A Chelsea Market Adventure

October 10, 2017 0
Chelsea is one of the hippest areas of New York. The well-known neighborhood is filled with art history, it was, after all, the original theatre district of New York City. It was also officially…

A Taste of Arthur Avenue

September 18, 2017 0
New York City is many things. It’s a high-class culture capital; it’s the ghost of folk song past; it’s the hipster haven; a medieval moderation; it’s a city built by immigrants. New York City…

New York Normal: Surviving Your First New York City Winter

March 30, 2015 0
A New York City winter is like a cold that lasts 6 months. In November and December, you feel the illness seeping into your bones. It’s unpleasant, but not unbearable; however, you know it’s…

27 Things Only Life Can Teach You

February 11, 2015 1
I spent the past few weeks considering how I wanted to address this year’s birthday post. I take pride in reflecting on where I’ve been, where I am, and where I want to be.…

Swimming in a Sea of “No”: New York City Job Hunting

June 22, 2014 1
New York is like an Ocean . . . it’s big and it’s filled with creatures of different shapes, colors, and sizes. Like a large wave, New York is forceful and can knock you…

My Ramen Holiday: A Blogging Adventure

April 18, 2014 4
I cry . . . a lot; not externally, but internally. I go through the steps of a normal cry, minus the tears. My rare occasions of actual tears are formed by one of…