So, you have finally escaped the rat race and moved out to the country. There is no denying that such a momentous change will affect almost every area of your life, from what you do at night to the food that you eat. And if you’re new to country living (we’ll assume that you wouldn’t be reading this article if you’ve lived there all your life) you’re probably wondering how to adapt to the many, many changes that you can expect. Some of these changes will be momentous, some will be relatively insignificant, some will be expected, and some will be unexpected. And so, it is undoubtedly hard to plan for everything. Indeed, for many of the problems that country life poses “we’ll cross that bridge when we come to it” is a good maxim to live by. To become accustomed to country life, you simply have to live it.
Nevertheless, there’s a lot to be said for preparation, and it certainly helps to get things in some perspective by preparing for the small things as well and the big. Where footwear is concerned, for example, country life throws up a few different challenges than the city. You are probably …Read More