I am Looking for a New Life. Where Should I Move to Start Over? (2023)

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Life can be messy and the allure of newness often makes moving a path for those seeking a fresh start. A complete change of scenery, new friends, house, job, community and weekend hangout spots, can bring a sense of excitement for those who’ve come to associate their current city with a feeling of malaise. Then there are others who’ve fallen on hard times and want to break the cycle with a change of environment. Regardless of the reason, for those who decide a new beginning is right for them, they will face the question: Where should I move to start over?

In this post, we’ll look at recent trends, the reasons people move for a fresh start, how they can determine if it’s the right decision, where to move, and how to consult with experts on what should be considered first.

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Relocation trends

The rise of greater work from home flexibility, the trend of people swapping their urban environments for suburban or rural locations and low mortgage interest rates have made this decade the era of relocations spurred by the coronavirus pandemic.

Florida real estate agent Jose Calvo, who completes 27% more home sales than the average area agent, says he’s never experienced the kind of influx of people coming to Palm Beach County from all over the country as has taken place during the pandemic. Many are seeking to take advantage of the shift in the real estate market to sell high-priced homes and downsize in a state with lower taxes, he says.

Others, like small business entrepreneur Jordan Hobfollhere and his family, got fed up with the way the pandemic was being handled in Iowa and decided in August to move from Des Moines to Burlington, Vermont. “My general philosophy is change is good and new places allow us all to grow,” he says.

This desire for change seems to be driving unprecedented moving trends. In a survey conducted during the pandemic by Neighbor.com, 56% of Americans reported that they planned to move in 2021. This represents a substantial increase from just 35% that moved in 2020.

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Yet, moving can be a stressful experience, especially with children and, starting over somewhere new can have a long-term impact on one’s life trajectory as well as mental health implications. Thus, a hefty amount of personal reflection and research to ensure the best outcome is a prime ingredient for a successful relocation.

Why do people move to start over?

There’s the realm of needs and the realm of wants, and moving to a new place doesn’t necessarily fall neatly in either category. The idea of moving for a fresh start may arise from nuanced situations, or from emotionally charged life changes. These might include:

  • Failed relationships
  • Death of a loved one
  • Untimely or unjust job loss
  • Personal safety concerns
  • Criminal conviction (against you or a family member)

Scenarios like these can prompt a flight response in someone wanting to flee a negative situation and turn over a new leaf in a new community. However, according to licensed clinical psychologist Angel Faith Psy.D, unless it’s an unsafe or unhealthy situation, it’s better to conduct an assessment to ensure that the move is about finding positive change in a new place and not just about trying to escape from something.

Is a fresh start really necessary?

Determining whether starting over in a new place is the right decision takes a great deal of inner work, especially if there are complex factors at play. For example, moving to create distance from a troublesome ex-partner might mean you’ll never accidentally run into that person while running errands again, but if you have children together you’ll have to consider how the decision will impact them. It’s also possible that by next year you’ll no longer be bothered by chance encounters.

In addition to getting therapy, Faith advises individuals weighing difficult relocation options to write their thoughts and feelings in a journal, create a list of pros and cons, and get feedback from trusted loved ones for a clearer assessment of the situation.

“It’s important to be careful about expectations, and make sure that the reason for the move is not to run away from something but instead to create something new and desirable,” Faith says. “The goal is to be intentional rather than having too high expectations that moving will be a quick fix.”

Moving can present new life opportunities

Once motivations and expectations are clear, moving to a new place can open up opportunities for people in multiple areas of life. For example, if you love nature but have always lived in an urban environment, moving to a less populated area could give you more access to the great outdoors and result in increased happiness and stress relief.

If live music is your passion but shows in your area are a rarity, setting up in a new city with a lively music scene could add the desired melody that’s been missing, leading to a well-rounded life. On a more somber note, if the death of a loved one has filled your current location with the constant specter of loss, a fresh environment could help lighten the grieving process.

Whatever the circumstances, and for better or worse, people are moving more than in the past. However, it’s not a light decision but one that needs thorough analysis. Otherwise, a chronic internal issue just may end up following you to the next destination.

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What to consider when deciding on the best place to start over

Wes and Gerrie Akau used to think that they would spend the rest of their days in the San Jose house they purchased in 1998 for $287K. Originally from Hawaii, they’ve called Northern California home since 1974 and have deep roots in the community. But Wes Akau’s perspective began to change once he and his wife retired and had to live on a fixed income. Last year the couple paid over $7K in property taxes with the tax rate escalating even more in 2021.

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After lengthy deliberations, the couple explored the possibility of living in places like Colorado, Utah and Arizona and ultimately decided to put down retirement roots in Las Vegas, Nevada, known for its abundance of Hawaiian cuisine and reputation as the “9th island.” They reached out to Scott Fuller, founder of Leaving the Bay Area, who helped them get the ball rolling on selling their San Jose home and finding their next one.

“It was a hard decision but one that was probably necessary,” Wes Akau said. “We’re both retired and I decided that we weren’t going to be able to continue to afford our house in the Bay Area because we’re on a set income, and property taxes were gaining pretty quickly. It’s very expensive in San Jose.”

Their Las Vegas choice was heavily influenced by finances. Having sold their San Jose home earlier this year for $1.13M, they wanted their housing dollars to stretch, giving them a comfortable life well into their golden years. They finally put a $669K offer down on a house in the greater Las Vegas area with more square footage and nicer surroundings compared to their San Jose home.

Yet, there were other factors to consider. Although the move will mean that they won’t see some grandchildren as often, other members of the family are also thinking about relocating to Vegas. Since the Akaus had community ties through their San Jose church, they expect to easily create faith-based relationships in their new city where they’ll keep busy with charity work. However, the Akaus are a bit apprehensive about the long intensely hot Las Vegas summers, especially since they’ve enjoyed the mild Northern California climate for decades.

Moving inevitably involves trade-offs, and there’s no such thing as the perfect place. Every city or town has its advantages and disadvantages, which are ultimately subjective. For the Akaus, despite being settled in a place they loved, changes in finances meant they couldn’t stay and needed to find a new place that would feel as much like home. Now they have a life ahead of them that’s much more affordable in a place that’s somewhat reminiscent of their Hawaiian origins, but will undoubtedly entail an adjustment period.

When deciding on the right place to settle down, like the Akaus, Faith advises people to think about their lifestyle and what places could accommodate it based on factors like:

  • Weather that fits your lifestyle and health condition
  • Availability of desired social activities
  • Proximity to nature or parks
  • Affordability based of your projected income
  • Job and volunteer opportunities
  • Distance from family support, friends and loved ones
  • Distance from those that might be corrosive or harmful in their life
  • Presence of preferred faith community
  • Access to the things that make you feel happy or secure
  • Presence of like-minded people

She encourages people to be proactive about finding community.

“I think it’s important to go visit the city for a couple of days,” Faith says. “Explore, go to some restaurants, talk to people, find your favorite coffee shop. Take notes or journal about the experience.”

It’s also vital to be proactive about finding a potential community. Harnessing the internet with social media and online meetup groups can offer a sense of the type of people you’ll meet in the city and help establish a network early in the process.

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Give these cities a test run for a fresh start

Looking for a city with top mental health care? Consider:

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  • Denver, Colorado – named the best city for mental health care in a recent study, Denver has an abundance of quality providers, strong community well-being metrics and affordable therapists

Looking for a city that’s affordable? Consider:

  • Huntsville, Alabama – if things have gone south financially, head to Huntsville for housing costs well below the national average. It’s also a fast growing metro with a robust job market

Want access to nature? Consider:

  • Las Vegas, Nevada – has 21.9 acres of publicly accessible open space per capita within an hour drive including the scenic Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area

Seeking serenity? Consider:

  • Green Banks, West Virginia – if you want to truly unplug Green Banks is a no cell phone zone with a quiet, rural atmosphere

Need safety? Consider:

  • Hopkinton, Massachusetts – ranked the safest city in the U.S. in 2021, Hopkinton has a violent crime rate of 0.00 per 1,000 people

Looking for a city with great beaches? Consider:

  • Haleiwa, Oahu, Hawaii – known as a surfers paradise, Oahu is nonetheless quiet offering an idyllic island charm

Want a city with a great overall quality of life? Consider:

  • Ann Arbor, Michigan – a city that offers good schools, a diverse job market, many parks, low crime rates, an eclectic culture and relatively affordable homes
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Deciding not to relocate

After itching for a location change to remedy some adverse challenge in life, deciding to stay put can demonstrate a high degree of self-awareness and fortitude. However, just because you’ve decided that moving across the country won’t necessarily solve your problems doesn’t mean you can’t get a fresh start. Simply moving to a new neighborhood in your current city could grant a needed change of scenery, make it less likely you’ll run into the ex or create some distance from undesirable influences.

After a lengthy process of vetting cities, there might be good reason to put off or cancel a move. The scenery and access to the great outdoors of Alaska may seem perfect during a summer visit, but if you have a history of Seasonal Affective Disorder, the long winters may be wise to forgo. If your desire to get out of dodge is rooted in a past trauma, you may end up finding a support group in your current town that provides lasting connections and a sense of community in shared experiences.

If you decide to keep your feet planted, Faith advises other ways to start fresh like picking up a hobby, finding a new job, expanding your social network, going back to school or just taking a class as some of the many ways to reset your trajectory.

Taking the next step to starting over

With all of life’s twists and turns, there comes a time when just about everyone seeks renewal. Moving to a new place is one of the most powerful ways to bring about change in life but it’s not the solution to all problems. And in today’s highly mobile atmosphere, it’s easy to conclude that there are greener pastures elsewhere. There are many sound reasons to live in a new place, however, the essential question is whether the motivating factor is truly something that can be addressed by starting over somewhere new.

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St Louis, Missouri is the top-rated city in the U.S. for people looking to start over. New York City is the most difficult city to move to for a fresh start. Hartford, Connecticut has the best social scene score.

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How do I start over in life?
  1. Start with reflection.
  2. Examine your value system.
  3. Revisit (and rewrite) your goals.
  4. Work up the courage to change.
  5. Make your next move.
  6. Get a coach.
  7. Keep checking in on yourself.
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  3. Build some courage. ...
  4. Find the roadblocks. ...
  5. Stop being afraid of setbacks. ...
  6. Start challenging your comfort zones. ...
  7. Build a support group. ...
  8. Get your emotions in check.
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How do you move somewhere new and start a new life? ›

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  1. Pick a Neighborhood.
  2. Search for Apartments Online.
  3. Tour Some Apartments.
  4. Apply to Apartments.
  5. Figure Out How You'll Move Your Belongings.
  6. Get Your Apartment Set Up.
  7. Establish Yourself in the New City.
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Where to move to live a simple life? ›

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  • Sandpoint, ID.
  • Gulfport, FL.
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How do I start somewhere with no money? ›

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  3. Save for emergencies. ...
  4. Consider all affordable housing alternatives. ...
  5. Sell what you can… ...
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How do I leave my old life behind? ›

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  2. Express yourself. ...
  3. Stop pointing fingers. ...
  4. Focus on the present. ...
  5. Disconnect for a while. ...
  6. Think about the people around you. ...
  7. Forgive those who wronged you -- including yourself.
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How do I start a new life for myself? ›

7 Steps to Create the Life You Want to Live, Starting Today
  1. Step 1: Find your purpose. ...
  2. Step 2: Set long term goals to live a successful life. ...
  3. Step 3: Learn the habits of successful people. ...
  4. Step 4: Stay focused on what you want in life. ...
  5. Step 5: Stay motivated on the way. ...
  6. Step 6: Refocus when change happens.
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Am I too old to start over? ›

It's never too late to start over because change is a natural part of life. Whether you feel stuck in a career path, relationship, or unhealthy habit, you can reboot your life and get out of the rut with the right resources and strategies.

Can I just run away and start over? ›

You can run away and start over. However, it may not be a healthy response to your challenges. Instead, reaching out to a therapist to discuss why you're considering starting over could be beneficial.

Is $2000 enough to move out? ›

Start small, with $1,000 to $2,000 in your emergency fund. You should eventually save an amount equivalent to three to six months of living expenses before moving out, so you can handle unanticipated expenses, such as medical bills, insurance deductibles, and vacations.

Why do I feel the urge to move away? ›

Fantasizing about running away, or getting close to actually doing so, is perhaps more common than you may think. At its core, running away is a means to escape our current world—a world that isn't serving us the way we desire. Maybe you feel stuck or bored and are craving a renewed sense of vigor.

How do I choose a new place to live? ›

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  2. Cost Of Living. ...
  3. Local Real Estate Market. ...
  4. Job Opportunities. ...
  5. Big City Vs. ...
  6. Established Area. ...
  7. Culture And Entertainment. ...
  8. Outdoor Offerings.

What is the cheapest state to move to alone? ›

Albuquerque, New Mexico, ranks as the most affordable city in the country for single renters. Studio apartments in Albuquerque go for a median price of $700, and the average single person would only need to spend 15.33% of their income to afford one.

What city has the highest quality of life? ›

Albany, New York. New York's capital scores highest in the quality of life categories for air quality, based on the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's Air Quality Index.

What place has the highest quality of life? ›

According to the Human Development Index, some countries provide a better quality of life than others. The Human Development Index (HDI) is calculated based on three main factors: life expectancy, education, and per capita income. In 2021, Switzerland was ranked first in the HDI, followed closely by Norway and Iceland.

Is $10 000 enough to move out? ›

Share: You should generally save between $6,000 and $12,000 before moving out. You'll need this money to find a place to live inside, purchase furniture, cover moving expenses, and pay other bills. You'll also want to have enough money saved up for an emergency fund before moving out.

How do I pick up and leave with no money? ›

How to Move with No Money
  1. 1 Relocate to a town with a low cost of living.
  2. 2 Apply for a driveaway company.
  3. 3 Move to a place with a relocation initiative.
  4. 4 Borrow a friend's car.
  5. 5 Move with a friend.
  6. 6 Lease a sublet.
  7. 7 Couch surf at someone else's place.
  8. 8 Stay at a hostel temporarily.

How do you forgive and leave the past behind? ›

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  1. Create a positive mantra to counter the painful thoughts. ...
  2. Create physical distance. ...
  3. Do your own work. ...
  4. Practice mindfulness. ...
  5. Be gentle with yourself. ...
  6. Allow the negative emotions to flow. ...
  7. Accept that the other person may not apologize. ...
  8. Engage in self-care.

How to turn life over? ›

10 Ways to Turn Your Life Around for the Better
  1. Put an emphasis on health. ...
  2. Spend more time with people who are good for you. ...
  3. Evaluate how you are spending your time. ...
  4. Personally reflect more frequently. ...
  5. Challenge yourself each day. ...
  6. Set goals that you can work toward. ...
  7. Do more of what you love. ...
  8. Be willing to change.
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At what age do you really start feeling old? ›

According to the research, the average American starts feeling old at the age of 47. Similarly, the average respondent starts to really worry about age-related bodily changes around 50 years old.

At what age difference is too much? ›

A relationship age gap bigger than 10 years often comes with its own set of issues. “While there are always exceptions to rules, a good rule to remember is that dating someone more than 10 years older will present challenges now or later that add to the preexisting challenges any relationship has,” he says.

At what age do you really start slowing down? ›

It is widely accepted as one of life's bleak but unavoidable facts: as we get older, our brains get slower. But now a study, based on data from more than 1 million people, suggests that mental processing speed remains almost constant until the age of 60.

What are the signs of running away? ›

Possible warning signs that your child is thinking of running away:
  • Accumulating money and personal possessions in his room;
  • Talking about running away (some youngsters try to anticipate their parents' reaction on this subject);
  • Problems at school (academic or disciplinary problems);
  • Family problems;

How much money do you need to run away and start over? ›

Ideally, you'll have at least $5,000 with you. That may sound like a lot, but $5,000 can seem to disappear in no time at all. The last thing you want is to realize the morning after your escape that you can't afford breakfast. If you get in a tight spot (which you likely will), you'll be glad you have the money.

Do I have to go home if I run away? ›

Police Can Detain Runaways

Regardless of whether a particular state recognizes running away as a status offense, police can always take runaways into custody. The options available to police include: returning them home. convincing their parents or guardians to temporarily let them stay with friends or family.

How much income is enough to live comfortably? ›

Overall, Americans need an average post-tax income of $68,499 to live comfortably in the U.S., according to recent data from SmartAsset.

How am I supposed to afford to live? ›

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How to afford to live alone? ›

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  3. Consider the cost of living in your area: ...
  4. Create a spending plan: ...
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  6. Make extra money: ...
  7. Move closer to work: ...
  8. Make your home more energy-efficient:
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Is moving out good for mental health? ›

You can step back from your day-to-day life, and begin to understand more about yourself – positive or negative habits, toxic relationships, fears, desires, and more. Simply taking the time to understand more about yourself can be extremely valuable, and help you build a happier life and a healthier mental state.

Will moving fix my problems? ›

Likely yes, if it comes with general improvements in your living environment, social network, and work-life balance. But it's far from a cure-all, and you're unlikely to notice a change in how you feel if your move doesn't offer more than just a superficial change in scenery.

Will moving help my mental health? ›

Both physical exercise and meditative movement are activities that you can do by yourself. On their own, they can improve the way you feel. But a recent study found that when you try to move in synchrony with someone else, it also improves your self-esteem.

How do I decide what I want? ›

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  3. Be yourself. Avoid comparing yourself to others. ...
  4. Be open to change.
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What are three factors to consider when looking for a place to live? ›

Here are some things to keep in mind when choosing where to move:
  • Cost of living. The cost of living may be the most significant factor to consider when moving someplace new. ...
  • Size of the City. Do you prefer a small town or big city, or maybe something in between? ...
  • Housing. ...
  • Traffic. ...
  • Schools. ...
  • Health. ...
  • Safety. ...
  • Job Prospects.
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What is the 30% rule? ›

A popular standard for budgeting rent is to follow the 30% rule, where you spend a maximum of 30% of your monthly income before taxes (your gross income) on your rent. This has been a rule of thumb since 1981, when the government found that people who spent over 30% of their income on housing were "cost-burdened."

Where do you start if you want to change the world? ›

“If you want to change the world, start with yourself.”

Where do you move to find yourself? ›

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  • Remote Iceland. ...
  • In South Africa as a ranger. ...
  • New Zealand, country of adventures. ...
  • Stress withdrawal in the Alps. ...
  • Nothing but desert in Namibia. ...
  • The pure joy of living in Italy. ...
  • Spiritual India.

What is the best country to start a life in? ›

Ireland. Like Norway, Sweden, Denmark, and Switzerland, Ireland ranks as one of the most democratic countries in the world. Ireland also boasts respectably low rates of violent crime and joins several other high-livability countries on the list of countries with the highest levels of human freedom.

What are the three steps to change the world? ›

These, then, are the three steps: Be the Change, Communicate the Change and Organise the Change.

What to do if you want to change the world? ›

Start Local: Create the Community That You Want to Live In
  1. Vote. ...
  2. Donate Money When You Can. ...
  3. Donate Time/Skills when Money is Tight. ...
  4. Call Your Congressperson. ...
  5. Take Part in a Protest and Be an Advocate for Change. ...
  6. Listen to Young People. ...
  7. Run for Office. ...
  8. Support Local Journalism.
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Can I change the world alone? ›

McRaven Quotes. You can't change the world alone - you will need some help - and to truly get from your starting point to your destination takes friends, colleagues, the good will of strangers and a strong coxswain to guide them.

Where do you move to be successful? ›

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  • Washington, D.C. ...
  • Milwaukee, WI.
  • Dallas, TX. ...
  • Columbus, OH. ...
  • San Jose, CA. ...
  • New York, NY.
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Where is the best place in the world to live? ›

Sydney has been named the best city in the world to live, by a survey conducted by Brand Finance.
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  2. New York City, USA. ...
  3. Paris, France. ...
  4. Los Angeles, USA. ...
  5. Sydney, Australia. ...
  6. Singapore, Singapore. ...
  7. Tokyo, Japan. ...
  8. San Francisco, USA. ...
5 days ago

Which country is best for slow life? ›

New Zealand is known around the world for its high quality of living and slow pace of life.

Which country is best to live without money? ›

10 best and cheapest countries to live in
  1. Vietnam. For those wanting to live and work in an exotic place, but not pay a fortune, Vietnam is any budget travelers dream. ...
  2. Costa Rica. ...
  3. Bulgaria. ...
  4. Mexico. ...
  5. South Africa. ...
  6. China. ...
  7. South Korea. ...
  8. Thailand.
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What's the cheapest country to live in? ›

Cheapest Countries to Live In
  • Vietnam.
  • South Africa.
  • Ecuador.
  • Costa Rica.
  • Malaysia.
  • Mexico.
  • Indonesia.
  • Bulgaria.

What is the simplest lifestyle? ›

Simple living refers to practices that promote simplicity in one's lifestyle. Common practices of simple living include reducing the number of possessions one owns, depending less on technology and services, and spending less money.

How do you live a simple quiet life? ›

Living the Quiet Life
  1. Create a little quiet space in the morning.
  2. Meditate for 2 minutes a day (to start with). ...
  3. When you feel the urge to socialize online, pause. ...
  4. When you feel the automatic urge to say Yes to an invitation, consider saying No instead, unless it's something that will truly enrich your life.

How much money do you need to start in life? ›

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