Here’s the top 5 reasons Texas is #1 for me in this year’s Best Places to Live in America.1.
It’s not just cheap and abundant.
You’ll find everything from fresh seafood to local artisan produce.2.
It has a vibrant art scene and a diverse cultural landscape.3.
You can easily go to the movies, too.4.
It does not have a massive transportation infrastructure like the rest of the country.5.
It is a state that is well-versed in both medical and recreational marijuana.
If you can’t find a job, don’t worry.
You have a state where it’s a breeze to find one.
I am in my 20s now, and my friends have been there as long as I have.
Here are the other states that made my list:AlaskaCaliforniaColoradoFloridaIllinoisIowaKansasMaineMichiganNevadaNew HampshireNew JerseyOregonPennsylvaniaTexasWest VirginiaWisconsinVirginia2.
Alaska, a tiny, remote outpost of the vast Northern Rockies, is the second-biggest producer of hemp, after Oregon.
Colorado, a small, mountainous state on the border of the Rockies, offers a lot more than Colorado can offer.
California, the third-bigger state in the United States, is a hotbed for the cannabis industry.
Alaska has the third highest percentage of residents with a bachelor’s degree.
Maine, a state with more than 20 million residents, has the second highest percentage in the nation of cannabis users.
I have no doubt that my ranking will change over time.
In my opinion, Alaska and California are the best places to live if you’re looking for a low cost, accessible lifestyle.3,5.
California is a great state to live, with a lot to offer.
It offers great weather, good schools, affordable housing, and a vibrant arts scene.
But Alaska and Colorado, where I grew up, have a lot of things to offer as well.
Alaska offers a thriving craft beer scene, and it has the highest percentage (43.9%) of residents who identify as vegan or vegetarian.
Alaska also has a thriving outdoor sports scene and is home to a wide variety of outdoor activities, including skiing, snowmobiling, and mountain biking.
Colorado, home to the Rocky Mountains, has a diverse culture, including a thriving art scene.
Colorado’s parks and recreation program offers a great deal of recreational opportunities for residents.
New Hampshire is a thriving state for young people, with high percentages of adults ages 18 to 34.
New Hampshire has the fourth-highest percentage of college graduates, and New Hampshire is home for a thriving arts scene, including music, theater, film, and dance.
Minnesota is a relatively small state in size, with fewer than 3 million people.
The Twin Cities is a good place to grow up, especially if you are a musician or filmmaker.4,5,6.
Minnesota is a fairly inexpensive state to rent, with housing costs often less than $200 a month.
It also has plenty of recreational options and a strong outdoor culture.5,7.
Colorado has the most livable cities in the country, with great public transit, good public schools, and an abundance of recreation opportunities.
This is a very good ranking for a state I love, and I think the list will keep growing as I age.