Happy November to my fellow bloggers and blog-lovers. I have always been a free spirit and lately I’ve been thinking about what’s next.
So here’s my question for you all.
If you could live anywhere in the world, where would it be?
I’m interested to see where our readers would choose. I, for one, would live wherever the wind takes me. Wherever my next opportunity is, that’s where I’ll go. And I’ll love it–no matter where that place may be. Because I believe happiness comes from within. Life flows from you, not at you. But that’s a topic for another day. 🙂
24 thoughts on “Question of the Day No. 544”
Here on the south east coast of Australia. I like that it’s safe, incredibly beautiful and warmish. Our beaches make other countries’ beaches look pathetic. But I like to wander, especially in Europe.
Well, I do love beaches so that’s one of the reasons Australia is on my bucket list! Although I must say I wouldn’t enjoy the plethora of animals and insects trying to kill you… Lol
I would love to live in Scotland or England. 🙂
I love the mountains, and Scotland had the most beautiful mountains I’ve seen. I would love to live there as well 🙂 And I’m obsessed with tea, so England could suit me quite well. What draws you to these countries?
I heard Fort Wayne, Indiana is the place to be!!
Although I love the midwest, I need mountains in my life 🙂
South Korea and Australia☺️
I’d love to get to both eventually. What draws you to those countries? 🙂
“Home is where one’s heart is” . . . and mine beats best in the Last Frontier 😊
I grew up on a horse farm in the Midwest and there’s nothing that beats galloping across the open countryside…
Seychelles. Water has a peaceful effect on me now imagine living on an island 😊
Water is very humbling and grounding for me. I would love to live right next to a running stream 🙂
A though choice but I’d go for Paris.
Ooh la la! What makes you choose Paris, besides the croissants? 🙂
I should say the romance that hangs in the air but the intellectual environment has its appeal as well. I visited the place in Paris where my favorite French writer (Marguerite Duras) lived. It was almost a pilgrimage.
Anywhere where it is peaceful and has nature one can escape to, but if I could also be picky – anywhere where theres more rain than there is in Serbia.
Close proximity to nature is a huge one for me. Nature helps me reset and I would feel suffocated living in a city with limited access to trees, flowers, plants, mountains, etc. But I’d love to still give a visit to Serbia 🙂
I’d like to go back to my home country, Italy, not because I am unhappy where I live now (Brussels), as you say happiness comes from within, but because I could have more fun there.
I want to travel to the inner core of my world and learn of its wisdom. I am not particular about external paraphernalia any more since it comes with a price tag called influencing materialistic pursuits. Hope my answer is considerable! 🙂
Crete, the place where my happiness peaked 😊
In the Seychelles… Heard it’s a little paradise to behold and it isn’t far away from home.
Also, I wanted to live in a culturally rich environment. I hadn’t yet decided where exactly but I think, for this part, I have found it.
Isn’t God wonderful!
Happy New Month to you too❤️☺️
I think of any one specific place.. but somewhere in the mountains, but close enough to the ocean.. but also somewhere that doesn’t rain all the time and gets decent sun. If a place like that exists, that’s for me.