How to Live a More Fulfilling Life in London

Do you live in London or are you thinking about moving there soon? London is one of the most

exciting and vibrant cities in the world. However, even though over eight million people live in this

city and its surrounding areas, many people feel isolated and do not always have the lifestyle they

hoped for. This is a situation that you can easily change in the following ways.

 

Learn to Drive

London’s bus, rail and tube networks make it much easier to get to different parts of the city.

However, if you want to become more independent you should seriously consider learning to drive.

You can start this process by completing a free driving theory practice test. Once you have your

driver’s licence, it may take some time to get used to the busy streets of London, but you will get to

see the city in a whole new light.

 

Get Your Bearings and Explore the City

A large number of people have lived in London for years and still don't realise all of the things it has

to offer. It’s comprehensive transport system makes it a relatively easy city to travel around and

everything you need to know about the city is at your fingertips, with a wide range of information

websites, social media pages and mobile apps available. This means you have no excuse for not

finding out more about all of the interesting places you can visit in Englands capital city.

 

Working Arrangements

Unfortunately, many people spend a large portion of their day commuting to and from work. Over

time, this can take its toll on your health, your relationships and other areas of your life. Ideally, you

should live as close to your work as possible.

 

However, if you are renting, you may not be able to afford the high monthly rent being charged in

places closer to central London where you may be working. If so, you should look at some

alternatives. Many people decide to work from home instead or give up the 9-to- 5 lifestyle

altogether and become freelancers. These are options you should consider, especially if your

personal life is affected because you are travelling too much each day.

 

Embrace the Local Culture

If you live in London and the only time you leave your home is to go to work each day, you are

missing out on a golden opportunity to visit some of the worlds most famous art galleries, museums

and other cultural buildings.

 

As well as this, each week you have a wide range of gigs, concerts and West End shows to choose

from. For those who prefer sporting activities, London is home to some of the most popular and

successful sports teams in the UK and this gives you an opportunity to go to their matches or events

every week.

 

As you can see, there are many ways people living in London can live more enjoyable, fulfilling lives.

Even some small changes can make all the difference, so you should consider each of the points

mentioned above.

*This is a collaborative post

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12 Comments

  1. 20th February 2017 / 11:34 am

    Learning to drive is a biggie for anyone living in London having lived here all my life although traffic gets worse each year.

    • admin
      20th February 2017 / 2:43 pm

      I have been driving for years and am a confident driver, but no way would I even think about driving there x

  2. 20th February 2017 / 11:38 am

    Living in London the one thing I would never ever want to do is drive here, public transport is so good and you can get anywhere with ease x

    • admin
      20th February 2017 / 2:43 pm

      I refuse to drive anywhere near London, we have to go on Wednesday to take C to hospital, although driving would be easier for her, we are going by public transport

  3. 20th February 2017 / 3:35 pm

    When I used to live in London, I love to explore the city and its diversity. Great tips!

    • admin
      20th February 2017 / 4:16 pm

      I love London there is always so much to do and see x

  4. 21st February 2017 / 7:31 am

    London does tempt me sometimes but I wouldn’t bother driving with the amount of public transport everywhere.

    • admin
      21st February 2017 / 11:33 am

      Public transport is so much easier in London, I have had to drive to Chelsea once that sent me into a right panic x

  5. 21st February 2017 / 10:00 am

    Great post. I lived in London for awhile and sometimes I miss the hustle and bustle.

    • admin
      21st February 2017 / 11:32 am

      I live relatively close, still classed as a London borough, but love being away from the hustle but close enough to enjoy it when we want to x

  6. 22nd February 2017 / 11:09 pm

    Oh London, yes so many people would do with ideas like this, i doubt i would move to London but useful post even if i visit time to time.

    • admin
      23rd February 2017 / 3:42 pm

      I live just outside so have the best of both worlds really x

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