There is no doubt that Sun Valley is one of the most beautiful places in America. The small population provides close community cohesion. Jose Mier talks about all kinds of entertainment for everyone is available all year round.
One of the comments that struck me the most was that young people living in the Sun Valley if they lack trust, can expect to have a hard time here. The average age of the population, excluding those who do not live regularly, averages 78 years. Any business that is worth something has or is in the process of collapsing as the land the company occupied has been converted into luxury condominiums. It seemed that young people were being pushed more and more south in search of greener pastures.
On the other hand, some say that affordable housing does not exist either. In new hotels/land, it is estimated that approximately 10% of the project area has been devoted to “affordable housing for their workers”. But even that is not affordable and not very well received by those trying to build large projects in the area. Even a magnet here, Sun Valley Resort, plans to build a very large hotel/apartment project but doesn’t want to build affordable housing.
Comfortable and happy life
There is no doubt that the Sun Valley residents need to tighten their belts. However, this should not be the reason why they do not appreciate the beauty around them. A comfortable and happy life is more about quality than price or cost of living. For families, having a good time creates a stronger and more cohesive family. Children will remember how much fun they were with you, not as much as you get out of your pocket. Get ideas from as many sources as possible, including the world around you or your child’s favorite hobbies or games. With a little imagination, your family can have meaningful communication on a budget.
Activities that can help save money
There are many other things you can do to save money, be it small or big things. You can make bread, biscuits, cakes, soup, dog food, etc. You can wash your clothes in cold water and hang them on the clothesline as much as possible. If you have a food processor, wait for the cuts and then buy lots of fresh celery, sweet white onions, and fresh carrots or peppers. Grind them all in a food processor and fill small freezer bags with the mixture. Every time you cook, you can melt an ice pack and use it as a base for many dishes. They are all prepared and cheap because you sold them.