5 Reasons NOT to Move to Lubbock
Whether you were born and raised in Lubbock, came to Texas Tech and stayed, or joined our community some other way, there's plenty of reasons to discourage other folks from joining us. Here are 5 reasons NOT to move to Lubbock.
If you don't want to feel small, or like a part of an infinitely bigger whole, don't move to Lubbock. The awe of a West Texas sunset can be overwhelming- or it can spoil you with colors you've never seen in nature before.
Puffy, huge clouds on a warm afternoon can hypnotize you with their depth- and the horizon goes on forever- it's sure to give you pause.
And if you're a fan of weather- the thunderstorms are too big, too bold and way too exciting in our enormous West Texas skies.
Lubbock has more park acreage per capita than any other city in Texas. You'll start walking in the evenings, spending your precious free time exploring and getting fresh air when you could be watching old Friends episodes.
Lubbock is packed full of restaurants- and some of the very best are locally owned and operated, from fancy date night eats at La Sirena to the scrumptious Mexican street food like Raspados Colima all the way to the exotic culinary adventure that's El Salvador, it's difficult to keep a diet in mind while around every corner there's something absolutely delicious waiting for you.
I'm not well educated or particularly interested in Sportsball, but it's impossible not to get swept up into the fun of Texas Tech sports, especially football and ESPECIALLY my favorite sport- tailgating.
If you move to Lubbock, you might as well block out the first Friday of every month for the rest of your life. First Friday Art Trail will make you fall in love with local and regional artists of all types and mediums. Lubbock is home to many acclaimed artists - The Wheeler Brothers, James W Johnson and Ghislaine Fremaux just to name a few. Texas Tech is also a well-spring of talent showcased at FFAT so there's always something fresh and new, too.