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A podcast about bidding farewell to Ubers, multi-hyphenate coffees and sky-high rents, and hello to nature, regional accents and remote working - with all the career-pivoting, ego-bruising and new friend-foraging this entails. Hosted by journalists and friends Jeananne Craig and Jayne Cherrington-Cook.
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A podcast about bidding farewell to Ubers, multi-hyphenate coffees and sky-high rents, and hello to nature, regional accents and remote working - with all the career-pivoting, ego-bruising and new friend-foraging this entails. Hosted by journalists and friends Jeananne Craig and Jayne Cherrington-Cook.
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    Maggie Molloy: The can’t afford the city move

    Maggie Molloy: The can’t afford the city move

    When Irish illustrator Maggie Molloy was looking to buy her first home, prices were so high, she had to be creative with her money. What followed was a search in rural Ireland for an old, unloved property and also a new career for Maggie. Her Instagram Cheap Irish Homes highlights those rundown farm houses that are available to buy and the idea was translated into TV for her first RTE series. She's got great tips for other adventurous first time buyers, plus gives her insight into what rural country life is really like. Plus, we answer one city quitter's dilemma about moving back home.
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    • 39 min
    Craig Phillips: The finally settled down move

    Craig Phillips: The finally settled down move

    Looking to sell your house so you can escape the city? Our third guest has plenty of tips for you! As the first winner of Big Brother, Craig Phillips moved frequently between cities making the most of his newly won fame and working on various properties he owned.
    He eventually settled in Formby, Liverpool and he chats to us about life after Big Brother, making his dream family home and shares some tips on how to make your home sellable if you're thinking of quitting city life. We also answer a dilemma from Emma, who is wondering how to know when it's the right time to quit the city.

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    • 36 min
    Pearl Lowe: The life or death move

    Pearl Lowe: The life or death move

    In our second episode we chat to designer Pearl Lowe about her move to the countryside. She talks frankly about addiction and how she believes she'd be dead if she had stayed in London. Pearl also shares her tips on finding the right out-of-town location for you and your family (hint: It helps if there's a swanky members' club like Babington House near by!) and how to find your new tribe. We also answer our first city quitting dilemma on how to make new friends in your new location.
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    • 31 min
    Rebecca Martin: The work burnout move

    Rebecca Martin: The work burnout move

    Our first episode is for everyone that's experienced work burnout. These days, we all seem to work long hours and for some, it can be the final straw. One of these was Rebecca Martin, a former journalist on Marie Claire, who burnt out so much she eventually quit her job and London, relocating to the seaside for a much calmer life. She shares her tips on how to make the move and also how to recognise if you're suffering from work burnout.
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    • 37 min

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