There are many cities I would like to live in at one point or another. In this post, I’m going to put more of an emphasis on the U.S. and cities I would like to live in here. Number 5 is not the in the U.S., of course, though.
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Well, I’m currently living in my top city I would like to live in, which is Chicago. Unfortunately, I don’t live as close as I would like to, but I do enjoy the suburbs I’m in. Ideally, I would like to live downtown or simply closer to the city like I once did when I was growing up.
I love everything that Chicago has to offer. From the hundreds of different restaurants and all kinds of different cultures, what’s not to love? I love the people I’ve met in this city. Everyone is so driven and people here really know how to have a good time on the weekends.
Is this a surprise? It’s the number one city in the U.S. that people move to. The majority of the people here are single and gorgeous. Pretty much everyone is fit and it’s an all around an awesome city. Everyone looks happy all the time and it’s definitely different from Chicago.
I’d like to settle down here with a family when I’m older or move to this city once I’m out of school. My sister and her husband are supposed to be moving to CO so I will definitely be visiting often!
#3 Los Angeles/San Diego/Pretty much anywhere in California.
I LOVE visiting the LA/San Diego area. EVERYWHERE IS BEAUTIFUL. At least the areas I’ve been to.
I feel like I could constantly take photos of everything I see. I’m not crazy about the traffic, but the scenery can make up for it. This might come as a surprise, but I’m not too crazy about the Hollywood area. I would definitely stay away from this area unless friends wanted to come visit the Blvd.
I’ve never been to Seattle, but I feel like I have been because I watch ‘Itsjudyslife’ on YouTube every day and they live in Seattle. I also LOVE rain so I could definitely do with the rain every day.
My mom and I are planning a trip to Seattle, but before we go there we are planning a trip to South Korea. I am pretty excited about that! As long as my Peru trip doesn’t conflict with the dates she is going, I should be able to go.
#5 Anywhere in Sweden.
I’m constantly hearing great things about Sweden. It would be the perfect place to raise a family and the economy is doing great. Women get long maternity leave and the schooling is free. I also read that is one of the happiest places in the world. I need to visit Sweden!
Have you lived in any of the cities that I’ve mentioned above?
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