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Would You Ever Move To The Middle Of Nowhere?

by S1m
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I am a total home-bird these days, whether it be down to age or simply the fact that I am quite stubborn I do not know, however I really do miss my home comforts when I am away from the comfort of my own 4 walls.

When Flogas posed the question ‘What would I miss if I lived in the middle of nowhere?’ as part of their #IWouldMiss campaign, I was utterly stumped… for I would miss too much!

The convenience of not having a supermarket within a 2 mile radius would grate heavily. Something we all take for granted, especially myself as I have about 4 supermarkets within a 10 minute drive – running out of an item is never a great hardship as I can simply pop out and pick it up… along with 5 other items I don’t actually need! The upside to living in the middle of nowhere would actually mean you save money on shopping!

Would you ever move to the middle of nowhere?

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How idyllic would it be to live here though?

Not having friends on my doorstep would make me feel very isolated. I love knowing they are literally on my doorstep and see them every day. Conversations are never dull, even when there is no gold plated gossip to be discussed!

When I lived in London, the fast paced lifestyle almost became the norm, so the move back to Manchester really did upset me and it took a while to readjust to the slower lifestyle the city offered. Now however, I am totally used to the quieter life, steadily bobbing along in the middle lane and know I would miss this too much… silence can sometimes be deafening and I already know I would struggle to live in the middle of nowhere!

Ok, so flipside… what wouldn’t I miss?

Providing that the middle of nowhere had a better climate than Manchester, I certainly would not miss the rain or the need for an umbrella at all times… nor my next door neighbours… you’ve all heard the stories right?

If you are considering a move to a more rural location, then necessities such as utilities are the first item you would want to consider. Heating, electricity and water are essentials I would most certainly miss, so checking out domestic or even business gas from Flogas, who offer lots of solutions would be a great start to ensuring the basic necessities follow you to the middle of nowhere!

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Cat hooper January 9, 2017 - 9:55 pm

Ooh no I’d never leave the ‘burbs! I love being close to city centre action but near the countryside for an escape!

Hannah Spannah January 20, 2017 - 10:52 am

I went from the country, North Yorkshire, to London and back again. I missed London, like you, so much but I love the quiet life now. If I had family close by, I could move to the middle of no where but as a single mum, not on my own! #weekendblogshare


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