When his health began to fail after he retired, Bill’s doctor recommended that he moved to somewhere healthier to live.
So, after some research about places that were hot and cold, wet and dry, even inland or on the coast, Bill decided to move to a small town in Texas.
Soon after he had settled into his new surroundings, he met a neighbor who was also an older man.
“Say, is this really a healthy place to live?” Bill asked him.
“It most surely is”, the man replied. “When I first arrived here I couldn’t say one word. I had hardly any hair on my head. I didn’t have the strength to walk across a room and I had to be lifted out of bed”.
“Wow that is incredible”, Bill replied in astonishment. “Might I ask how long have you have lived here?”
The neighbor replied, “I was born here”.
I guess most of us would love to live somewhere that was healthier for us and where life was better. Not all of us can afford it of course and some of us don’t even have a clue how to start looking.
For example, do you even know where the healthiest places to live in the USA are? If this sparks your interest, take a look at these articles. You might be surprised where the best places to live are:
- The Healthiest Communities In The USA 2020
- The World’s Healthiest Places To Live
- The Top Ten Healthiest Cities In The World 2021
Right. Having taken a look at these lists, are you ready to pull up your roots and relocate, or having thought about it a bit more, are you quite happy where your are? We would love to hear from you. There is a form where you can leave comments further down the page.
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