My 5 Favorite Places in Brooklyn

Howdy, my friends. Long time, no post. I apologize. If you’re following me on Instagram (@amber.lily.robbins), you’ll know I started school last week. Let me tell you how FRICKEN EXCITING it was! I was so distracted being filled with renewed passion for saving the world of its various ailments by herbs and acupuncture that I … Continue reading My 5 Favorite Places in Brooklyn

Moving to New York, Broke.

This is going to be one of my final posts regarding the moving process to New York City. Unless specific questions are asked, I will be moving forward into my adventures in this wild city and taking you along with me. However, one of my readers asked me about how much money I had saved … Continue reading Moving to New York, Broke.

More Trash on the Internet, Literally.

New York is one of the dirtiest cities I've ever seen. Truly. There's trash everywhere. I can't walk down the street without seeing takeout bags, cigarette packs, napkins, or broken bottles. I could make a "Litter Scavenger Hunt" for the neighborhood children, but they would find everything so fast there would be no point. In … Continue reading More Trash on the Internet, Literally.

How to Find an Apartment in NYC

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

Keeping up with the New Yorkers

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

8.6 Million People, and i’m Lonely

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