I love where I live. First of all, it's beautiful. It's got two rivers running through it, many beautiful woods, and it's only an hour from the coast. A good portion of the town you are only a five to ten minute drive away from the rivers, the woods, or both. It's big but not too big- 375,000. It's very LGBTQ+ friendly. Probably the second friendliest city in the state. It is not a place where I would have to be afraid of being obviously in a couple with someone of the same sex. It's got tons of entertainment, the price of living isn't TOO outrageous, and it's very multicultural. It's got good healthcare. I don't like the public transportation. It just isn't extensive enough. I don't have a car and it really limits where I can go. And there is a big problem with homelessness that has not been dealt with well at all.