It's no secret, life is getting out of control in most areas. Technology, schedules, updates and more have us are so consumed that it is hard to take a step back and enjoy the little things.

I am proud to say that there are still plenty of little towns in Montana that embrace the slow paced lifestyle to this day. Not all is lost when it comes to these small towns.

Here are 5:

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Home to about 1,700 people, this town is so charming that David Letterman even bought a ranch near-by. Things are quiet and that's the way they like it.

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This town is considered the birthplace of Montana. Life is beautiful in this little Missouri River town.

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This little town remains a very quiet yet fun place to visit.

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With a population of only about 350 people, life doesn't get much simpler in this little town.

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The name says it all. It has an extensive railroad history and a scenery like no other.

What other small, slow paced towns in Montana do you like?