Warm weather, as well as opportunities to stay active and maintain a healthy lifestyle, are the reason southern and southwestern cities dominated on Forbes' new list of best places to retire in 2012.
The Takeaway: Active Retirees Drawn To College Towns; America's Healthiest (And Unhealthiest) States
The college campuses and towns of the not-so-distant future are likely to be filled with more seniors than ever before"”and we're not talking about upperclassmen. And the United Health Foundation has just released its 2011 rankings of America's healthiest and unhealthiest states.
Did you know that this past weekend, 49 of the 50 states had snow on the ground?? I bet you can guess the state that's holding out on us: Hawaii. Anywho, if you aren't lucky enough to live or have been vacationing in Hawaii for the past week, chances are you're tired of hearing about winter weather advisories. Daydreaming about the locations in this CNBC slideshow on America's Top Places to Retire was a fun activity for me this morning.
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