Tag Archives: How to live in NYC

In which I offically become a legal New Yorker

I don’t know if you all would rather see no blog posts at all more than boring blog posts about wedding planning, but that’s what I’ve been doing. And honestly, it reflects how my life has been the last few … Continue reading

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Wrapping up a few loose ends from the last few months…

Despite how busy I’ve been lately, I have finally completed a few of the tasks on my unemployment to-do list (but to be fair, some of these things were expensive and had to wait until I was employed). 1. That … Continue reading

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Always breathing in; never breathing out

I don’t want to become one of those people who builds up a lot of momentum with her blog, and then drops off the face of the Earth for an indefinite amount of time, but I think becoming one of … Continue reading

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Mom, Stop Talking to Strangers on the Subway

You know how when you’re a kid, you learn the basic safety “rules” of how to act in public? Look both ways before crossing the street. Don’t accept things handed out from strangers. Don’t talk to strangers. These rules still … Continue reading

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The One Where I’ve lived in NYC for a Year

This is a week of significant anniversaries for me. Yesterday was Tinker’s 10th birthday. Today is the 1 year anniversary of my official relationship with New York City. (And the anniversary of my college graduation….comes afterwaaaaaa[autotune]aaarrrds… Sorry.) Anyway. That’s right. … Continue reading

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The blues are still blue

Since I moved to New York, my absolute least favorite chore has been laundry. I didn’t mind it at all when I had a washer and dryer in my apartment. And the year I didn’t, it wasn’t that big of … Continue reading

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It’s your life. And you can decorate it as you like.

Something I’ve recently noticed about New Yorkers is that most of them seem to think that their own way of life is the best, and the only one. I’ve observed this in my friends, other people I’ve met, and even … Continue reading

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