If you read my recent post: Current State of Mind + Etsy, then you will know that I was still very much against leaving the confines of my apartment. I took a walk, a long, long walk this past Friday to see an area I hadn’t seen before in my neighborhood. Honestly, my neighborhood is a culprit in the mass amount of people not wearing … Continue reading I am Slowly Changing My Tune
My current state of mind: I am stressed about not having a job. My industry is still completely shut down and we are not expected to even be back until January but that might not happen. I would like to mention that I worked hard to get to where I am and that the job market is tough because places either aren’t hiring or they … Continue reading Current State of Mind + Etsy
My original post on where I was and what I was doing from almost two months ago here. Would you believe that it has been 3 months? If anyone needs a shock, I realized that I have officially been out of work and quarantining for as long as summer break in school would have been and that is a scary thought. I would say that … Continue reading 3 Months In | Have My Opinions Changed?
Is Coursera worth your time? I go in-depth on three of the classes that I am currently taking. Continue reading Is Coursera Worth My Time?
I’ll be completely honest and let you know that I am doing pretty well in quarantine. I would say I am 95% doing swell and 5% panicking. The panic happens right before bed. I am panicking about things a month from now and I think that because I am having to pay rent again without having a job is a bit stressful. But, aside from … Continue reading It’s Okay to Be Okay or Not Okay in Quarantine
How much does it actually cost to move to NYC? What budget friendly options are out there? Continue reading How Much Does An Initial Move to NYC cost? Being Budget Friendly (with prices)
I am writing this as a way of catharsis but also because I am feeling quite emotional today, I think it is because it is the 5 year anniversary of my grandfather’s passing. I would like to share my experience with losing people who were there from the start and how it has changed me in life. I hope that this helps someone out there … Continue reading How I Cope with Death
I hope that this information will help anyone who is traveling to NYC for the first time! It is such an exciting yet overwhelming experience the first go around so hopefully this will answer some questions and worries. Let me know if you have any questions in the comments below! Buy a weekly metro card. If you are staying for more than three days or … Continue reading Tips for a First Time Visit to NYC
I think that it would be interesting to tell you tales of NYC and how I love this city but there can also be awkward situations. This is a true event and I do anymore stories, they will also be real, so look out! 11:45PM Me: *waving cabbie down* *cabbie stops* *I open the door and get in* Hello. Cabbie: Hello. Me: Could you take … Continue reading Storytime: The Cabbie and the Girl
Wow, another year gone and 2018 has been such a life-changing one for me. I wanted to share 10 things that have happened and what I learned from those moments in time. These moments aren’t in any particular order. Don’t push a friendship. This is something that I have to remind myself of when I am meeting new people. I learned over the summer that … Continue reading Thank you, 2018 | 10 Things I Learned in 2018
I hope that everyone had a great Thanksgiving holiday! I will say that mine had me missing my family but I had an event filled break. I thought it would be fun to break it down a little. Also, let me know how your Thanksgiving was down below! Wednesday 11/21: Prep Before the StormI knew that I would need all the energy that I could … Continue reading My New York Life #3: Thanksgiving Adventures
In 3 months after moving to NYC to work here. I realize that there are so many things that have changed about me. I wanted to just let you guys know what’s up. I go out all the time. On the weekends you can find me at the local farmer’s markets, museums, or just walking in the city. I love exploring and NYC really does wonders … Continue reading My New York Life #2: Change