Real Moving Stories from Life After London
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I recently read a great article about super commuters and how far people are prepared to travel to work and it made me wonder – how far do people travel to find the right school?
We were happy in London, but we realised we weren’t making the most of what London has to offer.
Moving house can be a great opportunity to do a bit of sorting of your house prior to it going on the market.
Leave your city persona behind. Without exception, I have found people kinder, more welcoming and polite and yes, more laid back. Since you’ve made the decision to move, assimilate.
After much deliberation and endless discussions, my husband and I finally decided to bite the bullet and move out of London with our two small girls aged 15 months and 2. The first question was where?
For those who like the joys of seaside life, moving here makes perfect sense. We are located on the eastern tip of what is called ‘The Garden of England’
Moving to a new area is never easy, especially if you don’t know anyone to ask the questions to the answers you really want to know, which are no doubt more lifestyle related. You can only glean so much through internet research. You take a big risk falling for a house but not knowing the area at all.
Moving house is probably one of the most stressful things to do, although exciting it requires a lot of planning, packing and unpacking. Here are some tips for a smooth move, to avoid much of the stress and enjoy your new place.