy” for thanking bus drivers.
Aurora Lofton, originally from Virginia, moved to the United Kingdom almost two years ago and is often surprised by the stark differences between the two countries.
The 27-year-old posts candid videos on her TikTok account (@aurora._victoria) about adapting to life in the UK and has built a huge fan base, with 628,000 followers and 2.2 million likes to date. the date.