On TV, living alone is seen as pretty glamorous. We grow up thinking that we’re going to move to the city and suddenly be living the Carrie Bradshaw or Harvey Spector dream, in a swanky pad, complete with panoramic city views and a seemingly.
As anyone who has tried to do some quick shopping at Oxford Circus on a weekend can tell you, London is full of people. You see it every morning on the packed tube carriages, in the queues at the supermarket and trying to book a space at Flight..
Loneliness is often assumed to be something that affects older people, but it is in fact a worldwide epidemic that can impact people of any age. For young people, moving to a new city is a situation where they might be most vulnerable to..
Moving into any house share can be pretty nerve wracking, especially when it is with someone who you might not have met before. Lyvly's application process means our members are hopefully all like-minded and looking to connect with each other,..
When we move into a house share, we might assume we’re going to be living on a sitcom set, a ‘Friends’ inspired utopia where it’s laugh a minute and hilarious hijinks around every corner. And most of the time it is! But that doesn’t mean that..
Recently published statistics around what we call "Generation Rent" have confirmed what we already knew; London is a renter's market, and shared living is gradually being cemented as a way of life. But we believe, and our whole business is based..