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’
Hi! My name is Amber-Lily and I'm a Canadian girl who has been living in Jacksonville, FL the past 8 years. Recently, I moved to New York. It's probably more accurate to say that I crash landed into my fiancé's apartment in Bed-Stuy. Nonetheless, I emerged from a smoking pile of wreckage in my thrifted … Continue reading Making Rookie Mistakes So You Don’t Have To.