I’m ‘pulling up stumps,’ I declared. I was announcing to friends that I was to leave my inner-city lifestyle and was moving to a Home by the Sea. A Seachange is the correct word, I believe. "What. Why?" was the plaintive responses from colleagues and friends. "Why move further out? That's a long commute." Especially… Continue reading Retiring to a Seachange
How does one handle change?
Change might be disruptive and jolting, a shock to the system but it also heralds new possibilities and opportunities.
I will soon be moving to a new location. A new house, new area, new neighbours. It is exciting but a little daunting.
Some of you know that we have been prepping for this move for over a year and soon it will become reality. Add to that, I will be semi-retired- whatever that means?
Have you some moving tips for me? Last year when I moved to my current townhouse, I become stressed out and exhausted. I used to be an ace at moving house, when I was in my twenties and moving flats every year or so.
Thirty years on, I am older and need some tips on making it less stressful.
I would love to hear your suggestions.
As some of you may know, I am preparing for the next stage of my life. Retirement from work. It is a few years off yet, however I do like to be prepared. To this end, we are building a future home at the beach. A new home means a new blog called A Home… Continue reading My New Blog – Seachange.home.blog
Some people know I'm preparing for a seachange; I'm 'pulling up stumps,' as they say, in the suburbs, and have already moved, in the interim, to a trendy townhouse in the inner city's dress circle. What is it like, you might ask? Think Gourmet ice cream and Vegan eateries, Sushi Trains on many a corner,… Continue reading The Downside to Hipster Living
Have you ever built a house, well designed a house from the ground up. There are so many things to decide. But this will be our dream home. Time for a Seachange.