Moving from the City for a Life in the Countryside

August 22, 2020 7:24 am


If leaving the town, heading to the countryside and living the good life appeals to you, you are not alone. If you are going to be continuing to work from home, now is a great time to start to get the wheels in motion and make the dream come true.

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For many people, especially if they have never lived rurally before it can be a shock to the system so make sure that it is definitely what you want – the pace of life is slower, and people who enjoy the buzz of the nightlife, and the hustle and bustle of the city would probably not enjoy it. It is also worth remembering that a home in the countryside can be a little different – for example, some countryside homes are not connected to the main sewage supply, but you can get around this by having a septic tank, and getting someone such as this septic tank emptying Solihull based company to clear it out for you.

One of the great things about rural living is that you usually have more space to be able to do things like having a vegetable patch to grow your own veg, keep your own chickens, have more space for kids to run around or finally get a puppy that you have always dreamed of!

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As well as this, you will probably find picturesque country walks on your doorstep and be able to enjoy the spring and summer floral displays that light up the British countryside.