Maybe you find yourself living in Bronx, Brooklyn, Stanton Island, New York City, etc. and you are strongly considering to move to New Jersey, right next door New York. In this article, we purport to show you why this might not be a bad idea at all.
One of the first thing you will love doing when settled in New Jersey is to have breakfast at Krispy Kreme, by the way, they have a factory in New Jersey city. Although their doughnuts are loaded with tons of calories and carbs, but if you love doughnuts, then you’ll feel like treating yourself here.
I would like to dispel some myths surrounding the city of New Jersey, for example, “Jersey City costs more to transport than Manhattan”. False! New York’s city costs 40% more than Jersey city.
The second myth I’ve heard is that it takes a lot of time to get to work from Jersey city. False! A lot of people that live here work in New York and they know that is not as Brooklyn or Manhattan where things take longer to transport. This is more slow-paced so that you can relax compared to Brooklyn or New York City.
The cost of living in New Jersey is so much lower than New York, Queens, Brooklyn, Manhattan, etc. If you are looking to save some money, you really need to move there.
If you lived in New York City, you’ll find that grocery stores are not as ubiquitous as it is in New Jersey. What people do in New York is that they go to places like Whole Foods, Trader Joe’s, Bodegas; which are expensive. Contrary to that, one of the benefits in New Jersey city is that you do have grocery stores with coupons. Now, don’t get me wrong, there is Bodega in New Jersey too.
Unlike Manhattan where you have to go to different blocks to find different stores, here in New Jersey city you have a plethora of stores centralized to find virtually everything you need in one area.
There’s a lot that needs to be done to improve even more the economy of the State, but depending on where you are, you’ll experience the value you’re getting for your money. Think about it in terms of the space, transportation, food, education, you can’t beat it!
There are some extra details that you’ll get to know in New Jersey:
I recently found out that people in other states don’t curse as much as people here (not sure about New York) I’ve honestly found that my friends from New Jersey curse so much to the point that they’re very creative when it comes to curses. You’ll end up speaking that way. Don’t get me wrong, there are people with gracious and hospitable qualities, for the most part.