Updated: Jul 25
Today, I’m freestyling! Ok, so maybe not, but I am allowed to literally talk about whatever I want in these posts and I both dread and love it because I can talk about anything, but I don’t know what to talk about. Does that make sense? I have these moments where I think “Yeah! I can talk about what matters most to me!” and then I’m like “But wait…that can go under that section…what can I talk about!”. It’s a vicious cycle. But not to worry. I do have something I want to talk about today, and that is:
The Countryside And The Cityscape
What do I mean by that? Well, do you prefer to be in the countryside or the city? Personally, I’m torn, and here’s why. I’m a city woman. I was born and bred in the city, and I was always told “get a good job, so you can go on more vacations, have a great big house, and have a life that’s full and exciting!”, but every time I travel to the city, I’m torn. I’d much prefer the quieter and slower pace of the countryside, but I’m still drawn to the hustle and bustle of the city. After all, both the countryside and the city have their unique personalities and, in all honesty, I can’t choose between the two! So, I’m going to need some help! Let’s look at the pros and cons of living in the countryside and the city!
The Quiet Of The Country
Ok, because I keep telling myself that I’m more of a countryside person, I’ll start here. So, I’ve never lived in the countryside before, but I’ve gone on vacation to the countryside, and it’s so much nicer there. No city noises, no angry pedestrians that holler at you for no reason, and no sense of danger on every street. In all, the countryside feels much safer to me because you’re a little farther out of the way than you would be if you were living in the city. In fact, I’ve always wanted to live in a big house, with nothing but acres of fields, or even a lake, or a beach next to me.