Married dating in the inland empire
When the Movoto team mentioned the idea of writing something up on California cities for singles, my ears pricked. Joking aside, today’s single is a different animal entirely than that of the past.
See, I myself am a non-married soon-to-be-Californian (just three weeks! We live in an age where social norms are becoming less “normal.” A hundred years ago the idea of being 26 and single probably would have gotten me burned at the stake or something (we don’t do that anymore either, by the way)—but today, being 26 and single is not only normal, it can also be a whole lot of fun, especially if you find yourself in one of these cities.
In short, we used a supercomputer (i.e., a Mac) to do a lot of complicated number crunching. So singles, whether you live in Sacramento, San Francisco, or some city that didn’t make the list, two things are certainly clear. It’s not only acceptable to be single these days; in some places it’s downright trendy.As a matter of fact, the main reason San Francisco was not higher on our list was because of the average cost of living there. In order to find out a city’s walkability, we used the U. Census to look up the percent of each city’s population that commuted to work by driving (i.e.