Americans Love Living in These 3 Southern Cities

If you’ve been considering moving to the American South from any other region of the country, or even from another country entirely, you might be a little stuck on where to move to.

It isn’t exactly a small and self-contained region. The South is a massive expanse with plenty of its own little sub-regions and cultures that go along with them.

Maybe you have chosen the South for its warmth during the winter, or the friendly and polite way of life, or the music, food, and entertainment.

Whatever your reasoning, the South is ready to welcome you. But if your question is still, “Which regions are best?” then we want to help you out.

Here are a few great Southern cities where you might consider moving.

Memphis, TN


Memphis, Tennessee, is a wonderful city all-around for those who like plenty of things to do alongside moderate climates for much of the year.

Memphis is famous as a great music city, being home to Elvis’s Graceland mansion as well as Beale Street, an important area in the history of blues. You can check out a ton of live music there, particularly B.B. King’s Blues Club, which serves up Southern comfort food alongside lively blues tunes.

With warm summers and cold winters that still never get below 20 degrees Fahrenheit, plenty of entertainment, and job markets in transportation and healthcare, you can’t go wrong picking up one of the many Memphis houses for sale.

Asheville, NC

Next up is the beautiful Asheville, North Carolina, a city known for its closeness to nature right alongside all the comforts of small-town America.

Asheville is situated right between the Blue Ridge Mountains and the Great Smoky Mountains, and this placement not only makes for stunning views and photo opportunities, but it also lets residents travel easily for hiking and camping.

It’s a city known for its industries in manufacturing, healthcare, and education while providing plenty to do for people on weekends, including restaurants and bars, museums, and lots of breweries.

Asheville is one place you can’t go wrong with if it’s that Southern charm you’ve been craving.

Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex, TX

Lastly is the large and bustling northeastern part of Texas known as the Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan area.

The region has a population well over 7 million people, and a great many of these residents are professionals who work in lucrative industries there. Think manufacturing, oil and gas, and insurance.

With a generally young population, Dallas-Fort Worth features plenty of activities and things to do, including the Fort Worth Zoo, the JFK Assassination Tour (Dealey Plaza is in Dallas, of course), Perot Museum of Nature and Science, the Dallas Museum of Art, and so much more.

Winters are a bit cool down there, often in the 50s and low 60s for the high, but the metro area makes up for it with hot summers, usually somewhere in the 90s.

These three Southern cities are just lovely and waiting for new residents to come moving in, so if your interest has been piqued, then maybe now is the time to make your move.

Lights up a room!

flowersI’ve read somewhere that flowers give life to a rather gloomy room. I wasn’t too keen on believing it because, in the past, flowers represented death to me. With deaths in the immediate family when I was younger, I think it made me associate beautiful bouquets of flowers to death.

In the past several months, though, I have chosen to pay for gift delivery for love ones I haven’t seen since this pandemic broke out. It is my way of saying that I miss them and they are always included in my prayers. And, flowers, yes, I see them now for how cheerful they are. A bunch in a vase seated on my work desk at home is such a delight. Flower really does light up a room!

A friend of mine in New York City has been using Plant Shed, a New York flower delivery service, in sending gifts to her friends there. Friends she also hasn’t seen in so long since she works from home and rarely goes out. If you are in New York, too, give them a try!

I have influenced my friend in giving flowers as presents. Wedding, birthday, anniversaries, and, yes, even for the bereaved. Believe me, it has a huge impact on the recipients. Lights up not only the room but also their gloomy auras!

I can’t wait to be able to go out again like before, without fear of contracting the virus. But this pandemic also taught me a lot of things. One of those is how to utilize the web in sending positive thoughts to the people I care about.

Loud and proud!


One of the things that I am really proud of is the fact that I have overcame so many challenges and trials in life when I was younger. The things I have overcame were things that very few of people my age have undergone. Yes, I am loud and proud about my sacrifices! I am reminded of everything I went through when I was browsing Legacy History Pride – HBCU apparel. I am checking out college apparel for my goddaughter who is now taking up her business degree in one of the best historically black colleges in the US. I saw the story behind the company and I am reminded of my past.

And, you know what? I have a lot of regrets, yes, but I am also one of those people who have always used the challenges I have faced in the past to boost my strength in the present. I may cry a bit every now and then but I know that I am stronger than whatever trial I am facing at the moment.

It is the same with Legacy History Pride with those university apparel and collegiate apparel that those loud and proud kids can wear. I believe that each one of us has faced a really great adversary in life. And we can proudly share our story on how we overcame it. Yes, just like the apparel company owner did when he started his life in the US.