Wisconsin offers a bit of everything to its residents, from fishing and wildlife to big-city entertainment. As home to a variety of national breweries, major sports franchises and a Big 10 school, the state has it all.
Since the baby boom began in the 1940s, the suburbs have been a place for families to live and work. Their close proximity to urban business centers and small-town feel give them the perfect blend of convenience and comfort.
It's a joke almost as old as the state itself: Wyoming doesn't exist. Think about it. Have you ever actually met anyone from Wyoming? Well, rest assured - Wyoming is a real place, and your moving company will know how to get there.
If your mental image of New Orleans is that of an endless Mardi Gras party where the beads flow as freely as the booze and everyone is dodging crocodiles and voodoo priestesses on their way to a Dixieland jazz concert on Bourbon Street, you've probably seen one too many movies.
For some people, there's nothing better than jumping into a boat and cruising along a lake or river. For others, just floating atop the water, perhaps with a cooler full of beer and a few friends, whiling away the hours fishing for trout is akin to paradise.
As your family grows, that shoebox apartment isn't going to cut it anymore. But before calling the moving company, you may want to take a moment to consider some of the best places in the country to raise a family.
If you live in one of the cities healthy-living group Real Age recently rated as one of the worst for getting a good night's sleep, it may be time to call a moving company, toss your mattress in a van and hightail it to somewhere you can actually get some rest.
Are you a fan of beer? Although the boozy beverage has been around for centuries - some experts even think beer may have been the reason man began cultivating crops between 10,000 and 15,000 years ago - U.S.
If you're hoping to get in on the ground floor of the next hot neighborhood, but aren't sure where to look, you may want to bypass your local real estate magazine. Instead, look for areas with a high concentration of artists.