I say “do it!”. The world needs mad, impetuous people. Find a way and make it happen.My Masters is in Museum Studies and Heritage and finishes up in December, which will be a couple of months after he finishes his training. A handy Masters to have as museums are pretty much anywhere, so I know that there will be potential opportunities for myself, no matter where I end up. This is why I've been pretty open to heading over. I've actually never considered that option, but I'm not too sure about living at a different location within the UK by myself as my primary reason for moving would be for him. My career is pretty adaptable whereas his isn't, so it has always made sense that I'm the one to make the move to him, which I don't mind doing.
Other than the financial standpoint, one of the most off-putting factors is if I make the move over there, and I still don't get to see him any more often than I would if I were in NI. By that logic, it would just make sense for me to stay at home.
It's actually really helpful to hear that your wife made the decision to move and it obviously paid off. Nice to hear something positive.