The prompt for this post was “Somewhere you would like to move or visit” and I thought this title picture would be much more eye catching. The truth is there are a lot of places I would like to move to and visit. I’ve said it before but the idea that life isn’t meant to be lived in one place really resonates with me.
After college I will without a doubt move for a job if need be. Sure, I would not mind at all ending up in Frederick, I’m very comfortable here, but I also wouldn’t mind ending up somewhere completely random. I really wouldn’t mind if I lived out of a suitcase the rest of my life or at least for awhile until I’m ready for a house and a family.
The places that I would love to live include: Seattle, Washington D.C., Dublin, London, Charleston NC, Bar Harbor ME, and loads of other places that I could just see myself living in for more than a week.
This does not even begin to cover the list of places I want to visit. I mean I’ve written the bucket list part one and two but there are so many places that I want to see that those are really just a starting point. I want to go to so many places and just see what the world has to offer. I don’t want to go to the same place for vacation every year, not that there’s anything wrong with that. I want to be in every state.
I mean like I’ve been to a good number of states but there are still a lot that I have to go to in order to accomplish my goals. Also, I think I must have been in New Hampshire to get to Maine, I just didn’t think I had been there. There’s so much to see in the world and I want to see it all. The next place I would like to visit and don’t have current plans to do so is probably Chicago. That’s somewhere I’ve never been but it’s a place I would really like to see. There are a lot of places I want to go and see but there are also places that I wouldn’t mind just driving through and taking in the scenery. Travel is something that I could honestly spend the rest of my life doing. I want to move and travel not only all over the country but all over the world.
Where’s the next place you want to go?