To be honest, I had a totally different post planned today–one about finding and living in your first apartment–that I don’t have time to make as good as I’d like because I’m currently packing to move to my second apartment tomorrow (yikes, I’m not even close to ready!). While that post will now be coming soon (promise!), I figured I’d leave you with a (semi-related) video.
It’s been a little over a year since I’ve moved to New York City, and within that year, I’ve learned a lot. I mean, a LOT. Some of it humorous, some of it obvious, some of it introspective–there’s nothing like a big, bad city to teach a little Connecticut girl about herself. So, in honor of my first year as a kind-of-sort-of-call-me-maybe-New-Yorker, I’m talking through the 10 things I’ve learned since moving out of the ‘rents–and starting to pay rent.
I’d love to hear from you guys–if you’ve made a big move recently, what did you learn? And most importantly, does anyone else get sidewalk road rage, or am I alone in this? Anybody?