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Thoughts on Moving From a Small Town to a City

As of this post, I’m not sure where I’m going to move, or when I’ll move, but I wonder if where I will ultimately move to is a city. I’m from Arizona and still live in the same small town I grew up in. I like living in a small town and it’s a lifestyle I don’t want to sacrifice, but I know that there are more job opportunities in cities than in small towns unless I work from home. And that’s why I’m struggling with where I should move to.

For the most part, were I move to is dependent on my allergies. I also usually work from home, but I would like to move to an area where I can work with others in my line of employment. I don’t mind traveling to an area where I work or work with others I need to work to, but I don’t want it to be over an hour drive away. I also want to live in an area where I can buy groceries without driving 30 minutes away. And, of course, I want to live in a more rural area.

Because of this, I seriously think about living in a city or in a suburb near a city. And I’m not very sure if I’ll like it. After living near a small town for so many years, the idea of moving to a city worries me. I know I can do it, but I don’t want to be fully committed to staying in the city. I also have many worries such as safety, traffic, and other concerns about living in a city that I didn’t experience while living a small town. Yet, if that’s where I need to go, then I’ll go.

Overall, I’m very nervous about moving. I’m worried about the housing market in Arizona, which is very busy, and finding a new home in an area where my allergies aren’t as serious as they currently are. And I still haven’t ruled out moving out of state. I just need to remember to take my time with the move. I also need to focus on saving my money and not worry too much about moving right away. It will happen, just not when I want it to.

Well, that’s all for now! Thank you for reading!

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