You’re likely reading this article because you’re fed up of living in the big smoke and long for countryside living. Despite its small size on a map of the world, Britain has plenty of areas that are rural and away from the hustle and bustle of major towns and cities.
As human beings, we like to think we can’t be ‘programmed’ to do anything. We’re free spirits, nothing can truly get into our minds and force us to do something we don’t agree with. On the one hand, this is true, but on the other, this is what causes many of our ills in modern society. Routine is something that is welcomed by all living creatures. It gives us stability, consistency and we can achieve more if we stick to a plan. Losing weight is one of these issues that has galvanized the public because we’re told that there’s some new product that has ‘the secret’ to shedding all those pounds off our bodies. But it’s simply a marketing ploy, most of the time. What will work is a healthy lifestyle routine.Read more
Living in the country is entirely different from life in the city. For one thing, you probably don’t enjoy the services of Uber or similar services for making short trips. Deliveries will take longer and walking down narrow country roads with your shopping bags is not a good idea either.
Here are 4 benefits of owning a van when living in the countryside. Read more
Let’s face it, the world is a pretty stressful place right now. We’re worried about our family, friends, our jobs and health. When will all this end? Will things ever go back to normal? It’s times like these that many people reach for comfort, stress relief and those little vices that we just can’t let go of. Read more
COVID-19 has certainly shaken the way that we live our lives. From working from home, home learning to the way we shop there are many things that we are having to get used to. Through this time it’s important for us to look after ourselves, our family and take pride in the little things in life and our home that keep us happy and positive. It can be really easy to let your mood slip and not realize you have the ability to cope through this and keep yourself in good health.