I have lived in Vermont for most of my adult life, but I have decided it is time for a change. Out of all the places I have considered, Colorado is at the very top of my list. It may be difficult for others to understand, but there are clear benefits to moving to that state.
The first thing I like is the fact that many parts of the state have a low crime rate. It is pretty quiet where I am now and I would hate to move someplace that was the total opposite. I like waking up every morning feeling safe and secure. It seems like Colorado will help me to learn the winning edge of effective and applied strength and conditioning to enhance sports performance.
I am not much of a skier, but it is something I would love to get better at. Being close to the mountains means that I would get a chance to practice. I have started doing that here and I want to continue that in whatever place I decided to move to.
Unfortunately, the place I live in now is what most would consider a culinary wasteland. I have all kinds of diners and small local places around, but nothing that would absolutely blow the average person away. I would love to be in a place where I could get great Mexican food, delicious drinks and other exciting fare. That is not something that I am willing to compromise on when it comes to moving.
As you can tell, there are some serious advantages to packing up all of my things and moving across the country to settle in Colorado. All I need to do at this point would be to decide what city would be the perfect fit for me and all of my current needs.