Hello ladies After many months of job search, I finally landed a job at a top 10 company in my field. Pay is best in class. I live in City A, I interviewed at city B (headoffice) and my actual work location will be in city C. I need to accept the job offer in a cpl of days and despite everything else being ok about the job I find myself hesitating in accepting it because: 1. I have never visited the office in city C although my role will be based fulltime there. I was never invited there even during the interview process (as hiring team was in B). I now realize that I should have requested a visit sooner and it's a bit late now. This is causing most of my anxiety cos I have never met any members of my team or office. 2. I have never lived in city C aside from 2 visits years ago. If I relocate to C it will also be my first time living alone in India. I do have relatives in C but much older. I plan to live by myself near work and not with relatives. I worry abt the loneliness although i can fly to my homebase. 3. I need an elective medical procedure in next 2-3 months that will require 3 weeks of staying home. I may be able to work for the most part but i dont know if my new job will allow 3 wks WFH within 2 months of joining. 4. I sometimes come across negative reviews online about the group I am about to join and it worries me no end - esp as it relates to point #1. 5. I worry that the job location will limit matrimonial prospects in that it is possible that prospective partners may not be interested in relocating to C and I wldnt want to quit my new job in a few months cos a) short term employment looks bad on resume and b) my salary wld be nearly double of what most guys make anyway. So basically I feel anxious about moving for a new job in a new city at an office I havent been to, working with a team i havent met, plus this move has ramifications on other personal matters. I am wondering 1. If I should even take this job because I am in two minds because of the above concerns. Shld I "lean in" or listen to my gut and lean out ? 2. Regarding #1, one way I can think of resolving any doubts I have is by first accepting the offer and then requesting the recruiter I be allowed an office visit at C (on my own expense) - just to get a feel of the place and calm my nerves about the many unknowns. How to ask this without needlessly raising questions in my employer's mind ? What if my gut feel is negative after visit ? Feedback appreciated. Shoutout to my buddies : @Rihana @Sandycandy @yellowmango @blindpup10 @SGBV and the many lovely ladies who helped me earlier.