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Made in the US vacuum sealer?
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When you don’t feel safe in your home anymore, then your home is in the wrong place.  I am in the process of selling off 4 businesses and leaving NY state, which has been home for me my entire life, with the exception of when I was in the Air Force.  I started the process a little over a month ago and will be mostly done and out of here within a month or slightly longer.  The political climate and ideology here is drastically different than mine, and I don’t see that changing anytime soon.  I don’t feel it is safe for me to be here, nor for my family, so that was my trigger. In my case, I am moving to Tennessee, where I expect my ideals to be more in the majority.  I am moving from a village location in NY to a rural location in TN, with space for a garden and maybe some chickens, on a secondary road, near “the world”, but still out of the way a little bit, and a driveway long enough that nobody will accidentally drive up.  In short, it is a nice “just leave me the hell alone” spot. I’m glad I made the move.  It is a LOT of work to unwind 4 businesses, sell off properties, and pack up a household and move it 11 hours away.  However, doing so now gives me a lot more control and allows me to take more than just a backpack if things continue to go the wrong way here. You aren’t overwrought.  We all have different levels of comfort.  Life is short enough, make every day the best you can.  If you don’t feel safe in your current location, change locations.

Made in the US vacuum sealer?
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When you don’t feel safe in your home anymore, then your home is in the wrong place.  I am in the process of selling off 4 businesses and leaving NY state, which has been home for me my entire life, with the exception of when I was in the Air Force.  I started the process a little over a month ago and will be mostly done and out of here within a month or slightly longer.  The political climate and ideology here is drastically different than mine, and I don’t see that changing anytime soon.  I don’t feel it is safe for me to be here, nor for my family, so that was my trigger. In my case, I am moving to Tennessee, where I expect my ideals to be more in the majority.  I am moving from a village location in NY to a rural location in TN, with space for a garden and maybe some chickens, on a secondary road, near “the world”, but still out of the way a little bit, and a driveway long enough that nobody will accidentally drive up.  In short, it is a nice “just leave me the hell alone” spot. I’m glad I made the move.  It is a LOT of work to unwind 4 businesses, sell off properties, and pack up a household and move it 11 hours away.  However, doing so now gives me a lot more control and allows me to take more than just a backpack if things continue to go the wrong way here. You aren’t overwrought.  We all have different levels of comfort.  Life is short enough, make every day the best you can.  If you don’t feel safe in your current location, change locations.