Thursday, 12 March 2015

Home Sweet Home!

For those who follow me on twitter, you may have noticed a few moving home tweets! My fiancé and I have moved from a tiny flat into a nice little house and we couldn't be happier! We also have a little garden, actual stairs and, most importantly, better heating! I get very cold... It's the weirdest thing going from a small flat to now having to go up stairs to our bedroom though.


I guess this is sort of an update post really. We've just got our internet back, still sitting next to lots of boxes that need unpacking, but we'll do that another day. At the moment we're just trying to get settled and get used to driving a different way home! 

This post will be very short, as I'm quickly writing this before going to bed with a busy day ahead of me tomorrow in London (which is when this post will go live, thank god for scheduling posts!). However, I have one question for all of you who have recently moved, how long did it take for you to feel settled into your new home? As much as I am over the moon we now live in a house, I can't help but feel really unsettled and uneasy. I guess it's just because it's in a new location that I'm not used to, but I feel rather anxious, especially when in the house on my own. I'm sure this will die down soon, but I'm hoping some of you may have some tips on speeding up this process!

Until then, I guess I'll have to get used to it! I'm sure it won't take too long. Once we're all settled in, I'll show you all a few photos!

Ta-ta!

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4 comments:

  1. Congratulations on your move! Moving house is a stressful and unsettling time so you're not alone.

    I would definitely suggest unpacking your stuff so that more of your familiar objects are around you and it may help you feel more at home in your new house. Figuring out where you want to place things and store things and display things may help you settle in more and make it feel like your place and not so new? Light some of your favourite scented candles around the house too

    When it gets warmer you can work on the garden too!

    Take each day as it comes and hopefully you'll feel more settled soon xx

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    1. Thank you!

      That sounds like a good idea, I still haven't got round to unpacking properly which is terrible really! Hmmm that's a good idea, I need to find my candles and light them. That'll make me feel much better!

      I can't wait to work on my garden! It's so exciting! Hehe :)

      Thank you hun, your comment has cheered me up! x x x

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  2. Congratulations on your new home! I definitely agree with Just Ems - unpacking your stuff will make it feel so much more like home. It took me about 3 weeks to feel really settled into my home when I moved but everyone is different. Wishing you the best of times in your new home :) x

    Brenda BusyBee

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    1. Thank you Brenda! Yes it'll be nice when everything is in place, as I'm still finding myself not knowing where things are as there are still a few boxes lying around! :) x

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