So ... Hypothetically ...
You are in your mid twenties. You have a DH, but no children. You have a fantastic job that you love and are extremely passionate about - it is a massive part of your life, and your colleagues are like family to you.
You are living in a major capital city, where you have been living for 3 years. You and your DH both make reasonable money, and work fairly cushy hours.
Despite how awesome your job is, you actually have no formal qualifications. That's ok though, because your work is willing to trust your potential.
Your DH is offered the opportunity to move interstate for business. For the first 6 months, he will be earning the same amount as he is earning now, but after that 6 months he will be earning enough to set you up for life within 10 years.
The place you may be moving to has a much lower cost of living than the city you currently live in, and it is a nice area. Probably nicer than where you currently live.
You have no family or commitments tying you to either place.
The catch - you will have to sacrifice your job. You LOVE this job. It is so incredibly important to you. It is the first thing in your life you have ever felt you were MADE for. You will most likely never get another job like it, and will probably find yourself working twice as much for half the amount of pay you currently enjoy.
Your DH will also probably not see another weekend for as long as he keeps the new job, and will likely have to work late a lot, though he finds the work rewarding.
Neither of you will know a single soul in the new town.
You have to decide today, because if you decide to go, you have to be there in 2 weeks.
What do you do?