11 Reasons I Need To Move To San Diego, California

La Jolla beach

Ever since I went on vacation to San Diego in October last year, I can't stop thinking about there. I have been places before, but no where that touched my spirit as much as there. It is the only place I have ever been where I literally felt as if I had to live there. So here now are 11 very valid reasons that I need to move there.

 

11: Where I live in New York is currently number 5 on the fifteen most expensive places to live in the US. San Diego isn't even on the list

10: San Diego has sunsets over the Pacific Ocean. Where I am now has sunsets behind a mountain.

9: The beaches are close by in San Diego. Right now, the closest beach is 45 minutes away in Connecticut

8: Dogs are allowed on the beach every day in San Diego. Connecticut only allows dogs on some beaches and only from November 1 to March 31.

7: San Diego is very dog friendly. NY, not so at all

6: San Diego has a Mediterranean temperature all year long. NY weather is in the extremes.

5: There is always something happening outdoors in San Diego all year long. Who the hell wants to go to an outdoor festival in NY when the wind chill is -20 F?

4: San Diego has sea lions on the beach. Connecticut has obnoxious people.

3: I can breathe and I have energy in San Diego.

2: Winter. Did I mention winter?

1: If ever there is a zombie apocalypse, wouldn't it be better to be in a warm place all year round? Plus, I can run into the water. Zombies can't swim, can they?

 

Written by Basil Rene

I maintain two separate blogs. One is LifeAsAnAnomaly.com where I discuss my life with sarcoidosis and the other is AChefTalksFood.blog, where as the name implies, I talk about food.

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