My mother is moving from NYC, where she's lived for 30 years, to my town in the Boston 'burbs. It's a good location in an over 55 community that will give her independent mobility to Boston via public transit, and she'll see us, and our kidlet, regularly. But what else to do to make a good transition? [more inside]
I'd like some every day hacks for life in Los Angeles. [more inside]
OK, big broadbrush question. I'm 60, retired, with an annual income of $50,000. It's time for me to move. But, where? I'm looking for a place where I can rent for no more than $1000 per month, don't need a car, and that's not bereft of reasons to be there. Climate matters. I.e., sun is good, ice is bad. Is this possible in the U.S.?
How do I move back to New Orleans? Or, in light of the economy here and elsewhere, should I stay in Baton Rouge and suck it up? [more inside]
Places to visit in Oregon, costs of living, etc.. [more inside]
If I (a Chicagoan with an expired US passport) were to be offered a job in London, how much time would it take to properly document and relocate myself (hypothetically assuming zero-to-little assistance from the employer)? [more inside]