If You Don’t Like Where You Are, Move
If you’re thinking about moving, I hope my post will give you the inspiration you need to do just that. The only person who can decide if it’s a change you need is you. I would hate to see anyone get stuck in the same rut I was in until I decided I needed a change of scenery. I’m here to save you from my mistake and as a heads up, note that when you relocate to Ohio, HER Realtors takes the hassle out your hands by finding your dream home.
Moving is not a walk in the park. It’s hard to make the right choice even when you know it’s the right choice. Some people decide to move because they’re outgrowing their home. Others move due to their neighbors. There’s no right or wrong reason to move. Whatever your reason for wanting to move, go with your gut feeling and just do it. I’ve never regretted leaving my home of 26 years even when I had a bad experience at my last home of 3 years.
I feel like a comfy old shoe in my new home. It wasn’t easy to find the perfect place to spread my roots and if you’ve ever gone through the moving process without a realtor then you already know the headache of doing everything yourself. I found my last home by myself and that turned out to be a disaster almost from the beginning. This time, I turned to the experts. New home, new adventures, new memories.
Now that I’m settled in (5 months now, geez time flies), I’ve started working on some spring/summer DIY projects because there’s nothing quite like putting my own little personal touches on the place. I’ve also been organizing like I never have before. Living in the right place in the right location has given me a happier outlook on life and when you achieve that happy place, everything else just seems to be smooth sailing. Trust me on that. As I mentioned, I lived in my home for 26 years before I threw in the towel. I was resigned to live unhappily until someone gave me the best advice I’d ever been given, “If you don’t like where you are, move, you are not a tree.” Just hearing that from someone older and wiser was the push I needed to move.
What made you move to your home? Was it a need to relocate for work? Were you outgrowing it? I’d love to hear what inspired your move in a comment below.