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TOPIC: Bay or LA

Bay or LA 31 May 2016 12:45 #10004

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Lately I have been conflicted to whether or not move to the Bay area or to stay in Los Angeles. I've visited multiple times, and for some reason I just seem to like the Bay area a lot more than Southern California. I am not exactly sure what it is, but it is very much different than LA. Everyday I see myself thinking, what is really stopping me in to actually moving. Well one, it is school. If I were to move up there, I would then be a semester behind in my school work. Aside from that, the only thing that is making me stay down here is because I will be able to save a lot more money and I will be able to transfer to a University up there next year. For now, I just have to be patient. Overall, I am not exactly sure what is directing me towards the Bay area.... But soon enough, I will spend my life out there.
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Bay or LA 01 Jun 2016 17:39 #10009

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I've felt that before with my trips to the Bay. I think there is a fresh feeling of liberation and freedom in the Bay that is here in LA but to me it's like the icing of the cake in the Bay. I think if you do not have another major negatives leaving Los Angeles you should take that leap. As for me I don't think I would I love LA too much to give it up forever. San Francisco is one of the fastest growing cities in America, with citizens flocking in from far and wide. Those who live there constantly tout its virtues to their friends in an effort to make them jealous and it is no secret that San Francisco is one of America’s most vital cultural hubs. San Francisco is home to one of the nation’s most vibrant melting pots. No matter your age, race, gender, or personal beliefs, you are bound to find awesome people who share your views. San Francisco is one of America’s biggest progressive cities and is a great place to live for those who consider themselves a part of the counterculture. But the cost of living is pretty high.
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