Not quite sure why it's taken me so long to write about this subject, since I get this question often. To be honest, this topic is so full of information I was dreading this post! But, I'm here to help others make a massive move or give them endless entertainment at my expense. So! How … Continue reading How to Find an Apartment in NYC
Have you ever heard the expression "keeping up with the Jones'"? First of all, who are they? Is this some TV or movie reference I'm too young to know or did this just happen out of the evolution of our language? I might never know, unless someone comments and tells me. I had gotten stuck. … Continue reading Keeping up with the New Yorkers
We did it. Well, I did it. But for some reason having you guys to write to makes me feel like I have a team of supporters who are with me every step of the way. But I moved into my apartment! I have a little basement room in a building in Ridge-Wick. That's not … Continue reading Why Don’t Pillows Come with the House?
The population of New York city, according to the US Census in 2017, is 8.623 million. Almost 3 million of that resides in Brooklyn, where i'm at. In a city bursting at the seams with people, crowding into matchbox apartments stacked on top of one another, you realize personal space isn't an option. But why … Continue reading 8.6 Million People, and i’m Lonely
Sounds like the beginning to a bad joke your uncle is about to tell at a family dinner after one too many drinks, but it was actually my Sunday night. New York is all about side hustles, and multiple streams of income. When you live in a city this expensive, you have to get creative. … Continue reading A Doctor, a Lawyer, and a Model Walk into a Wendy’s…
Last time I posted, it was all about me looking for a job and I was about to head off to my first day at work. So here's the deal, I got fired. Wednesday I had the interview, Wednesday evening I was hired, Thursday morning I started, and Thursday night I was fired. Over text, … Continue reading My First “retraction”??
Finding a job in New York city was stressful to say the least, and tear jerking to say the most. I thought it would be impossible for a single person in this massive jungle of concrete and garbage, to find a job. My fiancé's roommates would tell me that "it's not hard! there are jobs … Continue reading Workin’ 9 to 5, What a Way to Make a livin’