I have never been to Tennessee in my entire life, but I can see why living there would have its advantages. If you are looking for a new place to lay your head, you should definitely consider this state. Here are four reasons this is a great location to settle in.
One thing that would make me want to move there is the prices. Many people balk at the idea of leaving busy places like Los Angeles and New York City to live in Southern states, but doing so means that you will be able to make ends meet without burning out. The average person in a large city had housemates in order to cover household costs. This is not something that is required of people who live in Tennessee.
The food is another reason to move here. There is nothing like good Southern food. Most people who are not from here have no idea what they are missing. This is not the place to be if you are looking to nosh on fancy things like foie gras and all types of caviar. If you want delicious options like sweet cornbread, smoky BBQ and collard greens that are soaking in the most delightful pot liquor, this is the place that you have to head to.
In case you didn’t know, people who live in the South are generally nicer than those who live elsewhere. It may be due to the fact that there are so many people occupying the same space in large cities, but the air is certainly different in Tennessee. There is no guarantee that everyone you come across will greet you with a warm smile, but it is far more likely to happen there than it would in many other places.
The weather is much milder than it is in many other areas. For instance, if you live in Boston, you have to deal with things like blizzards and temperatures that are so cold that you are likely to experience frostbite on a regular basis. While it can get a little chilly some nights, this is not something that you will have to worry about in this state.
I am a city girl at heart, so there is no way that I will be moving to the country any time soon. With that said, this is certainly a place I would consider settling in if I wanted to live life at a more relaxing pace.