And there’s the heat. Not a little heat, a lot of heat. A heavy, wet, energy-draining fire that can knock you to your knees.
Ideally, you could live as a “snow bird,” retreating to the north when the hot weather sets in…
Whichever locale you choose, it will come with a steep price. Not financially perhaps, but in the sacrifices you’ll make when you realize what you’ve left behind. (Maybe, maybe not.)
If your roots are deep, you’ll never make the plunge. You’ll wish you could and you’ll never stop dreaming of finding your “forever” land. However, your paralyzing fear of change won’t let you leave town.
If you’ve traveled most your life you might find it difficult to make a decision. You could blindfold yourself while hovering your finger over a world map. (I did that once. It didn’t end well. I just wasn’t ready for Texas. Nothing against Texas.) I did almost move to Equador once. The lack of dependable internet and public restrooms (and toilet paper!) was the deal breaker.
Europe, the Mediterranean, Australia... “Where’s your dream place?”
The Best Place to Live in the World is the one that captures your heart. It steals your every waking moment and lights a fire so intense within you, that you can’t stop thinking about it because you just know it is where you have to be.
The Best Place in the World is the one is that makes you feel at home;