5 Great Reasons to Live in the Countryside

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If you are looking to move to a new home, you probably have your mind made up over whether you want to live in an urban area or a rural one. And if you’re a city dweller, you probably have no interest in moving to the countryside. After all, you’re going to be far away from all shops and entertainment, the transport links are rubbish, and you’ll probably have to learn how to deal with spiders in your home and how to stop foxes pooping in gardens.

But this isn’t the reality at all. It’s perfectly possible to live in the beautiful English countryside while still leading an exciting, social and busy lifestyle. More and more people are leaving the fast pace of city living to move to more peaceful areas of the country.

If you are still undecided, here are five fantastic reasons to live in the countryside. Read more

Planning For The Post-Covid Party Of Your Dreams

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What’s the first thing you’ll do when the covid pandemic is over? It’s getting to that point where many people are tentatively starting to ask themselves these kinds of questions, as it grows increasingly likely that we might be able to come out of the darkness some time in 2021. For many people, the first thing that they will do is throw a big party for all their friends. If that’s something you’d like to do, it’s never too early to start planning. So let’s take a look at how you can plan for the post-covid party of your dreams right now. Read more

How To Survive This COVID Christmas

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It’s almost Christmas, which for many is usually such a wonderful time of the year, however, this year may be very different for some. Due to the Coronavirus, many people are unable to see their loved ones this year as there are too many of them, and others are unable to see their elderly or vulnerable relatives for fear of infecting them. This Christmas, for many, may be a time of great sadness, loneliness and loss. Suddenly the traditions you have become used to have been turned upside down. And sadly, one of the worst parts of this is that this year, there is nothing you can do about it. So, what can you do to cope this year? Read more

Christmas at Jack’s supermarket | AD Review

I think we’ve all realised that Christmas is going to be a lot different this year than it usually is. No trips out, no big gatherings, no Christmas parties. But that doesn’t mean that we can’t still enjoy all of the festivities, right? Other than spending time with family and seeing them open their presents (I’m more of a giver than a receiver), do you know what my favourite part is? FOOD! A lot of people have a lot less disposable income this year too, so we need to find savings anywhere we can. That’s where Jack’s Supermarket comes in handy. When you head to your local Jack’s you can find all your festive favourites for less!

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Curb Appeal For Country Homes – What You Should Know

Whether you just want to arrive home to a beautiful sight, or you’re looking to sell your country home, making sure your curb appeal is on point is important. Not only will your curb appeal play a big part in what your home is valued at and whether it has the potential to sell, you don’t want to get home to a run down place each day. The outside of your home tends to set the tone before you even set inside, for both the homeowner and guests.  Read more