This is not an official article. It is not being used, nor do I plan on using it. I'm trying to jump in the article writing game and want some feedback. This particular article is more so of the BLOGGING type of content. I finally have my own Blackhat account. I was posting and asking questions from my roommate's account. We pretty much been sharing the account. However, I thought it was time for me to join the family on my own. Thank you. The article is below: The reason why you should move out of Michigan. I learned that scenery has so much impact on our state of mind and state of emotions. I am not here to bash Michigan. However, I will give you a few reasons why it will benefit a young individual to relocate. First being the weather: I am a young individual who was born and raised in Southeastern Michigan. Where there are four active seasons all year round, with long lasting snow filled winters with 10 degrees minus the wind chill. I often complain to my friends who moved out of Michigan, and who are now living in warmer regions such as; California, Florida and Arizona. They often brag about their 70 degree weather in December. They also send pictures on the beach with caption reading; ?How?s your winter, Bobby? Lol?. I, chuckle with distress. I?ve been living in Michigan for the whole 23 years of my life and I still have not accepted the poor weather we have. Want to know what actually makes our winters even worse? The simple fact that the season runs from early as November all the way up until near May in many cases. Now, I understand that many people enjoy the luxury of having all four seasons. Studies has even shown that living in a State that has four seasons balances brain fluid. Well, the states that some of my friends live in such as; Southern California, South Florida and Arizona doesn?t have a traditional winter. I?m sure there is slight changes, in terms of climates. However, the scenery usually stays the same all year round in those particular regions not excluding rain. However, I feel the winters could possibly be a little more acceptable and tolerable in Michigan if our cities transportation was persistent and flexible as the East coast regions. Yes, New York have crucial winters, however, you are not subjected to just one form of transportation such as; buses and vehicles. In which, in Michigan we have limited public transportation which is city busses only. Due to bad weather, the busses are at times delayed and is not dependable. In places like NYC, the subway trains, and transit trains are reliable, due to the fact that the snow storms doesn?t affect these forms of transportation abilities. Meaning, that when there?s 12 inches of snow, you don?t have to worry about slipping and sliding and getting stuck in snow piles because your car is a 2 wheel drive. You don?t have to fear the chance of a car accident due to the icy roads. All that's required is that you bundle up, including warm coat, scarf, gloves(mittens) hat and snow boots and off to your nearest train.