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Mindful Relocation, Where do I belong?

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I'm in my early 30's and from New England. I'm not a fan of the winters here and the summer can be very trying on the patience when is comes to dealing with the volume of tourists that invade Cape cod MA in the summer months. Although the spring and fall months are typically beautiful. The catch is that the 20/early 30's crowd doesn't stick around here.
Right now my career is up in the air. I see myself working in the health/nutrition or holistic health industry or in the veterinary industry. I would like to have access to meeting more single men that would like to seriously date and female/male friends with common interests. I like the outdoors, working out, art, music, yoga. I also see myself living in a community that is health conscious, has a good mix of nature and plenty of activities that more metro places would offer. I am not into major hustle and bustle, although it would be nice to live within reasonable proximity of 'Things to do'. I also like living near the coast, but its not a deal breaker for me if i were to be inland.
P.S. I am looking for places inside of the US, Thanks!

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