Random health and exercise thoughts - Page 2830
@GraphicNovelty can answer this better, but while I really enjoy visiting, I'm not sure I'd want to live there for more than a year. It would be fun if I earned like 2-3x what I make currently.
can answer this better, but while I really enjoy visiting, I'm not sure I'd want to live there for more than a year. It would be fun if I earned like 2-3x what I make currently.
Yeah I'm on Long Island and while it's fun to go in for a weekend I would go crazy living there.
Being extroverted is good, but if you don't already know people in the city it can be pretty damn hard to make friends since people are often closed off as fak. Then again, you're older than novelty and I are and if there's no job risk and you're interested in it then why the heck not. You'll know the answer once and for all.
I feel like the city attracts a lot of social climbers and people are fake as fuck and tend to always be looking for the next best thing. They take the FOMO to a whole 'nother level. It's asinine.
I do have to say that I like boston a lot.
Whatever then let's just take over the gaansevort hotel pool parties in the summer.
I dunno man. I can get to awesome campsites and parks within an hour or two, same for skiing in the winter (not that I ski), and awesome beaches within an hour drive.
I think this location is pretty perfect and I hate suburbia so...
Oh my god I would go crazy. I really need some sort of large gathering at least once or twice a week or I start to get depressed. When I was living in the suburbs for a bit I was miserable :/
Boston is a nice city, but the huge student population really homogenizes the culture so it gets boring real quick. I'd love to move to CA but I'm not in a position where I want to ditch this job right now (likely 2015 promotion)