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I'm trying to see where I want to live after college, any ideas?

So, my goal is to go to college and study equine, though I'm still not sure where I'll go. I want to be a horse trainer and a riding instructor, and after college my goal is to eventually get a horse farm where I can board horses, train them, and teach riding. I just have no idea where I want to live. Right now I live in Michigan, which I’m definitely not opposed to in the future, but the weather isn’t too good (very extreme a lot of the time, gets super cold in the winter and super hot in the summer). I have a couple things to put in consideration, so it’d be great if anyone knows of any places that fit my needs. Some things I would like the place to have: - Good Weather Year Round - I like it to be around 50s - 70s. Snow is bearable but I’d rather it not be super cold half the year. If it gets hotter/colder, it’s fine, but I want to have pretty nice weather for the majority of the year since I'll be outside a lot. - Safe from Natural Disasters - I know all states have some natural disasters, but if there are super common disasters, I’d prefer to stay away. I want to live there long-term and I’m going to have horses, which would be a hassle to get moved in the case of a deadly disaster. The ones coming to mind are hurricanes, wildfires, tornadoes, and huge ones. If it’s just severe thunderstorms, it’s fine. - Cheaper - I plan on working with horses, which is super expensive, so I don’t think it’d be easy to live somewhere super expensive. I just want somewhere fairly cheap so I don’t have to worry and live pay check to pay check. - Job Availability/Demand - I want to live somewhere where horse trainers and riding instructors are needed, that way I’ll be able to start making a living faster and it’ll be easier. - More of a Rural Area - I want to live in the country since I’ll be working with horses. I don’t want to live in New York City where there isn’t any good property that will let me do that. If the places don’t have all of these, that’s fine, I just want some ideas. It can also be states or cities, I just want it to be in the contiguous US, so any states besides Hawaii and Alaska. Also, sorry this is kind of long, I’ve just been thinking about it a lot and wanted to know if anyone knew of any good places.

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How do mortgages work?

My high school never taught me anything about mortgages, loans, debt, credit or any of that stuff that I will need in life. I am planning to move out of my parents home, but I have no idea how mortgages work and I want to get a house. #house-plans #mortgage #financial-planning

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I want to have a business in real estate, yet I also want to be an Anesthesiologist. How can I pursue both at the same time, especially with a demanding major like neuroscience and then medical school?

I really love houses, house plans. designing, home décor, and everything that deals with homes. But i'm also interested and attracted to the medical field. I would love to do both, but feel like I may have to choose one. I love real estate more, but it would require a lot of work and it's not as promising as medicine, at least at first. Yet, I love the environment of the hospital and working with a medical team...so I'm torn. I would love to do both, but I need help as to how, if it's even possible! #medicine #neuroscience #interior-design #real-estate #anesthesiology #home-decor #house-plans

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