Tips for moving your family from the UK to the USNovember 6, 2014
Christina Moore is a part time blogger and full time adventurer! Originally from the east coast, she now resides in San Diego. If she’s not writing you can find her on the beach soaking up the sun.
· Do you want a big city or a small town?
· Do you want cold weather, warm weather, or maybe a mix of both?
· Do you want to live on the beach, in the mountains, in a desert, or in the plains?
Whatever you want, you should be able to find somewhere! If beaches and nice weather year round are what you like then most would probably tell you to check out San Diego. It’s a nice sized city and may just have the best weather in the country. Gets a little hot in the summer but for the other 9 months you will have great weather almost every day. There are beaches and many things to do.
· If you would prefer a more seasonal climate there are plenty of options across the country.
· If you want a really big city then, of course, there is New York, or you could try any of a number of cities on the upper east coast.
· For weather similar to UK you may even want to try Seattle. It’s a beautiful city with great people, but it rains a lot and is often cloudy, which is something you might be used to.
· Maybe you want to try living by a mountain range where you could ski; Denver is a very nice city in Colorado that you should visit. It gets cold there in the winter but actually isn’t as bad as most would think, and it’s very near to some of the better ski slopes in the country.