Life Hack for Getting Suddenly Awesome: Live in Seattle

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Today, it suddenly hit me: I don’t think I’ve written about Seattle yet. About a year into this blog about my favorite subject, namely, getting happy, and I haven’t said anything about how happy I am to live in the best city in the entire world.

(I mean, okay, I haven’t been to Europe yet, but does anywhere in Europe have as much coffee and rain and as many nerds? I doubt it.)

Well, the silence ends today.

No, I’m not going to go on and on about how much I love “all the conveniences” of being in a big city and “there’s always so much to do.”

I’m just going to say: I love it because I love it, and so, this is where I am.

And where you love is where you should be, too.

Probably.

I do recommend Seattle, though.

Seattle is the new Chicago for coolness, after all.

Of course, if you’re reading this and you’re familiar with this city, I know what you’re thinking: What about all the traffic?

My answer: Well, of course there’s a lot of traffic. There are a lot of people who like being here.

Enough said.

Are you in the city you love? Does being there make you happy? Write and let me know!

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8 comments

  1. I love Spokane. Hard to believe I’ve been here almost 10 years. I am starting to figure out the North Side. 🙂 I love the oldness and beauty of the South Hill and the unique little restaurants scattered all over. I love music in cafes and the lovely people I’ve met. I think I will stay (for a long time;)

  2. I am back in my home town. And, after thinking about it, yes, I love being here. I am only 45 minutes or so from Indianapolis and all the “culture”. More importantly, I am in a small town with little or no traffic, where I know most of the people, am not afraid to be out at night, and 15 minutes from groceries and 20 from the movies. Of course, with computers and the Internet, I can live almost anywhere and be happy. But, the best thing is being here like right now. It is raining and thundering and that’s what I hear, not traffic and yelling and other things, just the rain and the thunder. I think I will stay.
    Scott

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