How many times have you thought that you’d rather wake up to the hustle and bustle of city life than the routine humdrum of suburban living? Or maybe it’s the opposite. When’s the last time you’ve wished that you could lay out in a hammock on your front porch instead of climbing the stairs of your apartment building? It may be time to give your ‘wishes’ a little more consideration.
Every new year presents us with a clean slate… a new opportunity to take stock of our lives and explore where we’re on the right track and which parts of our lives still need a little work or even a complete overhaul. Sadly, some women don’t take advantage of this time to do introspective work. The in-depth self-exploration that helps realign our thoughts, words, and behaviors with our goals and dreams.
Time is a deceitful resource. It’s one that feels endless but it isn’t. When you’re young, without any real responsibility, you have free time. Time… that allows you to balance school, friends, and personal development. As you mature, things change, life becomes busier, and most of us find it hard to balance our entrepreneurial pursuits and our personal goals.
No matter how little time we think we have, we all need a break sometimes. After a week of work stress, family stress, and traffic, spending time with your friends, for a night out, can be just what you need. The first thing that usually comes to mind is meeting for dinner or drinks – you know, just to catch up…
I’m sure many people will agree that January is one of the most looked-forward-to months of the year.
It’s a time of new beginnings. A time to embrace your dreams and start planning for the year to come. It’s your opportunity to wipe the slate clean and start new. There’s an awakening that starts to happen at the end of every year. We start to think of all the things we want to leave behind and what we want to embrace.
Buying a home or deciding to invest in real estate is a process in itself; but what happens when you want to purchase a home that’s a little off the beaten path. Away from the city and all the hustle and bustle. With real estate prices increasing, this option is becoming more and more appealing to women homebuyers… let’s look at why.