Things I’ve Learned Since Moving to Grand Junction
I like to think I've learned a few things in the past nine months that I've lived in Grand Junction. A few months wiser, here are some things I've learned so far.
Moving 1,934 miles away from everyone you know is definitely a learning experience. I moved to Grand Junction from North Carolina about nine months ago and wouldn't change a single thing. Except for maybe the cost of living, I think everyone would enjoy if that came down a bit.
After I moved to Colorado, everyone assumed that I moved near Denver. There are other places in Colorado other than Denver. I guess I just needed to give them a geography lesson.
There's truly something special about the people of Colorado. Coloradans are super nice and have a more laid back mindset. I'd say Coloradans are pretty cool in my book.
Moving to Colorado from North Carolina opened my eyes to the marijuana industry. It's a legit industry that will only continue to grow and rake in that marijuana money.
Since I moved to Grand Junction, I found out the cost of living in Colorado is most definitely higher than it was in North Carolina. It costs to live in Colorado, but it is so very worth it.
I've learned that love truly knows no distance after I moved here. Anyone that cares and loves you enough to see how you're doing, will. If they don't, they're not a priority.
Ever since I moved into my place, I felt like something was missing. Until I adopted my cat, Jax. Animals bring such good energy in your home and make you feel like you're never alone. Now I can't imagine life without my Jaxy boy.