My Beachside Utopia The Easy life

My utopia would be a tropical island where the weather was always hot and sunny. Except for Christmas! A week before Christmas it would snow and the snow would stay until a week after Christmas and then it would all melt

For shelter, I would live in an energy-efficient bungalow near the beach and would run on solar panels for energy/electricity.

I would grow my own food and have a diet that consisted mainly of fruits, vegetables, and nuts/seeds.

I would have an endless supply of good books, my phone, and access to WiFi. Due to the proximity to the beach I would also swim quite often.

In my utopia, I would basically live in my bathing suit

In my utopia, there wouldn't be any currency. People are nice in my utopia and would only take what they need; no more and no less. There would be an endless renewal of everything for the population in my utopia.

My list of essentials in my utopia consists of:

  • WiFi
  • Air Conditioning
  • Clean, Running Water
  • Indoor Heating System (for cool nights)
  • Hygiene Products
  • Kitchen Appliancves
  • Kitchen Utensils
  • Electrical Appliances
My symbol is a hammock because my utopia is a stress-free life and to me hammocks represent that. My real life is very stressful and crazy so my utopia would be laid back and simple. My symbol supports my motto because to me, a hammock represents "the easy life".

The rationale for my utopia is that you are free from death here and live forever; so you don't have to worry about the reaper.

Credits:

Created with images by Freepht - "see sea ​​side beach" • sonictk - "Complementary Skies" • blondinrikard - "Beach houses in Ramsar" • adactio - "Salad" • ulleo - "books book stack isolated" • TerriC - "vacation beach summer" • bfishadow - "Money" • rawpixel - "signal travel landscape" • Jane Quigley (jquig99) - "Hammock" • Andreas März - "IMG_7009_tonemapped"

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