Your best American cities

Hello there!  I’m Donna J. Jodhan and today I am here to give you all a very big boost!  Seems as if my virtual travel agency is really taking off and I am always only too happy to bring a smile to someone’s face. 
It’s time for us to board our jet plane and get comfortable.
Time to buckle up, sit back, and enjoy our trip for this week.
Have fun folks and here’s hoping to meet you in one of these cities!

Week of April 24 2010
Your best American cities
1. Wichita Kansas
If you are seeking a sunny city with lots of job possibilities and opportunities then look no further than Wichita Kansas.
A city with more sunny days than good old Miami.
A city with great health care facilities, excellent educational institutions, and a city with a cost of living that is significantly below the national average.
Wichita is one of the most livable cities in which to live and one of the healthiest as well.
2. Bakersfield California
If you are seeking a sunny city with breath taking views of mountains, forests, and canyons, then you have it all in beautiful Bakersfield California.
A city that offers a cost of living that is below the national average. 
A city with wonderful night life, great restaurants, and posh clubs and restaurants.
A city that has no skyscrapers to block your view of nothing but rolling greenery.
You can live in the suburbs, or in the foothills.
3. Eugene Oregon
In a world where healthy eating and healthy living are two of the most important things these days, Eugene Oregon is the answer.
A city that offers miles and miles of trails to bike and hike and rivers to kayak and raft.
A city that offers its kids some of the healthiest meal plans; extending it in to the summer to ensure healthy eating all year round.
If you want to live longer, then consider the city of Eugene Oregon.
4. Akron Ohio
If you are seeking a city with history and a gusto for industry, then Akron is it.
A city that has long been a home to several tire manufacturers, has grown into one that has healthy high-tech and finance industries. 
Akron also offers oodles of opportunities in manufacturing and medicine.
If you are seeking a city with opportunity and potential, then why not Akron?
I’m Donna J. Jodhan bidding you a happy travel time.
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Donna Jodhan is an award winning blind author, advocate, sight loss coach, blogger, podcast commentator, and accessibility specialist.
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