Christopher Ingraham - If You Lived Here You'd Be Home by Now: Why We Traded the Commuting Life for a Little House on the Prairie

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When Ingraham, data reporter for The Washington Post, wrote on a study ranking the livability of the nation’s 3,000+ counties, the article went viral—and changed his life. Coming in dead last, as Ingraham announced with a “drumroll,” was Red Lake County, Minnesota. But after Ingraham accepted the community’s invitation to see it for himself, he not only didn’t find it the “worst place to live in America,” he was charmed by its warmth, humor, and hospitality, and he soon moved there. His engaging memoir contrasts the tense, expensive life of the East Coast suburbs with the more affordable, affable pace of a Midwestern small town.

 

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$24.99
ISBN: 9780062861474
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Published: Harper - September 10th, 2019