It might seem like an iron-clad rule, but here are three places where it’s okay to go ahead and chat with a stranger.
I wonder how you view your next door neighbours? Do you think of neighbours as being noisy, nosey or a nuisance? Or do you see your neighbours as “good”? Continue reading Neighbours: a dirty word?
In our last post, we talked about neighbourliness. There are lots of different ways that neighbourliness can manifest itself, and one of those is finding a connection with a great local business. Whether it’s a great coffee shop, butcher or even a local paper, these types of independent businesses can inspire a lot love, acting as community hubs and keeping money in the local economy. So what better way to show your support than by helping them to work their magic and create jobs in your neighbourhood? Continue reading Crowdfunding and the relational economy: making it happen
Can creating opportunities for neighbourliness soften the blow of the housing crisis? Katharine Hibbert shows how to put two problems together to come up with a solution. Continue reading “The antidote to despair”: relational housing