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what do you like\dislike about where you live?
Hi This is a topic that I constantly go over in my mind so I thought I would throw it out to netmums. I have very mixed feelings about where we live. 24 Feb I feel like every place I've lived (which is quite a number) I've come across many people who do not like where they live but they stay for whatever reason. 2 Dec Last week, I put out a question to you, dear readers: Why do you love the place you live? I got to wondering about the idea because of the recently released results of a Gallup survey called “Soul of the Community,” which shows that people feel attached to places primarily because of qualities like beauty.
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Some people might even say I am pathologically attached. I am a crazy-ass, diehard New Yorker. While I have lived in other places — six years in California, eight years in Maine, three of those in a very rural community — in the end, I keep coming back to New York.
This is where I feel comfortable and accepted.
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This is where good things happen to me. This is where — and I know there are a lot of people who find this absolutely nuts — this is where I can breathe. The ever-changing link of people in New York is one of the things I love most.
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The survey asks residents of 26 communities across the country how attached they feel to their places and why. Things like friendliness and beauty:. Social offerings are the top driver of attachment innot only across all 26 communities, but also in every community individually.
This is regarding whether residents view their communities as good places for different groups, including older people, families with children, young adults without children, racial and ethnic minorities, immigrants, gays and lesbians, and young, talented college graduates looking for work.
The study got me thinking about the things that attach me to New York.
What makes you care deeply about the place you live, or the place where you grow up? Is it a question of history and familiarity? A sense of excitement and possibility?
Where do you live and do you like it?
My city isn't much, but here are a couple of good photos: So, everyone commutes to the nearby city. The winters here are pretty harsh. Yet, it is only a minute drive to town where you get just about anything you need there is even a mall. It is slightly better than Neptune source I would say was a C.
After years of living in the cold bleak north, it is great to live in a place that is always sunny. Would this be true anywhere but NYC? Our town has one traffic light! It's an historic city and obviously pretty in the centre but it's just so dull here.