by Nirvana
A Business for Social Change
Cost Effective New Housing for the Elderly & Persons With Disabilites
Home Sweet Home

Home Sweet Home

For most people, finding their own home is truly a dream come true. But what is it about being Home Sweet Home that feels so good?

Freedom to create your own space

Once you’ve found a home that’s truly beneficial for you, you may have the chance to add any adaptations plus the opportunity to add your dream decor.

If you’ve ever wanted to install your own LED mirror, have bright pink walls or potted plants everywhere you move, here is your opportunity. You can bring an interior design dream to life or enjoy space you maybe didn’t have in a former home.

Let your creativity shine and enjoy the creative freedom having your own home brings.

Changing your lifestyle

If you’ve moved to a completely different place, maybe even a different town, city or country, it can have a huge effect on how you live your life. Maybe you had to change jobs and you now have more or less time, or perhaps you have to get to know somewhere you haven’t explored before.

Relocating can positively affect your life in so many ways. For example, you can learn new hobbies or spend more time in the outside world, especially if you now have a garden or terrace.

Having your own place can completely turn your life on its head in so many uplifting ways.

Meeting new people

Have you ever heard the old story of popping around a neighbour’s house for a bag of sugar? Well, it used to happen! Now you have your own home, you may just be in that situation one day.

Having your own home can provide a sense of community and stability. If you wish to do so, it can open up many different opportunities.

Some estates or apartment buildings have Facebook groups designed to build community, whilst street parties are common too.

Now you live on your own, maybe you also feel so inclined to go to more social occasions.

You may also decide to throw a housewarming party to endear yourself to your new neighbours!

Any other benefits?

Studies show that branching out on your own can have a multitude of health benefits. There are so many ways you could benefit from the freedom of living independently.

A lot of people report that they gain valuable life skills.

What better way to become more self-reliant than by taking ownership of every decorating glitch, toilet flush glitch or DIY fix? That sense of achievement once you’ve solved an issue by yourself is powerful.

You may have to manage your finances or cook for the first time. Whatever it is, you can give yourself a new lease of life through learning.

There’s also a great chance you’ll strengthen your emotional intelligence.

Now you have your own home, you may have to become more ‘mature’ in the way you speak with a landlord or mortgage advisor. Previously, maybe the homeowner was a parent and your relationship with whom you pay bills will have been a lot different.

In turn, you may even improve your relationship with yourself. The best housemate you’ve ever had could in fact be yourself.

Your Home Sweet Home may in fact be coming back home - to you.