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California Sabbatical

Today marks the start of my 3 month sabbatical in California. The decision to leave my home in New York City was made rapidly, but the lead up was months in the making. No one has directly asked me, “Why?” … Continue reading

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Life Lessons (Again)

There are two things I am really good at, planning and doing way too much until I finally run myself into the ground. I got walloped by lessons reminding me that neither of these things work in my favor. As … Continue reading

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Monday Morning Commute (Or Things I Will Not Miss While Away)

One of the only good things about the G train is that it has one of the lowest annoying tourist populations in comparison to other subway lines (at least in June). One of the bad things about the G train … Continue reading

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Big Changes on the Horizon

A little over a month ago I took a week long trip to the central coast of California to visit my parents and good friends. Something very unexpected happened upon my return to Brooklyn…I found myself miserable and burnt out. … Continue reading

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Just An Average Day

I walked downstairs to the basement of Pier 1 to use the bathroom after seeing a client a block away. The store had barely been open a half hour and no staff or fellow customers were around. As I paused … Continue reading

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Will Little Rants Remain in the Big City?

On August 11, 2011 I wrote my very first post for this blog. At that point in time I couldn’t imagine ever wanting to leave the “Big City,” otherwise known as New York City. I was living in a studio … Continue reading

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Seasonal Changes

For the last six months I have found myself taking a walk through Central Park once or twice a week. It is not the section I came to call “mine” when I lived on the Upper East Side. It is … Continue reading

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