It depends on you. Sometimes the grass on the other side seems greener but when you get there then it is not. I lived in both places. You may earn more in a city but then everything is more expensive. Earning more also means working harder. Some people describe city life as a rat race because of this. Although there are more people in a city, you get to know fewer because people do not mix easily as compared to country life where everyone knows everyone else. I think that the solution lies not in where you live but deep within you. We are all searching for peace and contentment. Answer 2
DO IT go and live in the city, take that step. Things like that are so easy to say but so much harder to do, you can always go back if things don't work out for you but until you do it, how the hell you going to know? Good Luck Answer 3
you should definitely do it! It's a great opportunity to broaden your horizons. maybe you can even find some way to promote your business there or find out about something else that you are passionate about. If not, it's always good to get some travel in your life when you're young. Don't be scared. If all else fails, you could be a waiter for some time until you find a really good job. Don't stick around too long if you can't find a job but a few months is fine. also, see what a bigger city is like. you might fall in love. you might find the perfect job or goal. you'll probably meet a lot of people you would never see in your hometown. go have some fun!