People are increasingly moving to the countryside, and some usually prefer to spend their weekends in nature, despite the variety of entertainment available in the city.
In a report published in the Spanish magazine “lamenteesmaravillosa”, author Letizia Aguilar Ibora said that despite the limited resources in the countryside, not to mention the difficulty of accessing the Internet, life in this environment is beneficial in terms of several, Similar to contact with nature and the strengthening of personal relationships.
People are increasingly leaving the city in search of a slower pace of life, free from obligations and stress. Of course, making the decision to live in a rural environment requires weighing up the priorities and constraints a person may face.
Usually the economic cost (need to live) and life in general in rural areas is lower than in the city, and social relations are more interdependent between members of society.
And people depend on walking, which is a healthy habit, to spend their daily supplies. The diet is generally healthy because it is mainly based on organic products and seasonal foods.
Living close to nature helps to feel calm and peaceful and relieves a person of the problems that those who live in crowded cities can often suffer, such as noise and traffic, as well as air pollution.
Rural work also improves cooperation between individuals without the need for an employment hierarchy and competition between individuals and individual job responsibilities, and rural life also helps to resettle some areas that can become deserted due to the shift to cities.
Among the disadvantages of living in the countryside is the difficulty of accessing technologies of all kinds, especially the Internet: as regards administrative transactions, it can sometimes become mandatory to go to the city.
Rural people may also have a problem with accessing health services compared to urban dwellers. This can become a real problem for chronic disease sufferers, as their doctor visits are frequent and mandatory.
Regardless of some obstacles, the number of people making the decision to change their lives and choose rural livelihoods is steadily increasing. Among the reasons for this is that living in a rural setting gives you a clarity of mind that is sometimes not found in a city.
Limited access to the Internet also improves direct communication between members of society, which has been seen as one of the dynamics of rural areas from the outset.
Thanks to the strengthening of interpersonal social relationships and the connection with nature, people avoid feelings of isolation and loneliness, as well as other emotional disorders.
Older people can benefit from new people who come from the city to live in the rural area. With the arrival of these people, the vitality, potential and resources of the village will increase and the children will be rebuilt, and perhaps the most important thing is to accompany these elderly people and provide them with assistance.
And also for children
The rural environment offers children greater freedom of movement thanks to the large areas, and the rural space gives children the opportunity to go out, play sports and interact with their peers without requiring much supervision from their parents, unlike in city. From an environmental point of view, rural spaces increase children’s awareness of environmental problems.