To Which State Should You Move?

From the Red Wood forest, to the Gulf Stream waters, this land was made for you and me!

Emily Goldberg
Created by Emily Goldberg
On Nov 11, 2015

What is closest to your career or what you can see yourself doing in the future?

Pick a food to eat:

How do you feel about marijuana?

What would you most want to do on a Saturday?

How religious are you?

Do you like being around people?

How do you feel about museums?

How do you feel about the four seasons?

Would you rather live in a city, the suburbs, or a rural area?

Do you consider yourself more conservative or liberal?

California

California

You should definitely move to California if you do not already live there. California is a diverse place full of friendly laid-back people. You can spend your weekends hiking and enjoying the beautiful landscape, or, if you are looking for more excitement, surfing on the beach. Depending on where you live in California, the weather ranges from mild to perfect. It is a paradise of open-minded, fun-loving people who are just like you!

New York

New York

You want to be a part of it... New York, New York! Frank Sinatra's "New York, New York" should be your theme song, as New York City is the perfect place for you. There is nowhere else in the United States that is as exciting, cultured, and fun as New York City. Living there, you would never run out of things to do, shows to see, and restaurants to try. You would thrive in New York because you are a hard worker and wouldn't mind the fast-paced, active lifestyle. When you get sick of the city (if that could ever happen) you can escape to the affluent suburbs of Westchester or the peaceful beauty of upstate New York.

Tennessee

Tennessee

You should live in Tennessee, the heart of all different kinds of music, from rock 'n' roll to country, and the Bible Belt. In Tennessee, you would be surrounded by people with small town values even in fun cities like Memphis and Nashville. You could live in a city, the suburbs, or the middle of nowhere and enjoy the best of all worlds. You would love the BBQ and comfort food of the South and enjoy the history of music in the major cities.

Maine

Maine

Maine would be the perfect state for you to call your home. First of all, it is beautiful. It is full of glistening blue lakes and vibrant greenery. In the summer, you can enjoy spending time on the lake alone or with your family, getting homemade ice cream at local stands, and feasting on delicious lobsters. In the winter, you can read by the fireplace and enjoy this picturesque, slow-paced lifestyle.

Arizona

Arizona

You should move to Arizona because it is full of glorious nature. It has beautiful deserts, breathtaking sunsets, snowy mountains, world-renowned golf courses, the Grand Canyon, and gorgeous rivers, lakes, and waterfalls. There are parts of Arizona that are really hot all year, so you never have to worry about having to go inside to hide from the weather. This state is perfect for the slow-paced, relaxing, yet outdoorsy, lifestyle that you crave.

Maryland

Maryland

You should live in Maryland because it is a lovely state on the water. In Maryland, you can enjoy all the crab-eating you want, some great sports teams (the Ravens and the Orioles), and the state's open-minded, affluent culture. Maryland is in between he North and the South, so you would not fall into any stereotype or feel out of place when moving from elsewhere. It is also right next to Washington D.C., which is the US capitol and a really nice city.