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3 Things You Might Learn When You Move Across the Country

Moving to a new home is a brilliant way to change things up and move on to a new chapter in your life. If you like the area that you’re in then it might just mean a change of scenery. Some people decide to do something a little more drastic and move to a completely different area of the country entirely. In some cases, it’s exactly what people need. Getting a fresh start can be great, but it can also be a complete disaster. Don’t be fooled into thinking that it’ll just be like a normal house move but with a longer drive. If you’re moving cross country, you’re going to learn a few things along the way.

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Choosing A Place Is Hard

People’s reasons for moving across the country are varied. If you’ve been offered a new job somewhere, then you’ll at least have it narrowed down to a city. If you’re just planning on moving somewhere new for a change, then you’re completely in the dark. Trying to choose randomly out of that many cities is basically impossible. Then you have to find the right house. The best place to start is to make a list of your priorities. Is it education, or good career opportunities that you’re looking for? Is a rich cultural scene important to you? Once you’ve drawn up a list of the things that are most important to you, you can easily start crossing off cities that don’t fit the list. After you’ve cut it down to a select few places, go and visit for a few days so you can get a real sense of whether you’d like to live there or not.

You’ve Got More Stuff Than You Think

When you’re moving locally, you’ll get most of your stuff taken to the new place but you can always leave bits and pieces with family and friends, and do more than one trip. You don’t have that luxury when you’re moving across the country and you’ll soon realize that you’ve got a stupid amount of stuff. You’ll have to find a moving and storage company that can handle it all for you, but you should see it as an opportunity to weed things out. The chances are, a big chunk of that stuff is useless junk that you’ve collected over the years so be ruthless and get rid of the stuff you don’t need. It’ll make the whole process so much easier.


Walking Is The Best Way To See A New City

When you’ve lived somewhere for years, you know it inside out. You drive around and you know where every side street you pass leads. But in a new city, you haven’t got a clue. If you drive everywhere when you get there, you’ll only see a few of the main roads. Obviously, you aren’t going to be able to walk everywhere you go, but for any short journeys, you should try to. Don’t be afraid to wander aimlessly either. Taking a detour down some side streets might turn up your favourite new restaurant.

Before you decide to move across the country, have a good think about it’s the right thing for you.

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