title: How Where You Live Affects Your Life
description: Where you live really does make a huge difference to your life and can be the number one thing that makes you either happy or unhappy.
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How Where You Live Affects Your Life

Where you live really does make a huge difference to your life and can be the number one thing that makes you either happy or unhappy. Apart from work, you spend more time at home than anywhere else, so having a place that you love is probably the best thing you can do for your overall quality of life. The following are some of the ways that where you live affects your life.

The Commute

Living a long way away from where you work can add a huge amount of stress to your life. No one likes being stuck in traffic and spending hours in the car every day, so if possible try and find a place close to where you work and you’ll be loving all the extra time you have.


There is a big difference between real estate on the Sunshine Coast and that of inner city Brisbane in terms of exercise opportunities, air quality and overall natural beauty. How easy it is to be exercising and even what your view is from your place both have a big impact on your physical and mental health, so rather than go for that apartment in Brisbane, look into options like Noosa real estate instead. You’ll be amazed at the difference it makes to your life!

Proximity To Friends and Family

Living close to friends and family is a huge benefit to our lives in terms of feeling supported and connected to those who we care about most. There is nothing quite like being able to walk to a friends place for a late night chat or dropping by your parent’s place just to check in and say hey, so if you can, try and live somewhere that doesn’t isolate you from your people.


Feeling safe is one of the most basic things a person needs to be healthy and happy, and if you don’t feel safe where you live, it can be hard to ever totally relax or feel comfortable. Even if you have to spend a little bit more money to find a place to live in a safer area, it is well worth it as you will finally be able to properly unwind and enjoy your time at home.


Living close to essential services like health care, shops and emergency services can not only save you time taking care of your weekly errands but also take a lot of the worry out of your everyday life. It’s good to know that you can get help if you need it and that you aren’t totally isolated, so living within striking distance of everything you need is a sure way to have you feeling safe and supported.


Whether or not you live somewhere that is a tight knit community is sure to have a huge impact on both how you relate to others in your area as well as how you feel just being in your area. Any place can develop a sense of community, it just takes people starting to look out for each other, though whether or not you have it will have a huge impact on your life and the way you look at the world.


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