Working from home has become a way of life for many Americans—a shift that’s empowered house hunters to look beyond the range of an office commute when considering their next move. The freedom to choose a neighborhood based on other factors, like local lifestyle, area amenities, suitable schools, proximity to friends and family, and cost of living has helped fuel resurging interest in small town living.
Situated in the heart of Washington County, the charming city of St. George, Utah, delivers the timeless charm of small-town living with a touch of big-city excitement. Read on to explore a wealth of things to do in a given day for residents of “The STG,” including shopping, dining and more.
As with any city, there are both pros and cons to living in Austin, Texas. The significant growth the Lone Star State’s capital has enjoyed in recent years has led to it becoming a cultural and entertainment hotbed, but this has come with increased traffic and issues related to housing availability. This blog post explores both pros and cons of relocating to and living in ‘The ATX’.
The official motto of Eagle, Idaho is “Life, Done Right.” Given the richness and abundance of culture, leisure and adventure that the city offers, these three words definitely ring true. Situated in the heart of Ada County just 10 miles northwest of Boise, Eagle delivers the timeless charm of small-town living with a touch of big-city excitement. Read on to explore a wealth of things to do in a given day for residents of Eagle.