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Where Outside London Should You Live?

Where outside London should you live? You Got: You can't commute to London from Scotland! But have you considered living in Edinburgh instead? Edinburgh is a gorgeous city with a lovely music scene. Living in Edinburgh would mean you'd get to go to the Fringe every year, you'd always eat well, and you'd never be stuck for something to do. Plus, people would visit you all the time: Everyone wants to go to Edinburgh. You couldn't choose a nicer place to live.

A Cabin in the Woods is All I Need (38 Photos)

Imagine no more worrying about the commute, early starts or noisy neighbors. These remote cabins would be the perfect hideaway for those who just want to leave everything behind. Secluded in the woods, in quiet meadows and even hanging from the side of cliffs, what they lack in creature comforts, they make up for in …

I watch the trees roll by on the transit ride to San Francisco. I sit, alone my eyes focused on a book until someone moves from the back and to the empty seat beside me. First he eyes me and nods. He wraps an arm around my should a and I jump." Don't move, I'm here to keep you safe." His eyes seem I glow supernaturally.( open maybe romance, decide what he is. Credit to Katriel Moriarty)

What to Pack for Iceland in the Winter - 10 Days in a Carry-On

What to Pack for Iceland in the Winter - 10 Days in a Carry-On » Local Adventurer >> Currently San Diego

Bike-Friendly Cities and Bike Commuting Tips

Get the inside line on six of our favorite bike-friendly cities and learn about the benefits of bike commuting in this urban cycling infographic.

7 Ways to Fit a Workspace into a Small Space

7 Ways to Fit a Workspace into a Small Space | Apartment Therapy