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moving Anonymous 10/31/2021 (Sun) 06:47:32 No. 5677
/late/friends, I need some advice. I live in an abusive household and finally have the means to move out but I have no idea where to go. I don't want to live in this city or state both because it's expensive and also because I have a lot of bad memories here. I just want to get out and get far away. The money I make isn't great but it's a livable wage (I can make 2k-4k/mo depending how much I work and I also have a good bit saved up). The problem is I have no idea where to go... do you guys have any advice for what to think about when deciding on a new place to live? What are some things I should look for or be considering in new cities? I feel really lost and kind of intimidated. I just know I need to get out and I finally have a chance to do it.
>>5677 Well, first things first - don't rush. You'll just end up homeless if you do. Plan ahead, survey the area for places you can live in. Ask around and compare prices. And above all, don't let anyone know you're moving.
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>>5677 i guess it depends on how you would like to live going forward. this is a pretty big lifestyle change you're talking about here. depending on how much you currently have + how much you could feasibly make elsewhere, as well as what kind of place you wanna get. would you be renting an apartment? that could hold you temporarily until you can afford something else. would you be able to get work easily? plenty of places are hiring right now, but they may not pay as well as your current job. basically, you need to have a firm understanding of what you have and what you're looking for, and it'll help narrow down your options.


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