(Even if it’s for a short amount of time.) And I’m going to emphasize I when I say live I do not mean visit. Visiting is not the same because you are on vacation, you are exempt from every day responsibilities and going out to eat every night is not how most people live on a budget.… Continue reading Why Everyone Should Live In New York City
I can officially announce this! I waited until everything was more or less confirmed (roommates, movers, car, et al) before putting it out there. But it’s official! At the end of June (after A Midsummer Night’s Swing), I will be leaving the Big Apple for Pigtown. When I moved to New York City, I did… Continue reading I’m Moving to Baltimore!
The title of this blog post was inspired by the NPR Moth performance of Jessi Klein under the same name. A (Not So) Short Preface It’s hard to come back to something that has been collecting dust. At first, you’re putting it off because it’s not pressing, it doesn’t have to happen right NOW, and… Continue reading Tired, From New York
Even before my mom passed away, I’ve always felt a little sad around the holidays. In the lulls between the music, the atmosphere, then general jolliness of friends and family coming together, there was always a twinge of what I now know to call nostalgia for another year about to end. Because for better or… Continue reading 2013 – A Year in Review (according to Facebook)
My goal for this blog was to post once a week on Thursdays. I missed this Thursday, and thought about skipping the week all together, but today is actually my 23rd birthday and I figured I should post something. I have a few ideas rolling around my head for future posts, but none of them… Continue reading 23 (+2)
Everyone always asks why I moved to New York City. And all my answers hold the same gist: “A change of pace”, “I’ve always wanted to live in a big city”, or “I had nothing better to do”. It’s true. Newly graduated, I did not have any jobs lined up (and not for lack of want or… Continue reading What Do I Want To Be When I Grow Up?
After spending three weeks job and apartment hunting (which has made the three weeks feel like three years), I have gone out to enjoy what New York City has to offer! I learned about Museum Hack through a friend of a friend (which is how New York really works) and when I saw on Facebook… Continue reading Hacking the Met
I have a job internship! Granted, it’s unpaid (so not exactly the independence of adulthood yet), but it’s pretty good for less than a week in a new city. Ironically, the company is based out of Boston, but that’s a minor detail as everything is done pretty much remotely. I’m really excited about this opportunity… Continue reading Green Door Labs Intern