Real Moving Stories from Life After London
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If you haven’t come across Cupsmith yet you should meet them! Not only do they serve great coffee, tea and the most delicious hot chocolate but they are lovely people who made the move out of London. Luckily for us they have shared their experiences (and even better pop by instagram and you can be in with a chance to win a gift from them.
It’s all too easy to get hung up on the area you think you want to move to but as Chrissie reminds us not to close our eyes to opportunities in different counties…whilst also keeping in mind some of the critical factors.
Look beyond the initial appeal of a house and think about what daily life would be like for you and your family, both now and in years to come.
I am thrilled to share Catherine’s story and I’d strongly recommend you pop by her Instagram account if you’re on there and enjoy her journey.
Moving out of London has been a challenging time – even when you have no doubts about moving, the process is still pretty traumatic. These are some of the nuggets of wisdom I’ve picked up along the way.
I love sharing stories of our members who have experienced the move – their insight is so helpful for you. Perhaps even more useful are those who moved back….
Being surrounded by the countryside (think cute pubs with stunning views) means that an outstanding Sunday Roast is at our fingertips any weekend.
It has been 15 years since my husband and I made the move from London. Since then a lot has happened, including the addition of 3 children and a few years abroad.
So if you’re thinking about making the move and want to talk to someone who’s done it in Devon get in touch, I’m happy to help.
It was Boxing Day 2014 when we started to think about life by the sea. We were standing on Appley Beach at low tide with both our girls wrapped up warmly and happily jumping in puddles left by the receding tide when we sort of looked at each other and said ‘Hmmm, wouldn’t it be awesome to do this every day?’