Sunday, July 27, 2014

5 Cities for a Cheap Vacation:

1) Atlanta

2) Albuquerque

3) Nashville

4) Orlando

5) St. Louis

Here’s what makes them such attractive deals.

Sunday, July 13, 2014

8 Great Places to Retire Overseas:

1) Malta

2) Cayo District, Belize

3) Guethary, France

4) Nuevo Arenal, Costa Rica

5) Tagaytay, Philippines

6) Antigua, Guatemala

7) Tulum, Mexico

8) Sihanoukville, Philippines

Any of these cities look interesting to you? 

Tuesday, June 24, 2014 Wednesday, May 21, 2014

America’s Cheapest Cities to Live In Are:

10) Augusta, GA 

9) Temple, TX

8 ) Wichita Falls, TX

7) Jonesboro, AR

6) Youngstown, OH

5) Idaho Falls, ID

4) Memphis, TN

3) Norman, OK

2) Pueblo, CO

Find out the which city is America’s cheapest on kiplinger.com.

Thursday, July 25, 2013

Announcing our list of 10 Great Places to Live in America. Did your city make the list?

See them all on Kiplinger.com.

Wednesday, August 1, 2012

Look who was just voted No. 1 on Kiplinger’s “Best Cities for Young Adults”

aimlessme:

Is there any wonder why I want to live there so bad?

We’re glad you like our first-choice pick! In case you haven’t seen it, the magazine just came out with its big annual “Best Cities” package. (We do little ones online all year, but this is really a blow-out.) We’ve got best cities for young adults, best cities for professionals … and a bunch more. So you might wanna check it out and see if your favorite place made the list.

Thursday, April 19, 2012

By 2025, there will be eight cities — possibly more — with populations over 20 million. Among them: Shanghai, São Paulo and Mexico City.

Today there are no cities with more than 20 million people, but “in 15 years or so, nearly 40 cities will top the 10-million mark, up from 23 now. By the mid-2020s, cities will be home to more than 70% of the global population (up from 50% now) as more people desperate for work and a better lifestyle flock in, leaving behind poorer rural areas and small towns.
"They will be the most densely packed megacities ever."

See the Letter’s full list and analysis here. Photo by Mike Behnken on Flickr.

By 2025, there will be eight cities — possibly more — with populations over 20 million. Among them: Shanghai, São Paulo and Mexico City.

Today there are no cities with more than 20 million people, but “in 15 years or so, nearly 40 cities will top the 10-million mark, up from 23 now. By the mid-2020s, cities will be home to more than 70% of the global population (up from 50% now) as more people desperate for work and a better lifestyle flock in, leaving behind poorer rural areas and small towns.

"They will be the most densely packed megacities ever."

See the Letter’s full list and analysis here. Photo by Mike Behnken on Flickr.