It's finally gotten to be too much. City living is driving you mad with the constant noise, pollution, overcrowding and stress, and it's time to escape to the Alaskan wild. Your new neighbors will be a bull moose and a musk ox and you'll be happy living your life in the great outdoors.
Forget London, forget Tokyo and forget Paris; if you're looking to live in a city with more clout, more chutzpah and more pizza than any other city in the world, New York City is the place for you. The Big Apple was recently ranked by Bloomberg as the No. 1 global business center in the world.
If you're a guy who loves to work out, eat healthy, stay fit and be happy, then get packing, because it may be time to move to one of the cities Men's Health magazine recently identified as among the best places for men.
Where do you see yourself in 10 years? It's a rhetorical question commonly asked during job interviews to determine a candidate's level of ambition, but what if it were applied to geography? Literally, where do you see yourself in 10 years?
Fans of the television comedy classic "I Love Lucy" will fondly remember when the whole gang moved to Hollywood, driving all the way across country in a brand new 1955 Pontiac Star Chief. But how much would a move like that cost, back then or today?