Have You Finally Decided To Relocate to Atlanta?

Will this year be the year that you make your move to a city in metro Atlanta? Perhaps your job relocated to Georgia because it discovered it is the #1 state for business. So now, to keep your job, you have to move with it. Or maybe you are on your way here because you work in the film industry and plan to work on several films over the next few months or years. It would be nice to see you join the list of some great movies and TV shows filmed here like Avengers, Black Panther, Stranger Things, The Walking Dead, and many other greats. Still, maybe you are here just because you want a change of pace and the weather, the entertainment, and the homes in the ATL are just what you are looking for to make that change. After all this lack of movement due to the pandemic, I’m sure you can’t wait to break out and do something different, and relocating to Atlanta is something you are considering. But, I’m sure you’re wondering where to start. Even though you are ready for new beginnings, you dread the relocation process.

I remember when I arrived here for college seemingly ages ago now. It was like a new world. It can be a bit intimidating and frustrating moving here. However, if you can get past the relocation process and start to settle down in your home or apartment, living in metro Atlanta can be a lovely experience. You have to know where to go and what to do so that you enjoy the best of what this city has to offer. This is why I developed this site. It is a one-stop-shop for introducing you to places in the metro Atlanta area, learning more about what goes on here, and settling down. After all, a house is a house, and you can have that same house anywhere in the U.S. But to make your house into a home, you have to enjoy the neighborhood and the things going on around you. And if you can’t enjoy your community and the many events going on around the city — free events, and paid events — you probably won’t enjoy Atlanta.

Atlanta is what you make it.

Move Me To Atlanta isn’t about sugar coating the Atlanta experience. What you get out of moving here is what you make it. There are some exceptionally wonderful things about living here. And some things are best to avoid at all costs. If you are a miserable, unhappy person, you will be that way wherever you are. A city won’t necessarily change who you are. So, get out and create your own Atlanta experience.

I help you get a preliminary look at what’s going on in A town to get an idea of what you will experience. But ultimately, the only way to know the ATL is to try new things. Even until this day, after being here for over two decades, I’m still finding new and exciting things to do. As I discover them, I share them with you on my Mel Around the ATL blog segment, or you can even see more info on my social media pages. You can also learn a lot by clicking my Resources Tab and clicking on some of the links under them that pertain to you. Another excellent resource for the planning stage is my Moving Checklist which will help you organize your move to the A. Another portion of my website that I suggest you check out is the Blog. I have plenty of good info posted there to help you get settled into the city once you get here. I cover topics about Feng Shui, food prep, places around Atlanta, and of course, relocating to metro Atlanta. I also cover home improvement topics and suggest some of my affiliate partners that have products or services that may help provide the solution you need. Finally, don’t forget to keep checking back regularly for my posts about relocating to Atlanta to help ease your mind about the entire process.

There is so much to do and see here. Therefore, don’t forget to follow my blog and frequent my website to learn more about the city before you get here and keep you in the know once you arrive.

Welcome to the ATL! Enjoy.

Image of a family preparing to move courtesy of 141067918 © Fizkes | Dreamstime.com


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