Feb 19

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Is the weather crazy where you are? One day we have temps in the negatives, two days later it’s 50 degrees! I can’t wait for the nice warm spring days to get here. Enter to win so you can get ready for whatever spring is bringing your way!

For THREE Days ONLY we are offering this Flash Giveaway!
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  1. 97

    I would move to Louisiana. I love it there and really enjoy the food.

  2. 96
    Elizabeth Riccaboni

    I would love to retire to the shores of South Carolina! Love it there!

  3. 95

    florida nice weather.

  4. 94

    I’d retire with that of my family so we can continue that of what we enjoy…. spending time together! We dont have much money but always remember that we have each other!


  5. 93
    Ashley Chassereau Parks

    I’m not sure, but maybe Costa Rica, Asheville, on the coast of Charelston (SC), or somewhere in Florida. All beautiful places!!

  6. 92
    bohemian babushka (@BBabushka)

    Someplace higher up, constant 50 – 60’s degrees with water. Now wouldn’t that be lovely!! Gracias for the giveaway.

  7. 91
    Heather B

    I would stay right here in Maine where I am. Friends and family are all here.

  8. 90
    Linda Kish

    I’ve been retired so long now, it would just be a move. San Diego…I’d love to move back there again. I’m just an hour up the road. I love it down there, closer to the beaches, the zoo and safari park and also Sea World. I had plenty to do when I was there. I still love it here but, I have to drive too far to get there.

  9. 89
    Joy Venters


  10. 88
    Holly Kennedy

    I would retire to Puerto Rico.

  11. 87
    Robin Abrams

    I would retire to Hawaii. The weather is great and it is beautiful and relaxing

  12. 86
    Kate F.

    I would retire somewhere in Los Angeles. The weather is nice most of the year and there would be so much to do.

  13. 85
    Ashley Trail

    I am sure when I retire anywhere in Europe would make me very happy and content !!

  14. 84
    Ali C

    I would retire to Paris so beautiful and so many things to do and see, I’d never get bored!

  15. 83

    Florida. The weather is just too good to pass on.

  16. 82
    Miss kim

    If I could retire anywhere it would be southern California. I love the weather here and they have delicious food and so much diversity.

  17. 81
    Monica O

    The south of France. Been once 15 years ago & loved it so much. Warm weather, sunshine, good public transportation, multicultural, just beautiful.

  18. 80
    Melissa A

    If I could retire anywhere maybe somewhere foreign like Sweden. The country does a lot for their people.

  19. 79
    nancy hasse

    I will retire near the grandchildren so I can support my children as they raise their families.

  20. 78

    I haven’t even thought about it! Maybe part-time somewhere exotic like Italy and part-time near where my family lives to visit my grandchildren.

  21. 77
    Theresa N

    I’d retire to the beaches of South Carolina.

  22. 76
    kristy balser

    if I could retire anywhere it would probably be Hawaii, or Florida

  23. 75
    Alex B

    Kamchatka, great nature!

  24. 74
    Michelle D.

    If I could retire anywhere it would probably be Hawaii. The weather is always nice and I love the beaches there!

  25. 73
    Karen Martin

    I would retire right where I am, the Arizona desert. There is so much to do here and I love it. I might need a few side trips during the blazing hot summer in an RV with my husband traveling through the United States. Ahhh, retirement can’t come soon enough.

  26. 72

    I’d retire to Northern California, because I like autumn weather.

  27. 71
    Rochelle Berger

    If I could retire there, (cannot afford it) I would retire to New York City. This is where I grew up and I still love it.

  28. 70

    I would retire to Utah, in the mountains, with my family.

  29. 69
    Brenda Witherspoon-Bedard

    in mexico because we love the beach

  30. 68
    jeri dickinson

    any where it is hot year round

  31. 67
    Eva Mack

    Retire near grandchildren!

  32. 66
    Tammy Horn

    I would love to live in Montana. I’ve visited friends there, and just love it.

  33. 65

    I would retire to Oklahoma, because that’s where my best friend is, and it’s a lonely thing to be living in England, so far away from her.

  34. 64

    I think I would retire to British Columbia, among the ocean, the mountains, and the luscious green of the landscape.

  35. 63
    Nicole Wetherington

    Mountains of NC

  36. 62
    Emily Clark

    Scotland. Somewhere remote and secluded, but with wonderful food and clean air!

  37. 61
    Angela Warren

    I would retire in Germany. I have visited there several times and I love the atmosphere, food, and the people.

  38. 60
    Erin Ellis

    I would retire to Maui because it is my favorite place in the world. So beautiful and tropical!

  39. 59
    Cindy T.

    I would stay in Southeast, TN where I live now. I would want to stay around my family. I would like to visit other places & countries but I love living in Tennessee. 🙂 Thank you for the chance to win! 🙂

  40. 58

    I’d get myself a castle in Scotland! because how amazing it would be to spend the rest of my life pretending I lived in the medieval times (in beautiful Scotland no less) but with all the luxuries of the modern world? (Also, medieval stories are my favorite so I daydream a lot.)

  41. 57

    I would choose Hawaii because it is such a paradise there!

  42. 56
    Kristi C

    I would retire to Key West. I love the atmosphere there and being near the water.

  43. 55
    Sue Sattler

    I think I would stay in Michigan, even though I would love to go someplace warm, my son is buried in the Veteran’s cemetery here and I don’t want to be far from him.

  44. 54
    Tina Bostick

    I would retire to Boston New England States.. yes there is snow but thats ok..I love the changing of the leaves and seasons and my baby son who is 25 has moved to Boston.MA so I would love to be near family and enjoy all the wonderful things Boston has to offer… Yeah Bean Town!

  45. 53
    Theresa Jenkins

    would love to go Arizona but I’d probably stay in PA near all my kids and grandkids

  46. 52
    Emily R.

    I would retire to Panama City Beach, Florida. We have so many good family memories there & would love to make it permanent one day.

  47. 51
    Jennifer H

    I would retire to Austin because I love the atmosphere and how vegan friendly it is.

  48. 50
    Kira Lopez

    I would retire in Arizona, mostly because I wouldn’t survive anywhere colder, and I’m familiar with Arizona, should I ever lose my mind, at least I know I’m where I belong.

  49. 49
    eva andrew

    I would retire in Florida to be close to my daughter. My second choice would be to retire in England.

  50. 48
    Danielle Wood

    I would retire in Florida near the beach and get away from winter

  51. 47
    Jeanna Massman

    I retired a couple years ago and we moved from Iowa to Arizona to be near our daughter, son-in-law and grandson. We love it here and it’s a joy to be able to spend lots of time with our grandson.

  52. 46

    I would retire to France because it’s such a beautiful place with lots of good food!

  53. 45
    Bonnie LeahSay

    Near the ocean, the clear blue sea. I feel at peace when I’m near large bodies of water and the beautiful hues of blue draw me in everytime.

  54. 44
    Kim Bonfim

    Right where I am in Florida! Love the sunshine and the temperature!

  55. 43
    Claire Rheinheimer

    I think I’d go to Arizona. I was there as a kid and loved the weather, and it as just so pretty!

  56. 42
    Erica Barnes

    San Francisco. My dad and I took a trip there about 20 years ago and I was instantly in love with the city and atmosphere, my goal is to live there one day.

  57. 41
    Anita Duvall

    I would retire to Florida. The beach would be an awesome place to spend our ‘golden years’!

  58. 40
    Julie L

    Japan cause I’m a weeaboo.

  59. 39
    Wendy Caddy

    I would want to be wherever my children and grandchildren live.

  60. 38
    David H.

    It would have to be England, because its such a beautiful country.

  61. 37
    Jennifer W

    I would retire to Hershey, PA. Mostly because it’s a city centered around chocolate.

  62. 36
    Amber Ludwig

    Hawaii!! I love the laid back atmosphere and the gorgeous hiking!!

  63. 35
    Tom H

    Near my grandchildren in Kansas.

  64. 34

    Probably Hawaii or somewhere peaceful with lots of beaches. : )

  65. 33

    ca where my friend lives

  66. 32
    Deborah Cochran

    I would retire in Virginia to be near my kids and grandkids.

  67. 31

    I would retire to Florida.

  68. 30
    Maria Sarmento

    Having moved to the United States just in the past July I’m getting to know somethings about this beautiful country and I guess that I would be really happy spending my retirement here in the US with my grown up kids!

  69. 29
    Becky Richardson

    I would retire to Arizona because the air is cleaner.

  70. 28
    sherry blamer

    i would retire in Scotland or Ireland because it just looks beautiful in bith of those countries.

  71. 27
    Amanda P

    I would stay right here in Oregon! I love the weather, the nature, and the people!

  72. 26
    Linda Herold

    I would retire right here in Northern CA because all my family is here!

  73. 25

    When I retire, I don’t think I would want to stay in one place. I travel some now, but I would love to spend my retirement traveling the world. Or hey, maybe we will have colonized Mars by then and I can live out my days there.

  74. 24
    Sara Zielinski

    I would retire to Weirs Beach, NH, its a beautiful place.

  75. 23
    Neena Christianson Martin

    Aruba. It has the most wonderful weather all year round, and the views are to die for.

  76. 22
    anne perry

    Russia… gmo’s are not allowed there.

  77. 21
    Adriana Gonzalez

    I would retire to Oceanside, California because I’ve visited there and it’s such a nice calm place to live.

  78. 20
    Angelica Dimeo

    I would retire in Hawaii because the weather is nice and its really pretty there

  79. 19
    Anna McBride

    I would retire in Southern California where my family lives:)

  80. 18

    I would retire near months sisters and read til I can,t nomore

  81. 17
    Rae C.

    I would retire to a non-desert island so I could have it all to myself.

  82. 16

    I would retire to a place in the USA with fresh air and temperate temperatures. There would be enough people for socializing but not too many to clog the roads. I wonder where I’d find it?

  83. 15
    Vicki Wurgler

    I’d go to Florida-we have family there

  84. 14
    Karen Giasson

    If I were a billionaire I would retire to a privately owned tropical island. That way I could bring all of my children and grandchildren.

  85. 13
    sheryl Cerniglia

    I always wanted to move to Montana. Beautiful mountains and clean air.

  86. 12
    lissa crane

    If money was not a factorI would love to retire in Maui, Hawaii! I went there on my honeymoon years ago and never forgot how beautiful and peaceful it was. Although it would be far away from family, I bet I would get a lot of visitors!

  87. 11

    Thank you for this opportunity. I am disabled and live in Florida, the money.would be greatly appreciated.

  88. 10
    Lisa V.

    I love to backpack and explore so I would love to live in a cabin somewhere in the mountains of the Appalachians.

  89. 9

    I am living the dream! Moved from NJ to FL eight years ago.

  90. 8

    I would go to Hawaii to visit my brother who lives there.

  91. 7
    Sherry Compton

    My grandkids live in Florida so I would probably go to northern Florida to be closer to them.

  92. 6

    An island with clean waters and sandy beaches, maybe Hawaii because it’s a quick flight to the big island where you’ve got some big city action when you want it.

  93. 5
    DeAnna Keller

    I would retire in Florida or California.

  94. 4
    Saundra McKenzie

    I would retire to Phoenix, AZ. We lived there once and love it. Perfect warm weather, good friends, closer to family, and lots of other reasons. It just feels like Home to us.

  95. 3
    Barbara Lima

    I am retired, right here in Dansville, NY. I am very happy to be here. No traffic, clean air, clean water, mostly nice people.

  96. 2
    Janice Dean

    I would retire to Florida, to be closer to my brother and sister in law.

  97. 1

    I’d retire in the Balearic or the Canary Islands. These are beautiful places with good people, lots of sunshine and delicious food. Thank you!

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