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I always hear stories about living in New Hampshire (NH) but work at Boston. People use the longer commute time in exchange of NH's cheaper living and taxes. However, I am wondering if something similar can be done in Vermont (VT).
I co-own a pharm-consulting business, and majority of our work can be done remotely. However, networking is still essential, so I likely will need to travel to big cities like Boston, New York City, San Francisco frequently (2-3 times per month if not busy, 5-6 if busy).
Do you think this is something feasible time-wise and finance-wise? In particular, I would love to learn from those who have similar experience, and those who are familiar with Vermont's weather/travel situations (e.g. in winter). The reason to choose VT is because my husband found a job he likes there, and that we both love countryside living experiences.