3 Bombs for Hawkins
Everyone seems to be pointing you in the direction of "go for it" . . . . I would add to that (moved many times for DH's job). Act in faith, accept with thanks - and keep us posted!
My Dad was a Road Warrior too. We always were on the move. He did it chasing the bigger bucks, and made it work. We're from Houston, but I was born in San Antonio, Tx. We lived in the following places along with my four Brothers, and Mom during my first 18 years.Daughter's husband works out of town and comes home on Fri. Since the job site is different every couple of weeks, the company pays for his motel room. They are making it work. When I was at home, my father was civil service and we moved about every 2 1/2 yrs. We just did it and I had a very interesting life with friends all over. I would go for it and make it an adventure. Go to the new city and ck it out for a week. He should talk to new co-coworkers and find out about the different areas and where they live. Have courage and go for it. His health is so worth it.
Oh, I dunno... hubby is INTF, and he'd be very unhappy away from home and the family for long. We're definitely homebody, but need each other close...Those arent INTJ men.
Prayer & Divine Intervention are good things but sometimes a little use of a weighted .xls can help you eliminate some issues.We are requesting prayer that God will guide us and make it very clear to us today which path to follow.
I've travelled for work and stayed in these places. On long term the rates are attractive, most have full breakfasts free and the rooms are generally suites. Seperate bedroom/living room with a fully equipped kitchen (pots and pans, silverware, plates) with a stove and full size fridge and microwave. That way you don't have to quickly uproot the family and have them live in limbo while you're pulling your hair out between work and finding new housing.Extended Stay America. They have these all over the country:
Choose Extended Stay America for everything you need for short term, weekly, or long term stays. Our pet friendly hotels have fully equipped kitchens, free Wi-Fi and more!www.extendedstayamerica.com
I'll be honest: a Motel 6 is much cheaper, but I'm a single woman who had a ton of stuff in her car, including a lawn mower, so a hot sheet place wasn't really an option. I had a nice kitchenette with a microwave, fridge (much bigger than dorm-sized), full-sized kitchen table, and a full-sized desk. This set up was well worth it, because I was also continuing to work online at the time. The Extended Stay has Wifi.
(Oh, and I had work and the house lined up. I just couldn't get into the house until about 2 weeks after mine closed. Long story for a different day!)
Maybe INFJ ?
This!There are lots of good suggestions above. Nonetheless, the ball is in your court. Don't be anxious...continue trusting and praying.