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If I were to pick between the two I would always choose Boston, without hesitation. I don’t know why exactly. Maybe because Boston is smaller and very European. Or maybe because Boston is so much cleaner and people there seem friendlier. Whatever the reason might be, I just know that all Bostonites should be grateful for living there.
And if you are a soon-to-be Bostonite, you should know that I am very, very jealous of you. Now let me tell you ... Continue Reading →
What’s your first thought when you hear about Austin, Texas? Is it the South? The Texas rodeos? Or simply the hot weather? Once known as a crowded college town, today Austin is the fastest growing city in the US. In 2015, population growth rate was 3.15% (Forbes), surpassing even San Francisco and Seattle. We can proudly say that Austin nowadays is much more than the city of hipsters, music, and taco eating. But they are definitely in the basics!
The prospects ... Continue Reading →
Whenever most people think about Arizona, they imagine deserts. Arizona is indeed a hot state. It has more sunny days than Hawaii. Nevertheless, its deserts make up only a part of it. 27% of Arizona is covered in forests! The state boasts the largest stand of Ponderosa pine trees in the world.
Have you ever heard of the San Francisco Peaks and Humphreys’ Peak? They too are located in Arizona. Believe it or not, you can go skiing in Flagstaff, Alpine, ... Continue Reading →
Whether it’s because of its scenic views, rich culture, and high quality of life, everyone seems to be planning on moving to Colorado. If you are one of those people, congratulations! Colorado is a very welcoming state and can offer you a lot more than scenic views or rich culture. The state has one of the highest figures for life expectancy – 80 years, almost one year longer than the nationwide average.
In this guide, you will find the answer to ... Continue Reading →
In the US about five million people move each year across the state lines. As a part of this move the country has been witnessing a persistent inflow of Americans to the South. Census population estimates show that the 16 states and the District of Columbia that make up the South saw an increase in population of almost 1.4 million people between 2014 and 2015.
In fact, this population influx can help some states gain additional seats in the House of ... Continue Reading →
I’ve lost count of the sketches, drawings, and oil paintings I’ve made of Hawaii. Those are some of the things that have made me feel closer to the “Paradise on Earth” and have made my dreams of moving to Hawaii even more intense. Oh, I almost forgot, I’ve also seen Disney’s Lilo and Stitch several times. That must count for something, right?
“How awesome it would be to live there!”, “Life would be perfect if I could just move there.” you ... Continue Reading →
Moving is one of the most stressful things you will have to deal with. I know I keep saying this over and over, but it is true. Certainly, there is that excitement of knowing that soon you will discover something new; you will live in a new city, meet new people, discover some hidden gems like a side street bar, but nevertheless, all these exciting things that are waiting for you do not make the process of moving any easier, ... Continue Reading →
There is something I’d like you to know about me even if we never meet, – I’ve moved a lot. You may think that by now I’ve become a pro in moving, but honestly, I am still learning from my mistakes. I’ve lived in different cities in Europe and the U.S. Every time I had to move house, in the best case scenario, I would always start packing the day before and sometimes – just a few hours before the ... Continue Reading →
Are you moving soon and already thinking about transporting your car safely? We hear you. The moving process itself is a highly stressful event that requires a lot of thought and planning. Short distance moves may feel less taxing and time-consuming if you plan ahead. Moving across town or even the street involves a great deal of sorting, packing, and organizing that may become the cause of your frustrations, let alone moving to a new state, part of the country, ... Continue Reading →
Either way, unless you are already there, I’m pretty sure you are going to regret the fact that you missed their annual World naked bike ride! How cool is that! It happens every year in June, and it is the largest nude bike ride in the world with over 10 000 participants! I’m sure that even if you don’t aspire to be one of the naked bunch, you would have loved watching them – the freedom ... Continue Reading →