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How do you deal with the "itchy feet" need to move house when it's not a great t

  1. buckleupdorothy profile image85
    buckleupdorothyposted 5 years ago

    How do you deal with the "itchy feet" need to move house when it's not a great time to move?

    It's always fun to fantasize about living in another neighborhood, another city, another state, another country - but sometimes it's just not a great time to move! What do you do to keep those itchy feet in check?

  2. AMFredenburg profile image78
    AMFredenburgposted 5 years ago

    I just think of all the packing and unpacking I'm going to have to do, and that generally cures me -- plus, I'd have to find a rental that allows cats, and that throws cold water on the issue, because 99 percent of the landlords in my area don't allow pets.

  3. mbwalz profile image89
    mbwalzposted 5 years ago

    I go to open houses and look at houses for sale on-line! I love the idea of a new house and moved quite often when I was renting. But now, the thought of packing keeps me satisfied with staying put. But I still love to look!

  4. cebutouristspot profile image75
    cebutouristspotposted 5 years ago

    Am glad I dont have that.  I am happy where I am. smile

  5. Stephanie Henkel profile image94
    Stephanie Henkelposted 5 years ago

    Your question made me smile because we live in our RV most of the time. When "itchy feet" strikes, we just pull in the slide and hit the road! smile

    Interesting question, though. I believe that some people just have a little bit of gypsy in their blood, and that the urge to move on will always be with them. For many people, it just isn't practical to move house when they get "itchy feet".  Then they might satisfy themselves with some virtual traveling or a good vacation. It's not easy, though, to convert a born wanderer into one content to grow deep roots by living in one place for most of their lives.

    1. AMFredenburg profile image78
      AMFredenburgposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      This sounds wonderful; sounds like a "how to" Hub is possible here. I'd sure like to know how to pull it off.

    2. Stephanie Henkel profile image94
      Stephanie Henkelposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      Thanks for the "Best Answer" award, Buckleupdorothy! 

      AMFredenburg, I do actually have several hubs on living in an RV full time. It's a great life for the happy wanderer! smile

 
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