Where Would You Like to Live? Findyourspot.com is a fun way to explore the possibilities!
Most of us have had at least one opportunity to move. Maybe to further a career or advance an education. Maybe to care for an aging parent. Or maybe just because a nudge from a small voice within said we are supposed to be someplace else doing something else. No matter where it comes from or why, when confronted with that opportunity, we all have to make the same decision. Where do we rest our heads?
A point on a map may tell us how to get there but beyond that, then what? That little point encompasses a lot of territory. But what does it define? If you live there already, it defines everything. If you do not, it defines nothing usable as a personal experience from which to make a decision.
I have a friend who was looking for her spot not long ago. She sent me this link for FindYourSpot. Being “gypsy-esque,” Ray and I have a happy little system of our own that has worked rather well – chuckle – but we decided to take the survey and see how FindYourSpot’s ideas compared to ours.
I was a little surprised to see that Asheville, NC was not on our list of top 24 recommended spots but I was intrigued with some of the cities that did show up as potential “spots.”
At the very least, you might find 24 places that you can put on your vacation list because they include the atmosphere and activities that you love!
This free service from findyourspot is not all inclusive but is a pretty good start in getting the conversation going. As a Feng Shui Practitioner and Clutter Coach who assists people who are not living in their spot but are trying hard to “make it work” where they are, I cannot emphasize enough how important it is to know yourself before making that move!
So, I’d love to hear, where is your spot? And why?
If you have a four-legged baby, you might enjoy Smitty the Kitty’s version of how critters find their spot! CLICK HERE.
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