Do you like where you are living now? If not, where do you want to live?
Ecuador. Lowest cost of living vs lifestyle in the world, depending upon which town/city you choose. Gas is $1.48 per gallon.
No. My wife and I live in Illinois. The labor unions have destroyed our state's economy, especially those for retired state workers. We have $83 billion in unfunded tax liabilities, but our Democratic controlled legislature and statehouse refuse to cut spending. One-half of all newborn babies end up on medicaid insurance within two years, and most stay on it indefinately. My wife pays into the TRS (teachers' retirement system $400 per month. Governor Blago stole money out of it and now there isn't enough funds in there for the future retirees. Most politicians are corrupt here, and they raised our income tax 66% last year. This resulted in employers leaving Illinois, and a net loss of jobs in 2011. We want to move to a fiscally-responsible state and are biding our time....before it is too late.
I live in Florida and ideal would love to live in california or colorado. So pretty there!
No, I don't care for where I live in Montana. It is too rural for me. I would like to live at the beach again somewhere where I could hear the sound of the ocean and smell the salt air. But my kids and grandkids are here so here I will stay.
I live in Sydney and it is a beautiful city to live in if you can put up with the traffic congestion! I would love to take a year off and live on the Amalfi Coast in Italy.
yes, I like my living place KERALA, "God's own country". I think this is the most beautiful place in this world.Relationships are more valuable here.fresh air and water are here.Most of the people are living in villages.
I remember my favorite home as far as where it was, but it did need come changing, although the 6 yrs I lived there were beautiful as far as home was concerned. I had taken in my sister for the last year because of her illness and my mother's inability to deal w/it, and it was meant for a single person or a love nest. I was lucky--I'd had both for about 5 years. Then I got a call from my daughter, and though she didn't want to ask, she needed help (Epstein-Barr still in full stage), married, working full-time, one child, pregnant, etc. Of course, I moved. No, I'm not happy and am presently looking for what I had before. I think I'll find it somewhere--not here--unless an idea for some vacant property gells--quite unlikely. I'm headed home to Florida--I love the wildness and tiny areas of the Big Bend Country, the pure love of anywhere on the Gulf Coast--even down to 10,000 islands. The Keys have changed, so not looking there, but anywhere would be okay. Except I'm tempted to head to the southern region for weather--but it would have to be a 'village' and they are hard to find anymore. Water and sun close! Of Lero (above) doesn't appreciate the beauty of our southernmost state, he hasn't been to the right places!
I live in kansas cuz of the army but i am gunna move to arizona, i love mountain views and the desert!
Although I like where I live now, I've always wanted to live in New Zealand. I'm not a big fan of sheep, but the country is beautiful.
No, I hate the place I am currently living in. It's Cosmo but people here have laid back attitude. I love Mumbai and want to settle there. However, marriage brings me to this place which I am not fond of.
I live on a farm near Perth and I don't know any other place I would rather be. I feel like on a crossroad to every place I have always dreamt to be close to...the ocean I love is just around the corner, the bush I always find refuge in is my home, the two port towns (small enough to bump into people you know) where I work and have the most friends from are just twenty minutes away by car and my capital city where I go regularly to visit galleries, theatres and other cultural outings is just half an hour away by car....being born in Europe I have always dreamt about place there is no crowded and clouded....I have found the sunniest city in the world and there is where I am staying:)
Yes. I live in Pennsylvania atop a mountain and love it. I've lived in suburbs and city and by the beach. Though my dream is to be lulled to sleep by perpetually moving waves I've experienced such peace in my mountain I don't wish to trade it with anything else in the world. It's the closest thing to Heaven I found.
I live in Edinburgh, Scotland - capital of an ancient country and would not move from here. It is steeped in history, intrigue, culture, the Scottish Enlightenment and has some of the most fabulous architecture built on hills - a very grand and regal place.
If I had to move it would be to Paris, France - my second home.
No. Right now I live in Ohio and it is very flat. I miss the Ramapo mountains in New York where I grew up and the mountains in North Georgia where I went to college. If I were able to pick up and move right now I would probably go back to Georgia or perhaps South Carolina.
May be somewhere where people just mind their own buisiness without judging us:)
by wendy877 years ago
How many countries have you visited and which one is best for living ?
by NiaG6 years ago
Would you trade seeing family and friends to live somewhere tropical?You will always be able to visit them but you would be living miles away and not seeing them nearly as much as you do now. Could you handle that?
by Moon Willow Lake7 years ago
If you could live anywhere, where would it be?
by Rochelle Frank5 years ago
What is the best place in the world to live?Is it the best place for you... or the best place, in general? Why?
by iyah057 years ago
where do you think is the best place on earth to live and why. I would have love to still live in montserrat (w.i.) because it was so peaceful green and beautiful and everyone was so friendly
by MountainManJake5 years ago
Where is the cheapest place to live in the world?
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