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3 Towns That Are Homes to Famous Writers

December 11, 2017

Oxford, Mississippi With its regal old buildings, gingerbread houses and small-town charm nestled among red clay hills, Oxford is the perfect, pretty little place for an author to tuck into, put her feet up and get down to writing the best novel there ever was. At least that’s what some well known authors like William Faulkner, John Grisham, Ace Atkins and Barry Hannah have done. In fact, one of the top attractions in the town is William Faulkner’s Rowan Oak…

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4 Signs You Need To Move to a Small Town

More and more people are considering pulling out of fluorescent cities and moving into towns where chimneys are still lit and people still sit around drinking coffee and reading the paper. There’s a whole bunch of reasons people want to unplug from city life,…

December 6, 2017

Big City Life Versus Small Town Life: 7 Pros and Cons

There was a time when neighbors knew each other, relatives lived a few blocks away from one another, and social networking involved face-to-face interactions at the local grocery store. Now with dual income families and jobs that frequently require relocating, slow living is a…

November 26, 2017

The 7 Most Beautiful Seaside Towns In The US

Isle of Palms, South Carolina The bright lights and hubbub of South Carolina’s busy city life will slowly fade away as you get closer to one pretty little city with an even prettier name. The Isle of Palms sits on the Atlantic Ocean and…

November 11, 2017

5 Charming Cities for Writers and Artists to Live

Artists can be inspired by a metal fence or the humming of a bird, but there’s something special about a community of artists catching a vision together. Whether inspired by crashing waves and country­style homes, or drawn to reminisce while staring out the window…

October 16, 2017