How to live comfortably at a new site.
Uncomfortable interest we face makes us move to a different site. Meanwhile, our new resident becomes discomforting with things we aren’t accessible to you. Unfortunately it tends out to be your dreamed home or resident
These ways would show you how to live comfortably without any stress.
Say yes to everything.
You’ll probably want a few of the following life essentials in your new city: some friends, a romantic partner, and a job. You won’t find these by sitting at home, ordering take-out, and watching Bravo. Get out there! Go to everything people invite you to. Remind yourself that you are on a mission to find these life essentials.
*Ask to be set up on friend dates… or date dates.
Welcome to the way grown-ups make friends. Ask your BFFs in your current city if they know anyone in your new city. Ask your family if they know anyone who might be a nice friend for you. Scour Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Instagram, and whatever other social media you’re on to find out who from your network lives in town. You might be surprised at what you find.
Join organized groups.
From nonprofit volunteering to kickball leagues, even if you don’t normally consider yourself a joiner, joining something is a way to meet new peeps. Start with a hobby and find a group to sign up for. Even better: find something you’ve never done before. Being a beginner is a great way to connect with other people who are also beginning. You feel awkward, they feel awkward
For your first six months, stay somewhere comfortable.
You are in a new city, so it’s all strange and unfamiliar. You don’t know where CVS or the grocery store is, or who your best friend will be. You don’t know the good neighborhoods from the okay neighborhoods. You don’t know the secret side streets to cut around traffic. You don’t know the cool bars, the cool restaurants, or where the best farmer’s market is. So instead of adding to the stress, I encourage you to stay somewhere comfortable for your first chunk of time while you get used to your surroundings.
“Comfortable” means something different to everyone. For me, it meant splurging on a temporary apartment in a pricey area where I feel really safe and free to explore my surroundings. For you, it might mean living with a friend or relative temporarily even though you know that long-term you want to be living alone.
Don’t forget about your friends and your network from your former city.
You have it easier — you left. I’ve always believed that the “mover” has it easier than the person left behind. You’re out exploring a new city, having new adventures, learning new things. Your old pals are in their same routine and probably missing you. Don’t forget about them. Make an effort to keep in touch and to go back and visit from time to time. Yes, it will be hard — you’re not sharing all of their day to day adventures and even a small time difference call be awkward — but soon enough things will fall into place.
These ways will help you live comfortably in a new site .