Some of the best things in life need distance.
Scoring a goal from the halfway line is a screamer – scoring right in front of the goal is a tap-in.
Driving cross-country is a road trip – driving around the corner means you won’t even get to the chorus of that new Dua Lipa banger.
Catching a chocolate in your mouth that’s been thrown across the room is a skill – shovelling them into your mouth from point-blank might look like a cry for help…
Here’s our long-distance relationship advice and how to make sure that you’re not just surviving a long-distance relationship – but thriving in one.